Date: 3rd October 2008 at 5:03am
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An abject performance from Bristol City in the first half fllowed by a dominant display in the second sees Bristol City come frm two nil down to secure a point as this Jeckyll and Hyde season continues. Suprisingly missing from the starting line up were Luis Carey and Michael McIndoe; the latter was allegedly dropped for comments made in the press after the loss to Wolves. City were all over the place and were a goal down inside five minutes with Jamie Mackie firing powerfully through a seemingly stunned Adriano Basso. Rory Falln then executed a delightful overhead kick t give Plymouth a deserved half time lead. At half time the intrduction of new boy John Akinde alngside Dele ADebola doubled the power up front, but it was the intrduction of Lee Trundle on the left wing that transfrmed the game. His cross was converted well by Akinde for a debut gal, and his trickery led to the space being created for another substitute, the almst forgotten David Noble, to score with a fantastic curling effort from the edge of the box. City have to work on consistency if they are t challenge the=is season.

 

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