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Dominic Hyam reacts to Maxime Biamou’s Coventry City flashpoint



Dominic Hyam has taken to social media to react to his Coventry City teammate Maxime Biamou’s spectacular scissor-kick against Peterborough United at the weekend.

The 28-year-old scored his first goal of the season on Saturday afternoon, as Coventry were held to a 2-2 draw by their promotion rivals in an enthralling game at London Road.

As Liam Kelly’s cross came over from the right hand side, Biamou showed excellent technique to take the ball first time and smash it past Peterborough goalkeeper Christy Pym to give the Sky Blues the lead in the 85th minute, sending the away fans into raptures.

Biamou’s wonderstrike looked to have won the game for Coventry, but a 95th-minute equaliser from Peterborough striker Mo Eisa denied them their first away win of the season – and the chance to move level on points with their promotion rivals.

Coventry defender Hyam – who played the entire game at centre-half – took to Twitter on Sunday evening to react to Biamou’s goal, congratulating his teammate on the strike.

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The Verdict

It was a fantastic strike from Biamou. It was a wonderful volley and he showed excellent technique, he’ll just be disappointed that Coventry couldn’t hold on for all three points.

Peterborough have made a promising start to the season and they haven’t lost at home since the opening day of the campaign, so when you look at it like that, it’s a very good point for the Sky Blues.

With that said, Coventry could have easily been three or four goals up by half-time and were seconds away from their first away win of the season, so I’m sure Mark Robins will be extremely disappointed that his side couldn’t hold on for the victory.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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