Young fan's lowdown on Pool's performance

By Tyler Latham, 12Junior Gazette reporter

Wednesday, 26th April 2017, 1:15 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th May 2017, 6:39 pm
Blackpool's Nathan Delfouneso gets away from Cheltenham Town's Jordan Cranston
Blackpool's Nathan Delfouneso gets away from Cheltenham Town's Jordan Cranston

Blackpool faced Cheltenham, who were in the bottom six, in their last game.

Blackpool had recently beat top of the table Doncaster, this left Blackpool seventh in the play-off spots.

The 3pm game kicked off.

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Mark Cullen for Blackpool whipped in a ball into Neil Danns, parried away into the path off Nathan Delfouneso but his shot was blasted across the goal line.

Neil Danns, for the Pool, pulls off an effort from distance but it smashed against the post.

Colin Daniel for Blackpool did well to put the ball into the box.

Neil Danns got a touch on the ball and Mark Cullen tapped it in 1-0 in the 28th minute.

Blackpool were yet again attacking in the box but struggling to stick any goals into the net but Clark Robertson shot on the volley and it went in 2-0 in the 34th minute.

Nathan Delfouneso, for the Seasiders, did a bit of good individual play.

He played it to Mark Cullen and he played a nice through ball to Colin Daniel.

He did well to beat his man but his shot went way over.

Blackpool’s Mark Cullen played a pass to Colin Daniel and he squared it across to Neil Danns and he tapped it into an open net 3-0 in the 62th minute.

The full time score was Blackpool 3-0 Cheltenham.

In my opinion Neil Danns was my man of the match. Blackpool are now sixth in the table.

I think Blackpool were by far the better team in this game, and one of the best performances this season I’ve seen.