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Posted Sunday, September 29th 2019

Photo report: Preston North End v Bristol City

Relive the action from the Robins' 3-3 away draw versus Preston North End.

Taylor Moore and Andreas Weimann put City 2-0 up before Preston fought back to 2-2 through two penalties; one either side of half-time.

Nathan Baker then slotted the ball under Declan Rudd to restore City's lead but again the home side drew level with Patrick Bauer's back-post header.

The six-goal encounter means another point on the board and stretches City's unbeaten run to eight games.

The teams are out under the grey skies at Deepdale
Moore's delight after scoring his first goal for the club to put City 1-0 up
Weimann's header makes it 2-0
Preston's second penalty was captured by the cameras. Daniel Johnson cooly dispatched his spot-kick
Kasey Palmer volleys wide as City look to get back in front
Josh Brownhill's drive forces a parried save
Nathan Baker, who scored City's third goal, applauds the fans at full-time. 3-3 Final score.

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