Georgie Kelly celebrates scoring fo Rotherham on Wednesday.
Georgie Kelly netted his first Championship goal on Wednesday night - prompting Rotherham United manager Paul Warne to make a Roy of the Rovers comparison.
The 25-year-old Tooban man joined the Millers in January from Bohemians.
He had already sealed a place in the annals at the New York Stadium, scoring a debut goal against Gillingham to seal promotion from League One in April.
Kelly netted the third goal in Wednesday’s 3-0 home win over Blackpool.
Republic of Ireland international Chiedozie Ogbene was also on target with Wes Harding scoring the second.
“Georgie came on and had an impact,” Warne said.
“For a striker to come on and make an impact is pretty roy of the rovers stuff.
“It was a really good overall performance and it was nice to spread the goals out. The lads can go home really happy with that.”
Kelly scored five goals in pre-season and Rotherham have adapted well following their promotion as they sit ninth in the Championship table.
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