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Bruce Delighted With Win At Ashton Gate

Hull City manager Steve Bruce was delighted with his side's win over Bristol City at Ashton Gate on Saturday.

City went down to a lively looking Hull side who edged the game all the way through, but it was an own goal from Cole Skuse that eventually gave them the points.

Before the unlucky Skuse had his mishap, goals from Sone Aluko and Steve Davies had the sides level at the break.

And although Bruce was pleased with the way his side performed in the game, he did feel that they could have won the game by a bigger margin.

Bruce told reporters after the game: 'The better team won, no doubt about that, but if I have to be critical the chances we missed have been typical of us.

'Occasionally we come unstuck against the more physical teams, but today we did well against a big Bristol City unit. Some of our football was excellent and to come away from home and create the chances we did was very satisfying.'




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 28 2012

Time: 5:56AM

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I can never get over the state of this blokes nose, looks like he stopped a train with his face.
Billy The Fish
I can never get over the state of this blokes nose, looks like he stopped a train with his face.
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