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As it happens: Bristol City v Peterborough United

As it happens: Bristol City v Peterborough United

Christian Ribeiro makes his full City debut as Gary Johnson makes five changes from the side that beat Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

Peterborough have by far the better of the opening exchanges.

17 mins 0-1 Goal by George Boyd right-footed into the right hand corner from centre of penalty area Bristol City 0-1 Peterborough.

34 mins A serious looking knee injury to Christian Ribeiro sees him stretchered off after a long delay.

Bristol City seem fired up by the incident and some neat passing leads unfortunately to nothing. Ivan Sproule and Michael McIndoe force saves from the England squad keeper for the Posh Joe Lewis

TEN minutes of injury time added on for the injury to Ribeiro. Apparently an injury to Lloyd Owusu held a game up for 23 minutes and that is the record unmatched at Ashton Gate tonight.

The players seem uninspired by the Carling Cup. Nicky Maynard typifies this by stumbling when put through by McIndoe for the last move of a 55 minute first half. Peterborough go in deserving of their lead.

NICKY CARLE has scored for Crystal Palace on the stroke of half time, more than he managed in his entire stay at Ashton Gate.

HALF TIME 0-1

A long crossfield ball by Jamie McAllister is met by a seemingly Offside Louis Carey but the flag stays down and he scores the equaliser.

54 mins 1-1

62 mins Gavin Williams replaces Ivan Sproule on the right wing.

Peterborough continue to press and Aaron McLean heads just over when well placed.

Nicky Maynard has the ball in the net but it is disallowed for offside. McIndoe, Carey and McAllister all pick up second half bookings.

A shot by Maynard is tipped for a corner by Joe Lewis but from the resulting corner Steve Brooker scores.

86 mins 2-1

Lee Trundle comes on for the closing stages in place of Nicky Maynard. Four minutes of injury time drag for the 5,000 City faithful but City progress in the Carling Cup.


FULL-TIME 2-1

The Teams

22 Chris Weale : Joe Lewis 1
24 Christian Ribeiro 35 : Russell Martin 2
6 Louis Carey : Craig Morgan 4
4 Liam Fontaine : Chris Westwood 5
3 Jamie McAllister : Tom Williams 21
17 Ivan Sproule : Sergio Torres 22
14 Cole Skuse : Charlie Lee 6
33 Lee Johnson : Dean Keates 11
11 Michael McIndoe : George Boyd 10
9 Steve Brooker : Aaron Mclean 9
10 Nicky Maynard : Craig Mackail-Smith 12

Subs

18 Brian Wilson 35 : Mark Tyler 34
2 Bradley Orr : Shaun Batt 24
8 David Noble : Micah Hyde 8
32 Stephen Henderson : Shane Blackett 3
20 Gavin Williams : Paul Coutts 15
23 Lee Trundle : Liam Hatch 14
5 Jamie McCombe : Scott Rendell 7

Other Carling Cup Matches

Bournemouth 1 Cardiff 2 FT
Kuffour 28 Parry 7 , 12
Attend: 3,399 Half-time: 1-2

Brighton 4 Barnet 0 FT
Virgo 2, 35, Forster 28, Richards 43
Attend: 2,571 Half-time: 4-0

Bristol City 2 Peterborough 1 FT
Carey 53, Brooker 85 Boyd 17
Attend: 5,684 Half-time: 0-1

Bury 0 Burnley 2 FT
Paterson 40 , 90
Attend: 4,276 Half-time: 0-1

Charlton 0 Yeovil 1 FT
Warne 28
Attend: 6,239 Half-time: 0-1

Chester 2 Leeds 5 FT
Lowe 15, pen 75 Beckford 3,25,35,Snodgrass 10,Robinson 31
Attend: 3,644 Half-time: 1-5

Crewe 2 Barnsley 0 FT
O'Connor pen 14, Elding pen 36
Attend: 2,492 Half-time: 2-0

Crystal Palace 2 Hereford 1 FT
Carle 45,Oster 49 Ashikodi 41
Attend: 3,094 Half-time: 1-1

Dag & Red 1 Reading 2 FT
Taiwo 68 Henry 26,Hunt 89
Attend: 2,360 Half-time: 0-1

Derby 3 Lincoln City 1 AET
Ellington 83,100,105 Wright 48
Attend: 10,091 Half-time: 0-0
(1-1 after 90 mins)

Exeter 1 Southampton 3 FT
Moxey 85 Holmes 29,McGoldrick 77, pen 90
Attend: 6,471 Half-time: 0-1

Gillingham 0 Colchester 1 FT
Heath 11
Attend: 2,566 Half-time: 0-1

Grimsby 2 Tranmere 0 FT
Hunt 20,Chorley og 54
Attend: 1,858 Half-time: 1-0

Hartlepool 3 Scunthorpe 0 FT
Porter 51,Foley 58,Brown 76
Attend: 2,076 Half-time: 0-0

Huddersfield 4 Bradford 0 FT
Worthington 48,Roberts 62,80,Williams 75
Attend: 8,932 Half-time: 0-0

Ipswich 4 Leyton Orient 1 FT
Haynes 20,44,Miller 22,Lee 48 Boyd 49
Attend: 1,477 Half-time: 3-0

Leicester 1 Stockport 0 FT
Howard 36
Attend: 7,386 Half-time: 1-0

Luton 2 Plymouth 0 FT
Jarvis 15,Plummer 77
Attend: 2,682 Half-time: 1-0

Macclesfield 2 Blackpool 0 FT
Brisley 25,Gritton 59
Attend: 1,631 Half-time: 1-0

Millwall 0 Northampton 1 FT
Crowe 16
Attend: 3,525 Half-time: 0-1

Milton Keynes Dons 1 Norwich 0 FT
Baldock 34
Attend: 6,261 Half-time: 1-0

Notts County 1 Doncaster 0 AET
Weston 106
Attend: 3,272 Half-time: 0-0
(0-0 after 90 mins)

Preston 2 Chesterfield 0 FT
Mellor 37 , 90
Attend: 5,150 Half-time: 1-0

Rochdale 0 Oldham 0
Attend: 5,786 Half-time: 0-0
(0-0 AET)
Oldham won 4-1 on penalties

Sheff Wed 2 Rotherham 2 AET
Esajas 14,117 Rhodes 15,Reid 119
Attend: 16,298 Half-time: 1-1
(1-1 after 90 mins)
Rotherham won 5-3 on penalties

Shrewsbury 0 Carlisle 1 FT
Murphy 41
Attend: 3,337 Half-time: 0-1

Southend 0 Cheltenham 1 AET
Gill 115
Attend: 2,998 Half-time: 0-0
(0-0 after 90 mins)

Swansea 2 Brentford 0 FT
MacDonald 31 , 69
Attend: 5,366 Half-time: 1-0

Swindon 2 QPR 3 FT
Cox 34,Paynter 41 Balanta 32,Blackstock 46,Delaney 54
Attend: 7,230 Half-time: 2-1

Walsall 1 Darlington 2 FT
Ricketts 11 Kennedy 31,Clarke 67
Attend: 2,702 Half-time: 1-1

Watford 1 Bristol Rovers 0 FT
Hoskins 88
Attend: 5,574 Half-time: 0-0

Wolverhampton 3 Accrington Stanley 2 AET
Iwelumo 73,102,Davies 106 Mullin 40,Craney 104
Attend: 9,424 Half-time: 0-1
(1-1 after 90 mins)




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Date:Tuesday August 12 2008
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