HENNING Berg’s Ewood Park misery continued tonight as Blackburn Rovers produced a woeful performance to lose 4-1 to league leaders Cardiff City.

Berg has yet to win at Ewood since taking over as Rovers boss and his side have now suffered three consecutive defeats on their home patch to seriously damage their ailing promotion hopes.

Craig Bellamy was among the scorers for Cardiff on his return to his old club, as Rovers slipped a place to 10th in the table ahead of tomorrow's Championship fixtures.

Tonight's match was watched by a crowd of just 12,460 – the lowest of the season.

Mark Hudson headed Cardiff in front before half time but Josh King scored his first goal for Rovers to level just after the interval.

Bellamy made it 2-1, though, before Joe Mason and Kim Bo-Kyung added further goals for the visitors late on.