Football League: Adkins makes flying start at Hull while Wolves fire blanks

09 December 2017 06:58
Hull beat Brentford while Wolves draw with Sunderland Accrington chairman questions referee after postponement• Nigel Adkins got off to a flying start at Hull City after his team came from behind to see off Brentford. Stunning goals by Kamil Grosicki and then Seb Larsson, who rolled back the years with a fine free-kick, nudged Hull in front after a David Meyler own goal had put the Bees ahead. Jackson Irvine sealed victory before John Egan popped up with a second three minutes from time. “I’ve loved the last two days, I’ve utilised my time well and tomorrow I’m going to take a bit of time to reflect because it has been a whirlwind,” Adkins said. That victory hoists Hull to 18th, and above QPR, who suffered a home defeat by Leeds United. Kemar Roofe helped himself to a hat-trick for Leeds who rise to seventh. Related: Sam Johnstone saves Aston Villa in goalless draw against Millwall Related: Aden Flint’s late strike helps Bristol City pull away from Sheffield United Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian