Bristol City ride wave of emotion but Birmingham hit rock bottom

16 December 2017 08:40
City dedicate win to eight-year-old fan who died from a brain tumourWigan march on in League One, Barnet off the foot of League Two• Andreas Weimann returned to haunt his former club with the opening goal that set Derby on their way to a 2-0 win over Aston Villa in a battle of the promotion hopefuls at Pride Park. The Austria international, who joined County from Villa in 2015, scored after a mistake by Glenn Whelan and Villa created little before Johnny Russell secured Derby’s fifth victory in six games. Villa’s injury problems were highlighted by Josh Onomah playing as a striker but it was their defence that came under pressure throughout. The victory enabled Derby to open up a four-point gap between themselves in fourth and fifth-placed Villa, whose manager, Steve Bruce, was not happy afterwards. “From the very first minute, we put them through and didn’t really recover,” he said. “We made far too many mistakes, we’ve gifted them the game.” Related: Sunderland delight as Josh Maja sinks Fulham to end barren home year Related: Free-scoring Luton are bringing the style on their push for promotion | Nick Miller Continue reading. . read full article

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