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Hull City failed to break down a poor Birmingham side as they produced one of the goalless football scores of the weekend in the Championship. Neil Etheridge made two important saves while Tom Eaves missed an absolute sitter to deny Hull the three points. Birmingham barely troubled Matt Ingram throughout the game.

Managers Reaction 

Birmingham’s Lee Bowyer: “From what I understand the pitch isn’t too good – it’s really bobbly, but that’s no excuse. The pitch was really lively – it’s firm. We couldn’t even do just simple passes today – Onel Hernandez was in, the Gary Gardner pass – a simple pass and he overhit it. Then vice versa. We got into some great positions, especially the second half, but it was just that bit of quality lacking, that final bit. If we can improve on that – and I’ve said it a few times this season – we will create and score more goals. It wasn’t very pretty. We got into some great positions, especially the second half, but it was just that bit of quality lacking, that final bit.”

Hull’s Shota Arveladze: “The good thing was both teams tried to win and I think in the first half we did well and could have scored. That was probably the reason why they changed their system at half-time because we’d been better than them and they came back as a back four. Even in the second half, we didn’t hold the ball as long as we wished but we still created two or three chances to score.”

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