Date: 29th February 2020 at 5:39pm
Written by:
Hull City
0 – 4
Leeds United

KCOM Stadium


29/02/2020 12:30 pm

Attendance: 16178

Referee: Stroud

Hull City Leeds United
Ayling (5), Hernandez (47), Roberts (81, 84)
Long Meslier
McKenzie Ayling
Pennington White
Elder Dallas
Stewart Phillips
Da Silva Lopes 63 Helder Costa
Wilks Hernandez 88
Samuelsen 76 Klich
Honeyman Harrison 88
63 Bamford


Tafazolli Douglas
Batty 63 Alioski 88
Maddison 76 Roberts 67
Ingram Caprile
Kingsley Berardi
Balogh 63 Shackleton 88
Irvine Stevens

Game Statistics

8 Goal attempts 17
2 On Target 8
5 Corners 11
13 Fouls 13
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
33 % 67

With news still ringing in the ears of Leeds United fans when it came to Friday evening’s not unexpected confirmation from the Football Association that goalkeeper Kiko Casilla had been banned for eight games following the charge of racism – there was still the small matter of today’s early Championship kick off against Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.

Hull Man of the Match?

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison

Tyler Roberts

Tyler Roberts

Pablo Hernandez

Pablo Hernandez

Mats Klich

Mats Klich

That 90 minutes was one thing manager Marcelo Bielsa didn’t have to worry about as with Luke Ayling setting us on our way five minutes into the tie, we cemented our control in the second half and saw Pablo Hernandez doubled our advantage shortly after the break. Inside of the final ten minutes of the match we made it comfortable as Tyler Roberts hit a brace, and with Illan Meslier keeping the clean sheet on his league debut – 4-0 was how it finished.

Four wins on the spin after our more recent wobble in results, a great confidence boost for Meslier – the day couldn’t have gone much better really. It was a great example of what can happen when our shots to shots on target ratio is much better though.

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