"A foul is a foul. It is a free-kick or a penalty, regardless of where it happens on the pitch. "Copyright: Huw Evans Picture AgencyPearson celebrates birthday with victoryFT: Bristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityBristol City boss Nigel Pearson told Sky Sports: "It was a good way to spend my 59th birthday, a really hard-fought game. "We could have scored more, it was a really good performance and a positive day for us. "I don't think we are a side that can sit back and absorb, we are much better when we press.
You have to match the intensity and the aggressive nature of the opposition and Bristol City have won in that department. Post updateBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityBristol City will have a lot of Premier League scouts at their ground this season. They almost went clear again, but Ryan Allsop was alert to the danger. Post updateBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityI know Bristol City fans have their guard up about throwing away leads, but today is not going to be one of those days. Cardiff look beaten.
Post updateBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityHard to see a grandstand finish here, but we will have five minutes of time added on. Post updateBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityDanny GabbidonFormer Cardiff and Wales defender on BBC Radio WalesThere is going to be many more teams this season that do this kind of thing to Cardiff City, look to be aggressive, press from the front and really test their new style of play. SUBSTITUTIONBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityHan-Noah Massengo goes off for Kane Wilson.
FULL-TIMEBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityThat's it! Bristol City deservedly take the three points, they've now won three in a row against the Bluebirds. The Severnside bragging rights go to the English side of the M4. Stick with us for some reaction. SUBSTITUTIONBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityNakhi Wells is off, Timm Klose is on. Bristol City are really Klose to three points now. Post updateBristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityDanny GabbidonFormer Cardiff and Wales defender on BBC Radio WalesSometimes the quality and all those things goes out the window in games like this.
" Opposition View Derby manager Paul Warne was at Hillsborough on Wednesday night to watch Rovers put in a fine away performance at a team who sat third in the table. He said: "They were really good against Sheffield Wednesday. They don't have what some people would regard as 'out-and-out superstars'; they were just a really hardworking team. "They stopped Wednesday on numerous occasions and made it difficult for what are one hell of a home side. I think Rovers are in the best form in the league apart from the top two. They have won three and drawn three from the last six, which is promotion form, and their last two games have been against Plymouth Argyle and Sheffield Wednesday, drawing them both, so they come into this with a real buzz of confidence. "You watch the strikers at Bristol Rovers and if you play across the back-line they are coming for you all the time.
You have to believe you're going to score and then they do. "We've got to believe we are going to score goals, individuals have to be pre-planning goals in their heads. "I am really, really gutted. "Poor performances in certain areas, today when we've been so good defensively, the front didn't help the back out today, we will work hard to improve. "I don't want to talk about the referees, or I will get in trouble.
"It was a very honest performance. The team is developing an identity we can be proud of. "In all the games we've played so far there have been some positive things. "I am really pleased with how we played. It's great to have good young players as part of it. "We have quite a nice blend. We don't have big numbers, but it's a really good day for us. "Copyright: Getty ImagesConway 'buzzing' to make fans happyFT: Bristol City 2-0 CardiffFlatmates and teammates Tommy Conway and Alex Scott have been speaking to Sky Sports. Tommy Conway: "Winning is the most important thing, it doesn't matter if you play well and we are buzzing to make the fans happy. "In the first couple of games we knew we were playing well, we needed to keep doing what we were doing. "Hopefully we can keep getting the wins. "It was a great ball for my goal, luckily I was able to get my head on it. "Alex Scott: "It is my 19th birthday today and that was definitely the best way to celebrate, that's the biggest present I could get.
"Tommy is my best mate, so it was great he could get the goal, because all his family are here. "We have strikers out there who we know will score goals. "We want to push for promotion and we are confident we can do it. "Copyright: Huw Evans Picture AgencyImage caption: Nahki Wells (R) crossed the ball to Tommy Conway (L) for the opening goalPost updateFT: Bristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityDanny GabbidonFormer Cardiff and Wales defender on BBC Radio WalesI saw Jaden Philogene and Rubin Colwill really impact that game when they came on, so they will be knocking on the door for a start in the next game. Post updateFT: Bristol City 2-0 Cardiff CityDanny GabbidonFormer Cardiff and Wales defender on BBC Radio WalesOn the whole Steve Morison will be really disappointed with the performance in terms of matching the intensity and aggression of the opposition, they never really did that and that didn't allow them to get a foothold in the game.
