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Djuric Goal To Be Reviewed By EFL

City’s late consolation goal at Leeds United last night will be reviewed by the EFL’s Dubious Goals Committee.

The goal, scored six minutes into added time in City’s 2-1 defeat at Elland Road, was initially credited to Milan Djuric after the striker met David Cotterill’s left-wing corner with a powerful near-post header.

However, Matty Taylor may have claimed the final touch before the ball found the bottom corner.

The EFL will confirm the identity of the scorer in due course.

 

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