Deservedly ahead now though. Thought we were unsettled by their pressing - reminiscent of Rotherham last season - but better when we found space. The sending off helped that (poor tackle, not close to the ball, think it was justified) but still took us a while to get going.
Norwood frustrates, he could have had four that half easily but he will still score goals.
Need to add a couple more rather than try and see this out - their long ball stuff will be just as effective with ten as 11.
"an accounting miracle appearing to take place in the East Midlands a few months after the 2019 defeat by Aston Villa at Wembley. Derby announced that for the financial year ending June 2019 they had made an operating profit of £14.6m.
It emerged that – much to the chagrin of fellow EFL clubs – the club had sold Pride Park to Morris for a reported £80m and leased the property back from him for £40m."
Built on the better stuff from Saturday but actually managed a goal, might have been more with better composure from Parrott and Bennetts around the box. Norwood, fit and motivated, makes a difference at this level.
Hull have created less than Northampton but still should have scored after some dodgy defending from Andre and Too's stupid tackle of the day was fortunately outside the area.
We faded Saturday as the front three tired and we couldn't replace like with like. It's quite possible we could do the same tonight, especially given Jackson's exile.