Ahmed Hegazi scores then sees red as West Brom make hard work of Hull win

05 July 2020 04:09
West Bromwich Albion have five more hurdles to overcome if they are to seal a return to the Premier League but Slaven Bilic will hope they do not make life as difficult as they did here in their quest to get over the line.Some slapstick defending ensured six goals and chances aplenty in a preposterously open and ill-tempered game, with Ahmed Hegazi sent off late on. Hull City, fighting for their lives at the other end of the table, were not out of this frenetic occasion until the substitute Grady Diangana completed the scoring 15 minutes from time after goals by Charlie Austin, Hegazi and Kamil Grosicki. Related: Lee Johnson sacked by Bristol City as Cardiff defeat proves last act QPR inflicted a second straight defeat on Middlesbrough to keep Neil Warnock’s side in the bottom three, thanks to Jordan Hugill’s 32nd-minute effort. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian