Hull City 2-2 Sunderland AFC: Its all even at Kcom Stadium, after Hull City draw 2-2 with Sunderland AFC

Joy and disappointment for both sides as Hull City and Sunderland AFC can only manage a 2-2 draw
Lindzy Batt

Lindzy Batt

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Hull City were held to 2-2 draw by Sunderland AFC down on Tuesday at Kcom Stadium. Hull City were looking to pick up points after winning their previous two games in the league. The most recent was against the Fleetwood Town at home (2-1), the other to Plymouth Argyle away (3-0). Sunderland AFC, on the other hand, lost 1-0 in the last match they played against Blackpool. As the table looks today, Hull City are in 1st place on the table and has 83 points while Sunderland AFC sit in 3rd with 72 points after 43 matches.

Sunderland AFC started strongly in the first half, thanks to Jordan Jones giving Sunderland AFC the lead at the 10 minute mark. However, the good fortune didn’t last for long. An equalizer from Josh Magennis, 28 minutes in brought Hull City level. However, Sunderland AFC at the 34 minute mark found the back of the net via a Grant Leadbitter goal, to take a 1-2 lead into half time.

Hull City took the lead in the second half, with Josh Magennis finding the net again in the 64th minute. The game ended 2-2.

For Hull City, Richard Smallwood, Dan Crowley and Gavin Whyte, came on for Carl Winchester, Grant Leadbitter, Callum McFadzean and Jordan Jones. Sunderland AFC brought on Jack Diamond, Aiden O Brien, Denver Hume and Chris Maguire, to replace Carl Winchester, Grant Leadbitter, Callum McFadzean and Jordan Jones.

There were bookings for Keane Lewis Potter and Mallik Wilks from Hull City, and Bailey Wright, Charlie Wyke and Luke O’Nien, for Sunderland AFC.

Hull City will next travel to Lincoln City, while Sunderland AFC will face Accrington Stanley at home.

Technical card:
Hull City: Jordan Jones, Bailey Wright, Charlie Wyke, Grant Leadbitter, Carl Winchester, Callum McFadzean and Luke O’Nien
Sunderland AFC: Josh Magennis, Keane Lewis Potter, Mallik Wilks, Regan Slater and George Honeyman
Stadium: Kcom Stadium
Goals: Jordan Jones (0-1, min. 10), Josh Magennis (1-1, min. 28), Grant Leadbitter (1-2, min. 34) and Josh Magennis (2-2, min. 64)

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