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Bristol City 1-3 Birmingham City: Hogan and Jutkiewicz on target in away win

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 7 Feb 2020

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Birmingham City recovered from falling behind inside the opening minute to continue their excellent record away at Bristol City, recording a 3-1 win on Friday.

The hosts were gifted the lead after 40 seconds when Jamie Paterson seized upon a weak Marc Roberts backpass to round goalkeeper Lee Camp and slot in from a tight angle.

Yet Birmingham responded to the early setback impressively, scoring twice before half-time to assume control.

Scott Hogan converted from close range – his second goal since arriving on loan – before Andreas Weimann scored in his own net, the former Aston Villa player inadvertently converting Jude Bellingham’s cross.

After Famara Diedhiou missed a glorious chance to draw the Robins level, volleying wide on the stretch, Lukas Jutkiewicz struck late to seal the three points for Pep Clotet’s side.

The striker’s left-footed finish in additional time clinched Birmingham a seventh success in their past nine league trips to Ashton Gate, ending Bristol City’s four-game winning streak in the Championship.

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