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    Hull 0-4 Derby (EFL Cup) reports and comments

    Post by RRC on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 9:48 pm

    Derby fielded a very different starting XI (eight changes from Saturday)--
          Roos
          Wisdom Keogh Tomori Malone
          Huddlestone Mount
          Josefzoon Marriott Johnson
          Waghorn
          subs-- Carson Forsyth Lowe (71) Bird (79) Holmes (71) Bennett Nugent

    There wasn't much atmosphere in Hull's near empty stadium. Referee Langford was busy with his whistle
    early on and Wisdom got a booking on seven minutes. After ten minutes the Rams were camped in Hull's
    half and starting to look dangerous. Marriott took the first shot of the match, a tame effort that was easily
    saved and Huddlestone forced a corner with the next shot. Derby built pressure on the Hull defence and
    won several corners but they couldn't take advantage of them, though a header by Johnson was saved.



    Johnson delivered a great pass over the top to Waghorn, who had made an intelligent run. Waghorn
    controlled the ball with one touch and lofted it over the keeper to give Derby the lead on 24 minutes.
    There was more variety in the Rams passing with Huddlestone, Johnson and Keogh using long balls
    to create chances. Marriott had an opening from one of these but he couldn't quite reach the ball.x

    Josefzoon made a very quick solo run, beat his man, and made no mistake with his shot to double the
    lead on 39 minutes. Derby were dominating the game, so Hull had little possession and couldn't make
    many attacks. The Rams defence were mostly able to stop them easily. Marriott made a quick run into
    the box and really should have scored. Hull had a late flurry and Roos had to make a save. This was a
    good first half for the Rams against a very weak team.
    HT Hull 0-2 Derby

    Hull made more forays forward in the second half without threatening too often. Derby's attacks were
    quicker and stretched the Hull defence, but they did occasionally leave themselves open by pushing up.
    Mount's clever pass set Waghorn and Marriott off on a fast run but it broke down through Marriott's
    poor control. Mount then made a chance for himself but he scuffed his shot wide. Marriott showed some
    fine individual skill in beating two men, but his shot was just wide. From the hour mark Derby were
    dominating again and Hull's counter-attacks often broke down through poor passes. Hull's best chance
    fell to Dicko, who should have scored. Marriott continued to work very hard but he missed with a couple
    more chances. Duane Holmes, on debut, and Lowe and replaced Marriott and Malone on 71 minutes.



    Josefzoon harried a defender and the ball fell to Holmes, who made a great pass that allowed Josefsoon
    to score his second and Derby's third goal on 73 minutes. Holmes nearly made it four when his flick from
    a Waghorn cross was just wide, and Josefzoon also missed with a shot but his effort was high and wide.
    Bird came on for Johnson on 79 minutes. Hull rallied in the last few minutes as they had in the first half
    but they simply couldn't finish their moves. Waghorn had another chance but he had strayed offside. On
    89 minutes, Mount made great solo run, took the ball round the keeper, and slotted the fourth goal home.
    The gulf in class between Derby and this Hull side was enormous and the match was very one-sided. The
    four goals and the clean sheet were well-deserved.
    FT Hull 0-4 Derby


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    Re: Hull 0-4 Derby (EFL Cup) reports and comments

    Post by outsider on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 10:38 pm

    When's the next round draw ?
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    Post by Calif_Ramette on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 10:39 pm

    outsider wrote:When's the next round draw ?

    Thursday
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    Post by thatguyfromderby on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 10:47 pm

    Confidence booster if I ever saw one!
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    Post by Calif_Ramette on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 11:21 pm

    I listened via Radio Derby and it sounded like the lads were lively and creating multiple chances. Marriot just could not hit the back of the net but I am sure he will soon. I know it was a Hull team that had 9 changes but an overall good match. Goals from strikers and midfielders, clean sheet and good confidence boost going into the league match against Hull. Onto Thursday to see who we get in Round 3.
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    Post by bramhallram on Tue 28 Aug 2018, 11:29 pm

    Impressive stuff. We had enough chances to score ten goals. A repeat result on Saturday will do nicely.

