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KC Stadium

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

kickoff at 12:30

Premier League
Attendance: 14,451

Hull City

Sheffield United

Keane Lewis-Potter (74)
Billy Sharp (17), John Egan (50, 61)

Jacob Greaves (43), George Honeyman (48), Richard Smallwood (57)
Rhys Norrington-Davies (53), Adlène Guédioura (66)
Loss Draw Draw Loss Loss
Draw Win Draw Loss Loss

  Grant McCann
  Slavisa Jokanovic

 01  Matt Ingram (G)
 02  Lewie Coyle (D)
 03  Callum Elder (D)
 04  Jacob Greaves (D)
 24  Di'Shon Bernard (D)
 06  Richard Smallwood (M)
 18  George Moncur (M)
 20  Matt Smith (M)
 07  Mallik Wilks (F)
 11  Keane Lewis-Potter (F)
 27  Josh Magennis (F)

 13  Nathan Baxter (G)
 12  Joshua Abrego (D)
 17  Sean McLaughlin (D)
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 10  George Honeyman (M)
 14  Andrew Cannon (M)
 16  Ryan Longman (M)
 22  Tyler Smith (F)
 01  Robin Olsen (G)
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 02  George Baldock (D)
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 12  John Egan (D)
 22  Ben Davies (D)
 33  Rhys Norrington-Davies (D)
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 04  John Fleck (M)
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 23  Ben Osborn (M)
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 24  Conor Hourihane (M)
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 27  Morgan Gibbs-White (CAM)
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 07  Rhian Brewster (F)
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 10  Billy Sharp (F)

 18  Wesley Foderingham (G)
 20  Jayden Bogle (D)
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 06  Chris Basham (M)
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 16  Ollie Norwood (M)
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 25  Adlene Guedioura (M)
 29  Iliman Ndiaye (M)
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 09  Oliver McBurnie (F)

League Stats
This was League game number 4536 for Hull City, made up of:

one Premiership: 190. (4.19%)
two Championship/Division 2: 2544. (56.08%)
three League 1/Div 3: 874. Div 3N: 471. (29.65%)
four League 2/Division 4: 460. (10.14%)

Totals include 3 games that were later Expunged.

Total League record up to and including this game:

    This was League game number 4901 for Sheffield United, made up of:

one Premiership: 198. Division 1: 2237. (49.68%)
two Championship/Division 2: 1914. (39.05%)
three League 1/Div 3: 506. (10.32%)
four League 2/Division 4: 46. (0.94%)

Total League record up to and including this game:

P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
4536 1692 1192 1652 6356 6185 171 1.03 37.30%
P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
4901 1967 1213 1721 7442 6953 489 1.07 40.13%
2021 /22

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Matthew S Rowell
Louis Massingham Rowell
Went with Dad by train. Left home at about 6:45 and got the tube from Tooting Broadway to King''s Cross. We got on our 8:03 train which after not leaving for about 10-15 mins ended up being cancelled because of a fault on the train. We eventually got on the 8:30 train which pulled out on time and we managed to get to Doncaster before changing on a train full of Sheffield United fans to get to Hull. Got to Hull station at about 11:20 and walked for about 20 mins to get to the ground. The game itself was an entertaining one with Sheff Utd being by far the better team and deservedly taking the lead after about 20 mins into the game through a header by Billy Sharp. Sheffield then dominated the ball and had a few chances to extend their lead before being awarded a penalty a couple of mins before HT which was saved by Hull keeper Ingram at it was 0-1 at HT. Sheffield United came out in the second half again with the majority of the ball and Hull looked out of their depth at times when Egan doubled United''s lead about 5 mins into the second half through a free header from a corner. About 10 mins later Egan had added a third for United once again from a corner and the game looked like it had escaped Hull. A couple of subs for Hull seemed to make a difference and they got one back with about 15 mins remaining from Lewis-Potter with a tap in at the back post. They should''ve got a 2nd one back with about 10 mins remaining which was disallowed for an incorrect offside call. Sheffield United then manged to see out the rest of the game comfortably and won the game 1-3. We walked back to the railway station and got the 15:11 train back home to King''s Cross and got back home via the tube at about 19:00 ish.

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