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24/10/2018 at 21:34


SUMMARY: Bristol City 1-0 Hull City

Hull City put in a spirited display at Ashton Gate against Bristol City, but suffered the same fate as Brentford visiting here four days earlier, as late, late drama undid the visiting team, meaning for the second match running, the Tigers endured more 93rd minute heartache. 

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93rd ****ing minute again!

To be fair, Adkins' side forced an early save from O'Leary, before Martin came mighty close with an overhead kick midway through the half. Grosicki looked lively and fizzed a cross-cum-shot across the goal, but nobody could turn the chance in. The game was relatively even and the match remained scoreless, as the teams trooped off for a half time cuppa.

The second half saw the visitors struggle to offer the same threat, but remained reasonably comfortable in defence. Grosicki fired a free kick from distance just wide of the post, but neither side was placing the other in serious jeopardy. Campbell headed a late chance wide of the post - and it cost the visitors dearly, as for the second time in four days, a 93rd minute goal was conceded when Diedhiou netted for the hosts. Tough on the Tigers, but when you're at the bottom, this is the when 'Typical City' are at their best/worst. 

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