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McDonald steers Gills to win: Match Review

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In-form striker Cody McDonald scored two first-half goals to set Gillingham on their way to a 3-1 victory over promotion-rivals Rotherham .

The on-loan Norwich hitman took his season tally 17 with a goal either side of Nicky Law's seventh-minute stunner.

And the Gills, who are now unbeaten in four, secured the points a minute from time when substitute Dennis Oli broke his duck for the campaign.

The home side took the lead in the fifth minute, McDonald bundling home his 16th of the season after being released by Adebayo Akinfenwa.

Rotherham hit back immediately when Law curled home a wonderful 20-yard free-kick for his third goal of the season.

The Gills continued to dominate and deservedly had the lead again in the 36th minute when McDonald fired home expertly with his left foot from a tight angle for his fifth goal in four.

The Millers grew into the game in the second-half and should have drawn level in the 85th minute but Ian Thomas-Moore somehow fired over with the goal gaping.

It would have been harsh on Gillingham and, with a minute remaining, Oli smashed in off the post as Rotherham slipped to their fourth away defeat on the trot and out of the automatic promotion places.

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Ian Thomas-Moore
Cody McDonald
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League Two
Dennis Oli
Nicky Law
Adebayo Akinfenwa

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