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Rotherham United Manager, Steve Evans said that Hull City were lucky to win on Saturday in the Capital One Cup.



After the game Tigers` Manager, Steve Bruce said that it was imperative that his side got off to a good start and speaking to Radio Humberside the former Manchester United player said, 'I was very, very pleased by the way we played in the first half. We started off well and should have gone in front but you can`t go into a game and have seven or eight chances like we did today and miss them. Thankfully the penalties were fantastic and we are through to the next round of the cup.`



Well, I`m with Steve Evans on this one and think they were very lucky to win!



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Date:Monday August 13 2012

Time: 8:47AM

 

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