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Hull City 2 - Bristol City 0 - Stats

Hull City
2 - 0
Bristol City

Championship

Kingston Communications Stadium

15:00 GMT, December 18, 2010

Attendance: 20,299

Referee: C Webster (Tyne & Wear)

Hull CityBristol City
Jay Simpson (13'), (62')
Vito Mannone     David James    
Andy Dawson     Jamie McAllister    
Liam Rosenior     Damion Stewart    
Anthony Gerrard     Christian Ribeiro     (70)
Kamil Zayatte     Steven Caulker    
James Harper     Marvin Elliott    
Ian Ashbee     Cole Skuse    
Robert Koren     Danny Rose    
Jamie Devitt     Albert Adomah    
Cameron Stewart     David Clarkson     (63)
Jay Simpson     Brett Pitman    
Substitutes
Matt Duke     Dean Gerken    
Paul McShane     Lewin Nyatanga    
Kevin Kilbane     Lee Johnson     (70)
Nolberto Solano     J Campbell-Ryce    
Peter Halmosi     Kalifa Cisse    
John Bostock     Jonathan Stead     (63)
Tom Cairney     Danny Haynes    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
13
6
On Target
7
6
Corners
11
3
Offside
1
11
Fouls
18
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49

Writer:Andy999
Date:Sunday December 19 2010
Time: 1:06PM

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