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Highlights: Birmingham City 0-3 Bristol City

Watch the key moments from St Andrews Trillion Trophy Stadium as City claimed three points with a third successive three-goal haul on the road.

Kasey Palmer gave City a deserved half-time lead when he unleashed his own counter attack and found the bottom corner with a fine solo goal, followed by a celebration to mark the birth of his second son just days earlier.

That came after Birmingham twice hit the post through Scott Hogan, with the woodwork coming to City’s rescue after Jérémie Bela found space down the right on both occasions.

But City’s pressing then told when Antoine Semenyo closed down Neil Etheridge and the ball bounced back off City’s number 18 and into the open net.

Callum O’Dowda then added further daylight moments after coming off the bench, meeting Semenyo’s pass before rolling the ball past Etheridge for his first goal of the season.

WATCH: HIGHLIGHTS OF CITY'S 3-0 WIN

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City are back in action at Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday, March 17th (7.45pm KO) live on Robins TV.

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