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 Football League   Boro deny Millwall, Brentford crush Rotherham Macclesfield lose to Swindon’s injury-time penalties   Championship  West Brom suffered a disastrous start to life in the second tier by losing 2-1 to Bolton at the Hawthorns. Josh Magennis put the visitors ahead before Harvey Barnes equalised in style on the stroke of half-time for Darren Moore’s team. With both teams pushing for a winner, Bolton substitute Yanic Wildschut tapped in from close range.  Tony Pulis’s Middlesbrough saw their promotion hunt take an early jolt at Millwall, who were 2-0 up at half-time after goals from Aiden O’Brien and Lee Gregory. Martin Braithwaite’s 87th-minute goal set up a grandstand finish, in which Boro defender George Friend popped up in the seventh minute of added time to equalise.   Daryl Murphy strikes to earn Nottingham Forest point at Bristol City   Read more    There was similar late drama at Ipswich, where Tayo Edun scored an equaliser that denied Blackburn a successful return to the Championship. After Gwion Edwards opened the scoring, goals from Danny Graham and Bradley Dack had put the visitors ahead.  Meanwhile, Wigan, last season’s League One champions, hung on for a 3-2 defeat of Sheffield Wednesday after two goals from Michael Jacobs and one from Nick Powell. For Wednesday, Atdhe Nuhiu cancelled out Jacobs’s opener before Fernando Forestieri’s 67th-minute strike, but Nuhiu’s last-minute red card for a second bookable offence killed off hopes of an equaliser  Brentford crushed newly-promoted Rotherham 5-1 to assume leadership of the embryonic league table. Neal Maupay grabbed two goals with Sergi Canós and Ollie Watkins also on the mark before Lewis MacLeod completed the rout. Will Vaulk’s 90th-minute goal was little consolation for the visitors.  Crisis club Birmingham thought they had stolen a last-gasp winner against Norwich through Viv Solomon Otabor, only to concede an equaliser from Onel Hernández in the 94th minute. Hernández’s first goal, coming in the 83rd minute, had levelled matters after Jacques Maghoma’s opener.  Steve McClaren’s tenure as QPR manager began with a 1-0 defeat to Preston, with Alan Browne scoring the winner with a back-post header.  League One  Joey Barton’s management career got off to a disappointing start as Fleetwood lost 1-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon. Joe Pigott’s goal guided the South Londoners to victory.   Ryan Edwards, playing his first game since being given the all-clear following his diagnosis for testicular cancer, scored for Plymouth at Walsall but ended up on the losing side. Andy Cook scored on the rebound after Matt Macey’s penalty save on the stroke of half-time, before Luke Leahy grabbed a second-half winner.   Burton’s return to League 


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