On this day: Bristol City 3-0 Swindon Town
Posted: Tuesday, April 7th 2020
Wednesday, August 21st 2019
Two first-half goals were enough to seal City their first win at Pride Park for eight years.
Former Derby man Andreas Weimann kept a cool head to finish from close range and Josh Brownhill pounced just before the break to give Lee Johnson’s men the half-time advantage.
The Rams pushed for a way back into the game but City dealt with everything thrown at them until Jack Marriott came off the bench to pick out the top corner late on.
It led to a tense finale but Daniel Bentley was in fine form to keep out a shot destined for the bottom-corner, in one of the last kicks of the game.
City return to league action on Saturday when they travel to take on Hull City at the KCOM Stadium (August 24th, 3pm KO).
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