ALBERT Adomah was red hot as he came back in from the cold on a night marked by a classy brace, a public embrace and Boro in second place.
The recently “wantaway” winger bounced back from the naughty step with a bang as he claimed an assist and a goal in a rousing Riverside return and it was hugs all round as Albert and Aitor kissed and made up in a hard-fought 3-1 win over battling Brentford.
Albert and Aitor sitting in a tree… frozen out flanker back in the fold
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SUMMER: so many repeats.
It was another chance to see what felt like a rerun last year’s exciting episode as once again Boro eased to an emphatic three goal Capital One Cup win at Oldham with a box fresh Spanish-speaking striker taking the plaudits.
Boro had to dig deep at times against a plucky home side but the quality shone through and fans went away raving about their new frontman and bubbling with optimism. But for Kike read Stuani.
The only real difference this time was the weather. Thank God.
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