Adam Armstrong produced another brace today for the second game running, and now has four goals in just two games for Coventry City, as they easily beat Millwall 4-0 at The Den this afternoon.
Adam Armstrong scoring his seocnd after 24 minutes
Both Armstrong’s goals came in the first half, which started off with a penalty for Milwall after 4 just minutes, but Gregory had his spot-kick saved by Burge and that wasn’t the start the home side wanted.
Armstrong scored just two minutes after the missed penalty, as he brilliantly lobbed over David Forde from some distance out to put Coventry ahead.
Lameiras scored Coventry’s second and then the Geordie lad added another goal after 24 minutes, as he broke away beating the offside trap, and with only the goalkeeper to beat he produced a nice cool finish to make it 3-0.
Armstrong being congratulated after scoring first goal
Millwall tried to come back in the second half, but it was Coventry who got their fourth goal from Jim O’Brien to make it a good 4-0 away win for Coventry.
Adam Armstrong has made a great start to his six month loan spell at Coventry and has four goals in just two appearances.
Adam was taken off after 83 minutes today, but the damage was already done by then.
That’s something Steve McClaren can be pleased about today after Newcastle were well beaten 2-0 at Swansea, after Daryl Janmaat had got himself sent off in the first half after picking up two yellow cards.