Date: 24th November 2018 at 5:26pm
Written by:
Hull City
0 – 2
Nottingham Forest

KCOM Stadium

Championship

24/11/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 3364

Referee: Donohue

Hull City Nottingham Forest
Grabban (61), Lolley (64)
Marshall Pantilimon
Burke Darikwa
Elphick Dawson
de Wijs Pereira Figueiredo
Lichaj Robinson
Bowen Colback
Batty 62 Yacob
Irvine
 
86 Cash 82
Grosicki Antunes Carvalho
Campbell
 
Lolley
Martin 45 Grabban 86

Substitutes

Mazuch Guedioura
Stewart 45 Osborn 82
Long Steele
Kane 62 Janko
Keane 86 Bastiao Dias
McKenzie Ansarifard 86
Sheaf Hefele

Game Statistics

7 Goal attempts 15
1 On Target 6
6 Corners 5
10 Fouls 6
2 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
39 % 61

With the November international break now thankfully behind us, Nottingham Forest made the trip to Hull City’s KCOM Stadium as we got back to Championship action.

With the November international break now thankfully behind us, Nottingham Forest made the trip to Hull City’s KCOM Stadium as we got back to Championship action.

Forest dominated the opening 45 minutes on the day but chances were hard to come by, but in the second half our dominance began to pay off as Lewis Grabban took advantage just after the hour mark to make it ten goals in eleven appearances for him on a personal level, and Joe Lolley’s importance to us was once again proved as he struck three minutes later to double our advantage and effectively put the game at an end.

2-0 was how it finished and a spot in those play-off places remains well within reach.

Hull only managed one effort on target across the entire 90 so the win was justified and pretty comfortable but had David Marshall not been in such top form and had we have been a little more clinical, the scoreline would definitely have been more emphatic.

 

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