LiveLive blog: Hull City 3 Wigan Athletic 1
All the action from a massive game at both ends of League One...
Up the 'Tics!
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Live blog: Hull City v Wigan Athletic
Last updated: Saturday, 01 May, 2021, 17:01
- Latics can secure their League One safety this afternoon if they win...or if Rochdale and Northampton both lose...
Latics have lost 3-1 at Hull, but who cares...the ‘Tics are staying up!!!
Rochdale and Northampton have lost, Latics are safe!
...Zach Clough and Jamie Proctor for Joe Dodoo and Funso Ojo. Six minutes to go.
...Dan Gardner, Kyle Joseph and Thelo Aasgaard for Will Keane, Viv Solomon-Oabor and Callum Lang...
...3-1 Hull, Josh Maghennis header from close range after Wilks nods the ball back in to the danger zone, first chance of the second half for the Tigers and they make it count.
...corner comes in from Lee Evans, and Curtis Tilt can’t hit the target from close range...
...shooting chance for Lee Evans, and it’s deflected just over the top...
...and Latics giving as good as they’re getting here, but still trailing by the odd goal in three...
...all losing in League One at the moment. Which is as good as a win for Latics, who would retain their four-point buffer over the relegation zone with only one game to come.
Hull 2 Latics 1.
Leam Richardson strides on to the field to show his displeasure at something...very possibly referee Bobby Madley’s performance. Given Latics nothing this afternoon.
...WOW how is that not a penalty for a foul on Callum Lang...it’s an absolutely stonewaller and referee Bobby Madley - not for the first time today - rules against Latics. That is shocking.
...Hull think they’ve gone 3-1 ahead, but Josh Maghennis clearly pushes George Johnston before nodding home, and it’s chalked off.
...Evans corner, hooked back in by Curtis Tilt, and only just cleared the crossbar.
...Lee Evans free-kick from 25 yards, touched round the post by the goalie.
GOAL 2-1 HULL!
...great work from Wilks, holds the ball up and backheels finds George Honeyman, who drills under Jamie Jones to restore the Hull lead.