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Posted Thursday, July 9th 2020

Numbers game: Hull City (H)

We break down the statistics from City's 2-1 home win with the Tigers.

Jamie Paterson's instrumental performance helped the Robins gets back to winning ways on Dean Holden's first game in charge as interim head coach.

Paterson set up Famara Diédhiou's first-half opener as the club's leading scorer extended his tally to 13 for the campaign, before City's number 20 struck a beautiful free kick to double the lead.

Hull fought back with a goal on the hour-mark but Holden's men held out to record their first win in 10 outings.

TEAM STATS

  • Shots: 9
  • Goals: 2
  • Total passes: 404
  • Key passes: 8
  • Pass success rate: 75%
  • Aerials won: 26
  • Tackles: 17
  • Interceptions: 10
  • Clearances: 17
  • Possession: 55%

Key performer: Jamie Paterson

  • Goals: 1
  • Assists: 1
  • Tackles 4 (100%)
  • Shots: 2
  • Touches: 67
  • Passes: 49
  • Pass success rate: 79%
  • Opta rating: 8.39

ON THE BALL

  • Most passes: Zak Vyner 52
  • Best pass accuracy: Filip Benković 84%
  • Most touches: Paterson 67

DEFENSIVE DUTIES

  • Most tackles: Vyner 5
  • Most interceptions: Benković 5
  • Most clearances: Jay Dasilva, Jack Hunt 3
  • Aerial duels won: Benković, Tomas Kalas 7

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