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Gallery: City victorious at the Riverside

View a selection of images from Tuesday's 3-1 win on Teesside.

Famara Diédhiou scored twice before setting up Nahki Wells as City raced into a 3-0 half-time lead in front of new Manager Nigel Pearson.

Dael Fry scored in the second half as Boro battled for a way back into the game but this night belong to the Robins.

The win secured their first win in eight games, ending a run of seven consecutive defeats in all competitions.

Click here to read the match report.

Nigel Pearson watched his City side from the stands
Perfect touch: Diédhiou would enjoy a near-perfect night in Middlesbrough
He headed City into a 21st-minute lead, grabbing his 50th club goal in the process.
Ádám Nagy displayed a good passing game, playing a key role in City's first and second goals as he impressed in front of Pearson
Back in the starting XI: Tyreeq Bakinson starred in midfield
Wells runs away to celebrate his goal to put City 3-0 up
City looked on track to earn a clean sheet on the road
But they were eventually beaten by Fry's close-range finish
But it was all smiles in the post-match interviews
Déjà vu...

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