Hull City vs Wigan
Sky Bet Ch’boat
3:00pm Saturday 14th September

KCOM Stadium
(Att: 10069)

Substitute Joe Gelhardt’s fine individual goal earned a draw at Hull to Wigan.
Paul Cook’s staff have won two of the last 29 games but their fans ought to be contented with this particular figure point in East Yorkshire.
A sighter has been for that which Wigan could reach at the KCOM Stadium if Chey Dunkley gave the visitors an early lead.
But once Jarrod Bowen equalised soon after, Hull were superior for long periods.
The amazing free-kick after 20 minutes of kamil Grosicki place the hosts but 17-year-old Gelhardt needed the word – three minutes after he substituted Gavin Massey.
Despite their horrible away type, the people began intentionally. When Dunkley scored after eight minutes, and their early labours were rewarded.
The cute free-kick from the best of charlie Mulgrew caused unease within the Hull defence – not least when the smart, glancing header of Kieffer Moore moved towards target.
George Long spared Moore’s effort with two hands, however, the Hull goalkeeper is going to be disappointed to have blasted the ball in the six-yard box.
Dunkley simply could not miss and reacted quickly into the error.
Yet with the Wigan fans making fun of a lead on their travels, Hull silenced the away supporters just two minutes later.
Goals have been scored by bowen, once a Wigan defender blocked his attack, but also the well-regarded winger had the presence of mind to maintain calm.
The ball ricocheted kindly towards Bowen, who blasted at home with his right foot.
Grosicki played a significant part in Hull’s equaliser, with a cross from the left that wasn’t dealt with by Wigan.
When he set the home team in 21, However, the Poland global soon made a contribution into the match.
When Nathan Byrne had little choice but to the onrushing winger at the corner of the penalty box, grosicki at first won a nicely-positioned free-kick about the left side.
David Marshall had all bases covered, however the former Hull goalkeeper, who had expected the ball going in another direction was amazed by Grosicki , with a beautiful strike to the top corner.
In comparison with the ancient phases, the rest of the half had been sedate, but Hull were the team that is threatening.
It stayed a story using Callum Elder going shortly after 58 minutes later he forced a smart stop in his near post from Marshall, in the next half.
The Scotland international was later faced with the nearly identical scenario where he conceded a second from Grosicki.
Marshall this time was clawed the ball away from the corner and awake to the threat, with Tom Eaves’ blocked by Mulgrew.
When it felt as though Hull would cut Gelhardt intervened after 75 minutes – with a terrific equaliser – and that his first goal for the club.
Gelhardt needed to do within the penalty box once Jamal Lowe handed to him in a position that is fairly benign.
But the Wigan turned Kevin Stewart inside out before he planted a central hit to get his side a point.
Grant McCann:”It (a return to winning ways) will come. We’re not worried at all. Since I believed we made enough chances to win the game, I’m frustrated with the result. We should be winning this match, to score two goals at home.
“The first goal we were annoyed about, but the second one was actually, really frustrating for us. We ought to have defended it much better. It seems somewhat like a defeat, to tell the truth, as I believed we had opportunities to kill the match.”
Paul Cook:”He has that unique talent to locate space in a phone box. He is such a natural, good footballer. To have a goal similar to that in front of his own fans was a particular moment.
“Lots of young footballers coming into the game aren’t very nice individuals. We are just blessed to have a boy along with his humility playing – that the game is simple for him. If he carries on like that he will be starting. He is a young boy who needs minding. It’s a very unique goal from a very special player.”

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