Date: 28th November 2007 at 11:57am
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Bristol City battled on for the whole of the second half with only ten-men to come away from the KC Stadium with a point after a 0-0 draw with Hull.

Jamie McAllister picked up two first half bookings in the space of ten minutes, the second for a crazy tackle on Sam Ricketts at the end of the half. This left Bristol City facing 45 minutes of pressure from the home side, but they managed to hold on to come away with a point, much to the delight of Gary Johnson.

This point could have been more for Bristol City, but a late penalty appeal from Enoch Showunmi was waved away.

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