For the third time this season Charlie Mulgrew scored directly from a corner kick.
Seven minutes into the second half of Blackburn’s visit to Birmingham the former Celtic placed the ball down to line up a corner.
With two scoring corners to his credit already the Birmingham defence should have known what was coming next but regardless the corner sailed into the net.
— Blackburn Rovers (@Rovers) February 23, 2019
Hi, my name is Charlie Mulgrew…
…and I only score from corners ??
— TalkBlackburn (@TalkBlackburn) February 23, 2019
Danny Graham put Blackburn in front with eight minutes left but Che Adams hit back with an equaliser- his 21st goal of the season.
The draw leaves Blackburn in 14th place, nine short of a play off spot despite the contribution of 10 goals from central defender Mulgrew.
During six seasons at Celtic Mulgrew scored 30 goals but never one directly from a corner kick.
When Brendan Rodgers arrived at Celtic in May 2016 the former Aberdeen defender was out of contract, after being given training facilities a new short term contract was offered before Mulgrew accepted an offer to join Blackurn where Owen Coyle was in charge cat the time.