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Highlights: Preston North End 3-3 Bristol City

Watch the key moments as City stretched their unbeaten run to eight league matches after an entertaining 3-3 draw at Deepdale.

It was looking a good first half for the visitors, with Taylor Moore slotting in his first Robins goal before Andreas Weimann headed them into a two-goal lead.

The heavy downpours in the North West continued and the home crowd boos soon turned the cheers when the hosts were awarded a penalty on the stroke of half-time; Preston skipper Paul Gallagher did his duty from 12 yards.

Alex Neil’s men then equalised through another penalty, this time Daniel Johnson converted shortly into the second half.

The goals wouldn’t stop there though and while City would have been devastated to blow their advantage, the Robins soon restored order courtesy of Nathan Baker’s close-range strike all before Patrick Bauer netted a backpost header to round off the six-goal encounter.

Lee Johnson's men return to action on Wednesday (October 2nd, 7.45pm) evening at Brentford, where they will be roared on by a sold out away end.