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‘We gave everything’ – Massengo

Han-Noah Massengo was proud of the team’s performance against Nottingham Forest as the Robins earned a point to end their home losing run.

It ended a goalless draw at Ashton Gate but City produced a more front-footed display in the second half particularly.

The result comes off the back of seven home losses and Massengo agreed it was important to earn a point at least to give the side a platform to build on.

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“We fought and that’s the most important thing,” Massengo told Robins TV. “We gave everything on the pitch and it’s what we needed to do.

“I think it’s an achievement. We worked together, we talked in the week to give everything on the pitch and that’s what we did.”

City were denied by the woodwork when Lansbury’s free-kick routine saw the ball smack off the outside of the post. It was the closest the Robins came to finding the breakthrough, though Antoine Semenyo saw his second-half penalty appeal dismissed after a trailing leg from Joe Worrall.

The Frenchman added the side are now keen to follow up their result with three points on the road to Sheffield Wednesday next weekend.

His said: “Now we have to win the next game. We drew today but we always want to win and that’s what we want to do in the next game.”

City’s next game against the Owls will be on Saturday, April 17th live on Robins TV.

The scheduled 3pm kick-off will be changed as a mark of respect to avoid a clash with the funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. A new kick-off time will be advised.

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