Derby County vs Bristol City Head to Head - AiScore The Teams Derby County and Bristol City played 25 Games up to today. Among them, Derby County won 10 games ( 6 at Pride Park Stadium, 4 at Ashton
"We’ll be focusing on us and we feel, if we get us right, we’re more than a match for anybody. We’ll pay Derby the respect they are due by preparing for them the same way we’d prepare for any team, but there will be no fear attached to us and we’ll be looking to put an excellent performance on again in front of incredible travelling support for League One. "I’ve seen it is 3, 100; those are Premier League numbers so, hopefully, we can give them a victory and make some more memories.
Derby County 1-3 Bristol City: Relegated Rams beaten at Pride ParkAndreas Weimann returned to pile more misery on his former club as Bristol City won 3-1 at relegated Derby in the Sky Bet Championship. Weimann combined with another ex-Derby player, Chris Martin, to score his 20th goal of the campaign with Antoine Semenyo adding a second before the interval. Derby, who were relegated on Easter Monday, responded in the second half with Craig Forsyth giving them hope but City wrapped up the points when Timm Klose scored from a free-kick. Derby had lost only one of their previous 11 home games but they were behind after 10 minutes when City hit them on the break.
Disappointing first half, I thought the goals we gave away were cheap, we were disappointed as a group and at half-time had a bit of a chat about the rhythm and intensity and self belief really. "I thought second half we started to push a little bit and got ourselves back in the game. That's what we were looking at today, the character and temperament of some of the players to handle the environment.
There's an objective to what we want out of these last three games and we've got a tough job to do over the coming weeks to prepare ourselves properly for next season. "Bristol City's Nigel Pearson: "I think it's a career-best for him [Weimann]. It's a testament to his professionalism. His desire and his work ethic is just incredible. I'm really pleased for him especially off the back of last season where hespent a long time out injured - so to have a season like this on his return from injury is particularly impressive.
Derby County vs Bristol Rovers on 29 Oct 22 - Match CentreThe Gas visit The Rams, looking to make it nine games undefeated. Rovers head to the Midlands tomorrow to play their first-ever league game at Pride Park, with Wednesday's draw in Sheffield making it eight games unbeaten in all competitions. Manager's Preview Rovers' boss Joey Barton said: "We had the lads watch Derby's game from Tuesday night and Exeter got a solid point there. We must take enormous confidence into the game. Derby is a big club, a big side, but we’ve just played first and third in the division and I think anyone at those games would say we stood toe-to-toe and were more than a match for them. "We’ll go to Derby and play our way and attack them because... why would we not? "They’ve had a couple go off, I think James Chester went off on Tuesday and Curtis Davies went off in the game on Friday. They’ve been playing a back three of late and that might be subject to change, I’m not sure.
"It's been a difficult season for us at times. We've not always got the results or performances warranted or we've been a bit inconsistent as a team so for us to have one player on 20 goals, another on 10 and Antoine (Semenyo) is on seven, so we've made progress. It feels like a long season for us but we're thankful we've beaten last season's points total and we've got two games left to try and build on some good performances of late.
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" Flashback Pride Park was the scene of a famous Rovers win, with a 3-1 win in the FA Cup. Gas striker Nathan Ellington scored a hat-trick as the team who sat 87th out of 92 league clubs caused a major upset at the then-Premier League outfit. Pictured is Rovers' Che Wilson and Derby legend Fabrizio Ravanelli, also known as 'The White Feather'. Form Guide Derby Last Five in the League: W L W L D Rovers Last Five in the League: D W W D D Last Time Out Ref Watch The man with the whistle at Pride Park will be Martin Coy. The Durham-born referee has dished out a total of 14 yellow and two red cards so far this season and has awarded 17 fouls per game, on average. How to Follow Supporters based in the UK can purchase an audio match pass for £2. 50.
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