Bristol City’s Late Pen Sees The Reds Edge Hull City 5-0

Written by Bilal Munsif

Bristol City’s three-pronged attack tore Hull apart in a dominating 5-0 Championship victory at Ashton Gate. By the 35th minute, Andreas Weimann, Antoine Semenyo and Chris Martin had all found the back of the net.

Hull were in control at halftime, yet it remained an open game at the break. And Hull boss Liam Rosenior was given an early reminder of their potential.

Anis Mehmeti’s penalty

After waiting 469 days for their first penalty, Bristol City finally took one in stoppage time when substitute Nahki Wells stepped up and confidently hit home from the spot, giving City a well-earned win.

On his first start since joining Wycombe in the summer, Anis Mehmeti displayed signs of increasing confidence. He won possession in midfield and played through Mark Sykes, who was denied by Karl Darlow’s foot.

The youngster then showed his agility by nonchalantly nutting Cyrus Christie on the touchline before sprinting away. Despite his early confidence, he looked rusty against Trai Hume’s pace in the first-half but was nonetheless an important figure on a frustrating afternoon for Bristol City.

Antoine Semenyo’s goal

Bristol City have won by a single goal with just seconds remaining at Ashton Gate, thanks to Ghanaian forward Antoine Semenyo’s early conversion of Cam Pring’s cross. With the win, Bristol City have taken control of the game and taken it into extra time before Hull City couldn’t respond.

Andreas Weimann then set up He to score twice within 33 minutes to put the home side 2-0 up. The youngster played an integral role in the victory, once again displaying his goal-scoring prowess.

Last summer, he was called up to the Black Stars squad and scored his first goal for his country in a 3-0 victory against Madagascar. As part of Manchester City’s squad throughout 2021/22, he contributed eight goals and 12 assists in 32 appearances.

Ozan Tufan’s goal

Tufan has been an integral part of Hull City’s midfield this season. At 27 years old, the midfielder has featured in 30 Championship matches this year, making 19 starts and 11 substitute appearances.

He has scored four goals in this league, placing him joint-second on the club’s scoring chart.

Tufan’s goal against Bristol City will be remembered most. After being introduced as a substitute, Tufan converted a penalty into an own goal.

Tufan is one of Turkey’s most versatile players, capable of playing in a variety of positions. Whether as a box-to-box midfielder or attacking midfielder, he excels in his role. His skillset includes finding space for attack, breaking lines, winning back the ball, aiding with set pieces and creating attacking chances for his team.

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Nahki Wells’ goal

Nahki Wells kept his cool to convert Bristol City’s second penalty in three weeks, as Nigel Pearson’s side edged Hull at Ashton Gate. Tomas Kalas replaced Rob Atkinson who was sidelined for the remainder of the season due to an ACL injury, while Max O’Leary continued in goal.

Wells, who was introduced in the 70th minute, confidently converted his spot kick for a deserved win for the Robins. Cyrus Christie had been adjudged to have handled Anis Mehmeti’s cross and Wells duly finished off by hitting home one of six goals he has scored in eight games for the club this season.

Wells may not be as proficient in the air as Famara Diedhiou or Andreas Weimann, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t take advantage of opportunities. He averages 2.5 shots per game – the same as both strikers – but converts 28.9% of them into goals while they each do 15.6 and 14.5 percent, respectively.

Seri’s goal

Jean Michael Seri’s late penalty gives Bristol City a thrilling victory over Hull on their opening day match. The Ivory Coast international was given too much space in the third minute of extra time and his shot looped over goalkeeper Dan Bentley for an exciting win.

This long-range strike may not be the most exciting goal of the Championship this weekend, but it serves as a prime example of how a penalty kick can be converted into an impressive goal.

Hull had looked to be on their way to victory after Andreas Weimann opened the scoring on Saturday’s opening weekend of 2022/23 season. But it took them until the 73rd minute for Hull to take control and take the lead for good.

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Bilal Munsif

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