Peterborough United old boys: Toney off the mark for Brentford, McCann riding high, Martin struggling at MK, goals for Gwion, Taylor and even Tom Nichols
Toney won and converted a first-half penalty as Brentford came from behind to draw 1-1 at Millwall in a London derby in the Championship.
Other Posh old boys in action yesterday....
Kieran Sadlier also scored from the penalty spot as Rotherham United took an 87th minute lead in a Championship fixture at Birmingham City, but the home side equalised, also with a penalty, in the 95th minute.
Lee Tomlin scored late on for Cardiff City against Reading, but it was too little too late against the surprise Championship leaders who ran out 2-1 winners.
Centre-back Ryan Tafazolli made his first Wycombe Wanderers start in a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Swansea. To the surprise of very few Wycombe have lost their first three Championship fixtures without scoring a goal and would be bottom, but for Sheffield Wednesday’s 12-point deduction.
Grant McCann has steered Hull City to three straight wins in League One. The Tigers won 2-0 at Northampton Town yesterday and are second behind Ipswich Town on goal difference.
Ipswich beat Rochdale 2-0 at Portman Road and Gwion Edwards was one of their goalscorers.
Doncaster Rovers have started the season well and thumped Bristol Rovers 4-1 at the Keepmoat Stadium. Jon Taylor scored the final goal after contributing two assists.
It’s been a tough start for Russell Martin, the manager of MK Dons. His side lost 2-0 at Crewe yesterday - a club record 15th away game without a win for winless MK.
Tom Nichols scored for the second League Two game in a row to help Crawley Town to a 3-2 win at Oldham.
Liam Shephard hit the post during Newport County’s 2-0 win at Bolton Wanderers. Ricardo Santos was in the Bolton side.