Hull City have beaten Middlesbrough tonight in this tense game. Hull dominated the game, they deserved the victory they had 48% possession and Middlesbrough had 52% possession. Goals came from Markovic, Niasse , Hernandez and Maguire and for Boro, Negredo and De Roon controversially scored.
Middlesbrough took an early lead thanks to a cross from Traore which found Negrado who hooked it in past Jakupovic. Hull weren’t behind for long an Andy Robertson deflected cross led to a scramble in the box, before Markovic finally tapped it in. 10 minutes later Hull took the lead thanks to Oumar Niasse after he coolly finished a headed down ball from Hernandez. 5 minutes later Hull made it 3-1, this time Abel Hernandez scored from a great pass by Kamil Grosicki and Hernandez side footed in.
Boro got back in the game and made it 3-2 thanks to De Roon but it should’ve been ruled offside, three Middlesbrough players were in offside positions. Hull made it 4-2, this time from Harry Maguire. Hull City had a free kick whipped in to the far post and Maguire ghosted in and scored a beautiful header to secure all three points for the Tigers.
Match Facts & Statistics
· Marco Silva is now unbeaten in his last 40 home matches having won 33 drawn 7 lost 0
· Hull are now unbeaten in they’re last 7 home premier league games their longest ever run in the competition.
· Four of Hulls last six premier league wins have been from behind. Indeed they have won back to back top flight games from behind for the first ever time.
Shots Hull (17) Boro (12)
Shots on Target Hull (5) Boro (4)
Corners Hull (8) Boro (4)
Fouls Hull (13) Boro (12)
Hull face a tough trip to Manchester City hoping to end their away drought
While Boro host Burnley.