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Middlesbrough: Fans hail Darren Randolph after playing 100 consecutive league games

Middlesbrough: Fans hail Darren Randolph after playing 100 consecutive league games

Middlesbrough goalkeeper Darren Randolph reached a milestone for the club with his appearance in last weekend’s 2-2 draw at Bristol City.

The game at Ashton Gate was the 100th consecutive Middlesbrough league match in which the 32-year-old has played, a feat that was marked by the club’s official Twitter channel @Boro with a compilation of saves he has made during his time at the Riverside Stadium.

The Republic of Ireland international was brought to Middlesbrough from West Ham by Garry Monk in July 2017 and made his league debut for the club in a 0-1 defeat at Wolves on the opening day of the 2017/18 season.

He has played every minute of Championship action for ‘Boro since then, helping them to reach the play-offs in his first season on Teesside. [via TransferMarkt.co.uk]

Randolph’s performances in 2018/19 earned him a place in the Championship Team of the Season and he has conceded just 95 goals in his century of league appearances for the club.

These Middlesbrough fans on Twitter showed their appreciation for the goalkeeper upon reaching the landmark:

How good do you think Randolph has been during his time at Middlesbrough? Share your views in the comments section below!

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