Jimmy Bullard scores for Hull reserves on comeback after injury

07 October 2009 01:27
The midfielder was, as expected, substituted at half-time during the match against Bolton reserves, but the 30 year-old showed he was on the way back to his best with a brilliant long-range effort just before the break.

Tuesday night's match, watched by Hull manager Phil Brown, was Bullard's first competitive game since damaging knee ligaments on his Hull debut at West Ham nine months ago.

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