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    Post by Mitten State Ram on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 12:14 am

    I like the lineup. Hope we haven't used all our goals vs Hull in the wrong match.
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    Re: Hull 0-4 Derby (EFL Cup) reports and comments

    Post by valakari on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 8:37 am

    RRC wrote:Derby fielded a very different starting XI (eight changes from Saturday)--
          Roos
          Wisdom Keogh Tomori Malone
          Huddlestone Ledley
          Josefzoon Marriott Mount Johnson
          Waghorn
          subs-- Carson Forsyth Lowe (71) Bird (79) Holmes (71) Bennett Nugent

    There wasn't much atmosphere in Hull's near empty stadium. Referee Langford was busy with his whistle
    early on and Wisdom got a booking on seven minutes. After ten minutes the Rams were camped in Hull's
    half and starting to look dangerous. Marriott took the first shot of the match, a tame effort that was easily
    saved and Huddlestone forced a corner with the next shot. Derby built pressure on the Hull defence and
    won several corners but they couldn't take advantage of them, though a header by Johnson was saved.



    Johnson delivered a great pass over the top to Waghorn, who had made an intelligent run. Waghorn
    controlled the ball with one touch and lofted it over the keeper to give Derby the lead on 24 minutes.
    There was more variety in the Rams passing with Huddlestone, Johnson and Keogh using long balls
    to create chances. Marriott had an opening from one of these but he couldn't quite reach the ball.x

    Josefzoon made a very quick solo run, beat his man, and made no mistake with his shot to double the
    lead on 39 minutes. Derby were dominating the game, so Hull had little possession and couldn't make
    many attacks. The Rams defence were mostly able to stop them easily. Marriott made a quick run into
    the box and really should have scored. Hull had a late flurry and Roos had to make a save. This was a
    good first half for the Rams against a very weak team.
    HT Hull 0-2 Derby

    Hull made more forays forward in the second half without threatening too often. Derby's attacks were
    quicker and stretched the Hull defence, but they did occasionally leave themselves open by pushing up.
    Mount's clever pass set Waghorn and Marriott off on a fast run but it broke down through Marriott's
    poor control. Mount then made a chance for himself but he scuffed his shot wide. Marriott showed some
    fine individual skill in beating two men, but his shot was just wide. From the hour mark Derby were
    dominating again and Hull's counter-attacks often broke down through poor passes. Hull's best chance
    fell to Dicko, who should have scored. Marriott continued to work very hard but he missed with a couple
    more chances. Duane Holmes, on debut, and Lowe and replaced Marriott and Malone on 71 minutes.



    Josefzoon harried a defender and the ball fell to Holmes, who made a great pass that allowed Josefsoon
    to score his second and Derby's third goal on 73 minutes. Holmes nearly made it four when his flick from
    a Waghorn cross was just wide, and Josefzoon also missed with a shot but his effort was high and wide.
    Bird came on for Johnson on 79 minutes. Hull rallied in the last few minutes as they had in the first half
    but they simply couldn't finish their moves. Waghorn had another chance but he had strayed offside. On
    89 minutes, Mount made great solo run, took the ball round the keeper, and slotted the fourth goal home.
    The gulf in class between Derby and this Hull side was enormous and the match was very one-sided. The
    four goals and the clean sheet were well-deserved.
    FT Hull 0-4 Derby
    no wonder we won..you have named 12 players! Don't think Ledley played!
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    Post by DavesaRam on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 9:09 am

    Calif_Ramette wrote:I listened via Radio Derby and it sounded like the lads were lively and creating multiple chances. Marriot just could not hit the back of the net but I am sure he will soon. I know it was a Hull team that had 9 changes but an overall good match. Goals from strikers and midfielders, clean sheet and good confidence boost going into the league match against Hull. Onto Thursday to see who we get in Round 3.

    Agreed, but we made 7 or 8 changes ourselves, so all's good!
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    Post by Ram78 on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 9:35 am

    Was also a hull team playing 4 academy graduates, can only beat what’s in front of you however and will be a sterner test on Saturday
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    Post by Mitten State Ram on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 5:11 pm

    Ram78 wrote:Was also a hull team playing 4 academy graduates, can only beat what’s in front of you however and will be a sterner test on Saturday

    Very true, although the first step to promotion is becoming a team that can and does routinely beat the worst. The 68 points that got us into the playoffs last year are almost exactly what it's worth to beat every team in the bottom half of the division twice. You can make the playoffs without a single point vs. top-half opposition. If we can just get into the habit of calmly dispatching the division's dross we'll be off to a good start.
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    Post by rjrules71 on Wed 29 Aug 2018, 7:26 pm

    our ressies are better than your ressies ne ne ne ne ne

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