Sheffield United met with difficulties in their commitment to the third round of the Cup of England and, after beating Bristol Rovers (2-3), they qualified for the round of 32.
The team and Chris Wilder took the lead after six minutes thanks to an own goal by local goalkeeper Joe Day, but a quarter of an hour later Alfie Kilgour tied the third-rate Bristol.
In four minutes of the second half, the tie played at the Memorial Stadium was resolved. Sheffield again took the lead thanks to Oliver Burke in the 59th minute, but three minutes later Max Ehmer responded with another draw.
It was in the 63rd minute when Jayden Bogle’s goal no longer had an answer and classified Sheffield, which is fighting for permanence in the Premier. EFE. (JL).