Aluko nets Hull comeback win
Sone Aluko netted a brilliantly taken winner as Hull twice came from behind to earn a thrilling 3-2 victory at St James' Park. Loic Remy had twice given the home side the lead in the first-half, netting either side of a low Robbie Brady strike. But Ahmed Elmohamady made the most of some slack marking to level, and Aluko, who was a menace all afternoon, snatched all three points, expertly volleying a George Boyd cross in from the edge of the box.
And it was the Frenchman who opened the scoring, heading in from close range after Papiss Cisse had diverted Moussa Sissoko's deep cross into his path. Everything looked comfortable for Alan Pardew's men after the goal, as they played the ball around with ease, Hull just couldn't get near the ball.
Then, out of the blue, moments after Tim Krul had kept out a Danny Graham header from close range, Robbie Brady was picked out on the left in space by Sone Aluko, and the Irish midfielder fired the equaliser low past a stranded Krul.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Teamtalk.comSimilar Stories