(livestream tv!) Hull vs Bristol City Live 25 August 2023

Hull Vs Bristol City – Hull City opened the 2022/23 EFL Championship season with a 2-1 victory over Bristol City at MKM Stadium.

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Hull Vs Bristol City

Hull manager Shota Arvoladze made full debuts for Tobias Figueiredo, Ovan, Oscar Estupinan and Siri, while Benjamin Tithand and Vaughan Covell were on the bench.

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Carving out the first chance of the new season in the fifth minute when Sykes found some space along the sideline, James found a cross and saw his shot saved by Matt Ingram.

Estupinan almost enjoyed a dream start as he was nearly tipped off by Alajar Sidamanish, but the cross went to Bristol City goalkeeper Daniel Bentley.

He went forward. Naismith delivered a perfect free-kick to Zack Weimer, who found Faymann headed home the ball.

Hull continued to threaten, Bentley had a one-on-one save from Estupinan, Greaves’ full-back was cleared over the bar by Naismith and Tovan’s shot was cleared from the resulting corner.

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In the second half, the hosts continued their attack, with Alfie Jones and Seri combining before the latter created space for Tuvan to shoot. Al-Turk’s shot hit the left post and wide.

Penalty equalizer. Naismith fouled Tate when he was about to shoot and Tovan stepped up to beat Bentley.

Both sides were looking for a winner, Guy Dasilvago firing a crosshair while Figueiredo blocked Tommy Conway’s effort. Ingram then denied Wyman a runway finish.

And in the third minute of extra time, the ball fell into the hands of Siri on the edge of the penalty area, and his powerful shot hit Tim Klose and hit the far corner of the net.

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After a quick reply, Hull almost added a third with their last kick of the competition when Greg Docherty saw his shot hit the side-netting.

He was eager to get on the ball and combine with Estupinan. There were plenty of touches and the injury-time winner capped off an impressive debut for Hull.

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