Blackpool 2 Blackburn Rovers 4


Marcus Antonsson scored his fourth goal in as many League One games as Blackburn beat Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

Tony Mowbray’s side scored two goals in either half to move up to fourth in the table and claimed their fourth successive league win in the process.

Rovers were gifted a 25th-minute lead when Kelvin Mellor did not get enough on a pass back to his keeper, Antonsson pouncing to stroke the ball in from eight yards.

Bradley Dack
Bradley Dack

Mellor atoned four minutes later by climbing highest to meet Jay Spearing’s superb free-kick to power a header into the bottom corner.

Blackburn were once again gifted the lead on the stroke of half-time when Sean Longstaff’s clearance was charged down by Bradley Dack, who slotted home.

They extended their advantage thanks to Charlie Mulgrew’s seventh goal of the season, with the defender striking a powerful free-kick.

Paul Downing bundled in his first Rovers goal after 67 minutes, before substitute Danny Philliskirk found the bottom corner for a 75th-minute consolation goal.

Natural and cheap facemask

The mask we are writing about today is completely natural, and its ingredients are all beneficial for the skin. It removes all impurities and leaves it healthy and smooth.

Its main ingredients are baking soda and apple cider vinegar, both of which are probably already in your kitchen. However, its effects will amaze you!

This is how to prepare it:


sodium bicarbonate
Apple cider vinegar
1/2 lemon
Method of preparation:

Add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in half a glass of water. In another container, add some baking soda and then slowly add the mixture of water and vinegar. Add the juice of half a lemon, and stir well until you get a homogenous mixture.



Wash the face well to open the pores and eliminate all the remnants of makeup. Then, use a soft cloth to dry it. Apply the mask evenly on the face, and leave it to act for 5-10 minutes. Then, wash it out with warm water, and again with cold water to close the pores.