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Posté le: Mer 11 Avr - 10:40 (2018) Sujet du message: Bristol City 3-1 Birmingham: Robins maintain play-off hopes
maxbetLukas Jutkiewicz put Birmingham back in the game seven minutes later, making room on the right side of the box to beat Frank Fielding at his near post with a low left-footed shot.
But Bristol City substitute Matty Taylor settled the outcome with six minutes remaining, sliding to convert Reid's low cross from the right to give his team only their fourth win since Boxing Day.
A thrilling first half saw Birmingham create the first chance when Jutkiewicz glanced a header wide from Wes Harding's fifth-minute cross.
The visitors might have been ahead at the break had it not been for squandered opportunities. Jeremie Boga failed to beat Fielding one-on-one in the 17th minute, the Bristol City goalkeeper spreading himself to save.
Moments later Fielding could only palm out a low Jutkiewicz shot from an angle and Jacques Maghoma put the rebound wide from close range. maxbet
Milan Djuric volleyed wide for the home side before Reid doubled their lead. But Blues went close again when Jota shot wide having been set-up by Maghoma's low cross.
Jutkiewicz deserved his goal and had another effort saved as the half-time whistle brought some respite for players and supporters alike. The atmosphere had been electric from the start, with 1,475 travelling fans playing their part. maxbet