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Highlights: Bristol City 3-2 Derby County

Watch the key moments from Ashton Gate as City’s January recruits starred on a chilly night in BS3, helping the Robins to a 3-2 win over Derby County.

Late first-half headers from Nahki Wells and Filip Benković – their first goals for the club - gave City the advantage at the break.

It was a lead they extended through Famara Diédhiou’s close-range strike as City looked on course for a comfortable win under the BS3 lights, but the Rams soon battled back with two goals in the final half an hour.

Martyn Waghorn grabbed the first with a header, before Chris Martin finished off a Derby counter-attack, with a close-range finish of his own.

As Derby piled men forwards, City could have added to the scores in injury time but for the post which denied Diédhiou, before substitute Andreas Weimann struck wide.

However, City would grind out the result to secure their first domestic double over Derby since the 2010/11 season, following August’s 2-1 win at Pride Park.

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