Bruce rebukes wasteful Hull

Steve Bruce did not let his Hull side off the hook completely despite their 2-1 win at Bristol City.

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Steve Bruce: Satisfied overall

Steve Bruce: Satisfied overall

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It took a Cole Skuse own goal to settle a game which the visitors - now up to sixth - might have won at a canter with better finishing.

Bruce said: "The better team won, no doubt about that, but if I have to be critical the chances we missed have been typical of us.

"In a few games this year we should have been out of sight, but overall I have to be very pleased indeed with the way we performed.

"We are playing the way I want to at the moment. We like to pass the ball around and have some very good footballers.

"Occasionally we come unstuck against the more physical teams, but today we did well against a big Bristol City unit.

"Some of our football was excellent and to come away from home and create the chances we did was very satisfying."

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