Barnsley 3-1 Hull: Tykes earn first win since opening day of the season
Barnsley vs Hull City
Sky Bet Ch’ship
3:00pm Saturday November
New head coach was declared by barnsley Gerhard Struber home game in charge with a victory over Hull.
Goals from Alex Mowatt and Mike Bahre in half put the home side before Keane Lewis-Potter reduced the arrears, however, Barnsley held on to capture his first win since the opening day of this season with Conor Chaplin incorporating a third in stoppage time.
The Cauley Woodrow of barnsley place a shot that is rising early in an opening period that is otherwise quiet.
The hosts took the lead midway through the half once Bahre laid the ball off to Mowatt who produced a shot that was measured to beat keeper George Long by the border of the area.
Hull’s best opportunity of the half fell into Jarrod Bowen, whose low shot went a fraction wide of the right-hand post of Sami Radlinger.
Long was made to create a good save down low to his left to keep a Mowatt free-kick before the break.
Hull boss Grant McCann chose to make a double substitution with Leo Lopes and Tom Eaves delivered on for the Beginning of the second half instead of George Honeyman and Daniel Batty.
The visitors attacked on the break with Eaves sending a low cross which was met by Bowen who pulled his shot wide and finding space on the left handed.
After getting at the end of a Mowatt free-kick, chaplin place a header on goal but it was straight at Long who gathered.
As Barnsley continued to press for another goal, Jacob Brown side-footed wide from inside the region and Aapo Halme put a long-range effort over.
The two-goal cushion came in the 75th minute when Mowatt slipped a great ball through to Bahre who slotted confidently past Long from inside the area.
The visitors pulled a goal back substitute Lewis-Potter was to go in from close selection and after Kamil Grosicki’s cross from the left was headed back across the face of goal by Eaves in the far post.
Hull, who had won four from their six league games, temporarily threatened to induce a late equaliser.
Josh Bowler had an effort wide and Eaves directed , but any expectation of late play was killed off when Chaplin scored a goal having a drive in the border of the region.