Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest in a Equal finish Results

Chris Martin tied for an injury time equalizer to save a point for Derby County against Nottingham Forest. Today we will discuss about Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest in a Equal finish Results

Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest in a Equal finish Results

Chris Martin tied in a tie at the time of an injury, ending a point for Nottingham Forest for Derby County in an otherwise low-key East Midlands derby.

Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest in a Equal finish Results

Results 

  • Shortly after Ram was relegated to a stand-up challenge to substitute Marten Waghorn, Martin entered the end of a free-kick as it turned back into the box and simply forced it over the line from close range had gone.
  • Joe Lawley’s initial long-range strike was enough to settle the match and move the Reds to third and four points of the top two in the championship.
  • The Rama defense gained widespread support as Lollie’s right and the winger made the most of relative freedom in a quiet calm Pride Park, rushing forward and searching the far corner with a measured shot that led to Ben Hemmer Cheated.
  • With Wayne Rooney crowded out in midfield and unable to uncover any impact, Derby barely threatened to return on terms, let alone clinched a sixth win.
  • Forest could have added to their tally, with substitute Tiago Silva hitting the post from 20 yards and Lewis Grabbon shooting wide.
  • But Martin intervened, meaning the Rams level in points with Cardiff in the sixth and final play-offs.

Ending 

Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest in a Equal finish Results

  1. The Reds finished fourth, fourth overall, due to the Derby’s seventh seed being in a stronger and stronger position, despite being consistently in play-off places since September.
  2. The point, welcoming it as the derby, still may not prove well enough. Philip Cocu has an incredibly difficult run-in in favor, with four of the top five still to play in their remaining five matches.
  3. The home games against third-placed Brentford and Leeds Leeds United are for the fifth time in seven seasons to reach the play-offs.
  4. Away from home they will play second-placed West Bromwich Albion and Cardiff City, who finish sixth, before traveling to Birmingham City on the final day of the campaign.

Derby County Table 

      PLD GD PTS
1 Leeds United 40 27 75
2 West Bromwich Albion 40 29 74
3 Brentford 40 37 69
4 Nottingham Forest 41 13 68
5 Fulham 40 10 67
6 Cardiff City 40 6 61
7 Derby County 41 3 61
8   Millwall 41 4 59
9   Swansea City 40 3 57
10   Preston North End 40 2 57
11   Blackburn Rovers 40 5 56
12 Bristol City 40 -6 55
13 Sheffield Wednesday 40 -5 52
14 Wigan Athletic 40 -5 50
15 Queens Park Rangers 40 -7 50
16 Reading 40 0 49
17 Birmingham City 40 -12 49
18 Charlton Athletic 41 -9 46
19 Hull City 40 -14 45
20 Huddersfield Town 40 -14 45
21 Middlesbrough 40 -12 44
22 Stoke City 40 -11 43
23 Barnsley 40 -17 41
24 Luton Town 40 -27 40

 

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