Date: 28th November 2009 at 7:14pm
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Manchester City lost another two points in the race for the much coveted fourth spot as they recorded yet another draw against Hull City.

This latest setback sees Mark Hughes’ side slipping to three points behind Tottenham who currently sit in the last remaining Champions League spot, although City still have a game in hand.

Shaun Wright-Phillips fired the Blues into the lead after 45 minutes but a dubious penalty decision saw Jimmy Bullard equalize for the Tigers in the last 10 minutes.

Replays of the handball decision which led to the spot-kick show that the ball did not hit Lescott’s arm as was adjudged.

More to follow…

Full-Time: Manchester City 1 Hull City 1

 

7 Replies to “City Cede More Points In Seventh Successive Draw”

  • Wow….. so in between Ade, Tevez, Santa Cruz, Bellamy and Robinho, you still can’t come up with TWO goals to beat Hull at home??

  • I think that you will find that it was the even more useless Toure for a foul and not Lescott for a handball. I do have the same old sense of deja vu again though.

  • For me the team selection was spot on but i’m getting mord and more frustrated with MH’s tactics and the use of subs.

  • He was the ‘accused’ for the late penalty, wasn’t he? Frankly, i didnt watch the game..had better things to do. The match report said he gave away the p.k.. For the record, i’m not an everton fan.

  • May i suggest that you actually get your facts straight before you come on here spouting *****, it would be much appreciated. Cheers.

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