Manning and O’Shea are among the goals

Republic of Ireland international Ryan Manning was among the top scorers and Michael Obafemi returned to play Swansea Defeated halo 3-0 to claim only their third win of the Sky Bet Championship season.

Manning, the Galway native, who has had six caps to his name since playing the Irish bow in 2020, curled in the net after the hour to open the scoring before Luke Condell doubled his lead three minutes later.

Joel Perroy finished things late as Swansea, who started the day in the relegation zone, grabbed the three points.

Obafemi, who was at the center of a back-and-forth exchange between Swans manager Russell Martin and Irish President Stephen Kennywas taken back to the bench after being left out of the last day’s squad, and was presented in the 88th minute for scorer Piroe’s goal.

Swans striker Kenny signed in His 24-man squad for the UEFA Nations League matches against Scotland and Armenia.

Armstrong Oko Flex of the Republic of Ireland came off the bench in the 90th minute for the winners.

Another Irish international among the goals was Dara O’Shea, who opened the scoring for him West Brom away from second place Norwich City.

Dara O’Shea celebrates his goal

Sam Byram scored the equalizer in the 68th minute after a Teemu Pukki effort hit him, but the Canary Islands lost ground at the top of the table Sheffield United, who maintained their momentum with a 2-0 win over Preston.

The hosts missed several chances to advance in the first half before Eliman Ndiaye broke the score, sending a goal past Freddy Woodman into the bottom corner 40 minutes away.

Lilywhites had more possession but only the Blades could find the finishing touch.

Sander Berg kicked out Andrew Hughes’ property and headed into the area to feed Ole McBurney, who doubled his team’s advantage in the 75th minute.

reading Keeping up with the leader with a 1-0 win over Wigan Which raised them to third place.

Both teams were goalless late in the competition before Tom Ince scored a stunning free kick to send the Royals into the international break with a win.

Burnley He won a close competition with Bristol City To beat the 2-1 winners at Turf Moor and move on to fourth place.

Manuel Benson opened the scoring with four minutes before Nucky Wells equalized after 27 minutes.

But Jay Rodriguez secured the three points and Burnley’s fourth league win this season.

Benik Afobe scored in the second half Millwall With a score of 2-1 Blackpool in the den.

The hosts took the lead early in the first half when Dutchman Zian Fleming’s header bounced past Blackpool goalkeeper Daniel Grimshaw and scored in his own net.

Arsenal loanee Charlie Patino scored his first league goal quietly past George Long to equalize before Afobe’s effort secured victory for the Lions.

The second half saw goals by Carlton Morris and Reese Burke Luton Finally, he scored his first home win of the season on the seventh attempt on batting burning black 2-0 at Kenilworth Road.

Jordan Rhodes’ kick in the eighth minute was enough to hit the ball Huddersfield won 1-0 Cardiff Queens Park Rangers played a goalless draw against Stoke City.

Coventrya trip to Birmingham The visitors also finished 0-0 but the visitors finished with 10 men after Gustavo Hammer was sent off for the second time this season with a minute left.

Sunderland Twice he came back from behind to draw 2-2 with him Watford.

Keenan Davis and Luke Onyan’s own goal twice gave the Hornets the advantage, but Aji Alessi and Joyson Bennett’s equalizer in the 87th minute gave the Black Cats a point.