Watch the trial moments as City secured a point away at Hull City in the final game of the Sky Bet Championship season.

The Robins headed to the KCOM Stadium needing a win and other results to go in their favour to make the play-offs but fell behind to a Jackson Irvine half-volley in the second half.

Lee Johnson’s side had battled well and only the crossbar got in the way of Famara Diédhiou heading City in front earlier.

A handball call saw substitute Niclas Eliasson’s equaliser rubbed off the scoreboard but Matty Taylor, himself on from the bench, put the pressure on Markus Henriksen who was judged to have got the vital touch in City’s equaliser after good work from Josh Brownhill.

It was enough to earn City a point and they will hold their heads high as they battled to 8th in the final standings – their highest league finish in 11 seasons.



  1. Never been to a ground where the home support was so quiet, we had a small corner of the ground & completely outsung the rest of the stadium !! Poor referee & linesman again. Push on next season boys, we're improving all the time, The Prem is waiting COYR ⚽️⚽️

  2. Didn’t touch Taylor went through his legs and the hull player seems to have Hand- balled it anyway and bad officaiting again because nothing wrong with Eliasson goal but the ref was controlled by opposition players again


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