Ben Brereton’s 76th-minute equaliser against Millwall earned his side a 1-1 draw in Blackburn Rovers’ first away game of the season.
The point has left the Lancashire club in sixth place, following their opening day 3-2 victory over Russell Martin’s Swansea City.
After scoring a penalty during that 3-2 triumph against The Swans, Brereton Diaz doubled his tally for the season at The Den.
12 minutes after Jed Wallace tapped home from close range, the Stoke-born forward glanced a header into the bottom corner from Joe Rothwell’s out-swinging free-kick.
The young striker, who has recently switched his name from Ben Brereton to Ben Brereton Diaz, represented Chile during Copa America – a call-up that surprised the footballing world.
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The 22-year-old’s mother was born in Chile, which was why he was eligible to play for the South American nation.
Brereton Diaz made his debut for Chile as a second half substitute during a 1-1 draw with the eventual winner Argentina. The following game, the young forward was handed his full debut against Bolivia – a game in which he scored the winner.
Brereton Diaz has also been attracting interest from the Premier League, with Leeds United reportedly after his services.
Here, we take a look at how some Blackburn fans reacted to Ben Brereton Diaz’s performance against Millwall…
Class lad! Keep it up! 🔵⚪🌹
— Jay Winstanley (@TheAdder180) August 14, 2021
Sign a new contract!
— martin williams (@parmanova) August 15, 2021
Keep doing what you're doing! ¿Porqué no? 🔵⚪⚽💙
— Kathryn Young (@KatjwJ) August 14, 2021
I’m loving your story. Highlight of the year for me. Keep having fun.
— RockNRun85 (@RockNRun85) August 14, 2021
Good goal Diaz great fight from the whole team #ArteEtLabore 🔵⚪💪
— James beattie (@Trevmorris4) August 14, 2021
We love you, boyo, keep smashing 'em in! 🔵⚪🇨🇱
— Amy Prescott (@MoCuishle_) August 14, 2021
— Mark Atherton (@markatherton09) August 14, 2021
I love how you tweet in both English and Spanish! Great start to the season Breo!
— Mark Haworth (@MHaworthBRFC) August 14, 2021