Cardiff City 0 - 4 Hull City

Match info: Premier League at Cardiff City Stadium

Date: 22/02/2014 KO: 15:00 Ref: Att: 26,167

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Hull City

Tom Huddlestone 18
Nikica Jelavic 38,57
Jake Livermore 67

FT (ht: 0-2)

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  • Howard Webb blows for full time and puts Cardiff out of their misery. A superb game for Steve Bruce's side, who were clinical on the counter-attack. Much to ponder for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose side were desperately poor throughout. Thanks for joining me.

  • Quinn tries to find Jelavic put the Croatian is just offside. Looks like the hat-trick may not happen for the former Rangers man.

  • Fourth official indicates a minimum of two minutes added on time.

  • Jones tees up Berget, but the ball doesn't drop for the Norwegian and the ball is blocked by the Hull defence.

  • Declan John jinks through the defence but his effort sails wide.

  • Boyd booked after a cynical challenge of Noone who was racing in on goal.

  • Noone finds Jones with a drilled-in cross, but his header flies up into the air and it's eventually cleared.

  • Jelavic reacts to Cala, who he thinks left a leg in a challenge. Webb cools the situation off immediately. Good refereeing.

  • A lot of empty seats at the Cardiff City Stadium. The game has quietened down much like the atmosphere in the ground. Hull are seeing this game off effectively.

  • Jelavic gets behind the Cardiff defence and the Croatian shoots from the corner of the box, but sees his effort hit the side netting. Too easy for Hull.

  • Corner is met by Caulker, whose goal-bound header is met by Davies who clears the ball to safety.

  • Fraizer Campbell comes off for Jo Inge Berget.

  • Another cross comes in from Cardiff and this time it's from John, but the ball is chested out for a corner conceded by Rosenior.

  • Noone crosses it in and the ball just evades Campbell, who was slightly nudged off the ball by Davies. Campbell's landing has resulted in a break in play.

  • Shane Long comes off for Stephen Quinn.

  • Andrew Taylor comes off for Declan John

  • CHANCE! Noone wriggles away from the Hull defence and fires in a low effort, which is superbly saved by McGregor. Great athleticism from the former Rangers man.

  • The ball falls to Jelavic on the edge of the box, who fluffs his effort wide. The game has calmed down significantly, but the Croatian will be seeking that hat-trick.

  • Chance for Cardiff, after a freekick balloons up to Cala who heads wide. McGregor was rooted to the spot.

  • Alex Bruce comes off for James Chester.


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