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Gallery: Preston beaten at Ashton Gate

View a selection of images from Saturday's 2-0 win as City overcame the Preston curse with a first victory over the Lilywhites in 10 years!

Famara Diédhiou scored his second goal in as many games to put City into an early lead. They controlled much of the match, bar a mini Preston revival after the break, but once City were back on top Zak Vyner capped off his midfield display with a second goal of the day for the Robins - his first for the club!

Click here to read the match report.

A first Championship start for Haks
Alfie Mawson was dominant on his first league start since returning from injury
Kasey Palmer was another back in the squad after being recalled from loan at Swansea
Fam scored the opener inside the eighth minute
And celebrates with a knee slide
A view from the Atyeo of Fam's header
Palmer showcased his tricks and ability to move City forward from tight situations in an eye-catching first half
Taylor Moore produced some vital tackles when he came off the bench
Dan Bentley makes a last-gasp block as City hold on to prevent extra-time
Zak Vyner battling in midfield
Dan Bentley urges his teammates to push up
Substitute Nahki Wells helped City battle to earn the three points
As did Han-Noah Massengo
A happy return for KP45
The skipper enjoyed that one too!

Highlights: Bristol City 2-0 Preston North End

 

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