Tiredness concern for Rovers boss
Ali Gerba and Luke Chadwick forged Roberto Di Matteo's side ahead, before Steven Elliott pulled one back, but Rovers ran out of steam in their search for a leveller. "We lacked tempo in the first half. We had a few knocks and a few tired legs out there," said Trollope. "We didn't move the ball well enough for a lot of the game. The goal at the end sparked us and I thought we could have equalised. "We said at half-time we fancied a goal from a set piece, but unfortunately we were 2-0 down by the time we got that goal."
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