Loads of Bristol City fans have had their say after a 3-2 win against Derby County on Wednesday night kept them level on points with the play-off places.
Three goals within 20 minutes either side of half-time was enough to secure the precious points for Lee Johnson and his side, with another January signing, Nahki Wells, nodding them ahead after 38 minutes.
It was turning into a really good night for the winter arrivals. Leicester City loanee Filip Benkovic found the net six minutes later with a clever header of his own to give the Robins a commanding half-time lead.
BIG WIN! 👊 pic.twitter.com/FoFMYkJWdC
— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) February 12, 2020
In the 58th minute, Famara Diedhiou made it 3-0 before the hosts were forced to sweat out the closing stages as Martyn Waghorn and Chris Martin brough Derby back to within one goal.
After losing to Birmingham City last week it was the perfect result for Lee Johnson but some fans were still left unconvinced…
Well done City, great three points. Need to try playing for the full 90 mins though not just 60.
— Dan Bush (@thefootballhog) February 12, 2020
Supporting city should come with a health warning
— Jordan (@ItsSmiiiiittth) February 12, 2020
The 3 new signings played well. We still have a dodgy defence when put under pressure. Will be lucky to make the playoffs but luck is all we need. Probably end up with Forest if we do!!
— Marcus (@crusty4567) February 12, 2020
Good win in the end 🔴⚽️⚽️ never make life easy don’t we 😳😳😂😂😂
— Jamie Le Cornu (@JamieLeCornu1) February 12, 2020
Need to learn to close games off
— Gavin horn (@gavarab83) February 12, 2020
Made that far more uncomfortable than it should’ve been
— Steve (@Nintendoubt815) February 12, 2020
when you are 3-0 up conceding the first is acceptable, the second should not have happend as we should of learnt from the first goal conceded, how diedhou and wiemann missed those chances at the end is beyond me. if we want promotion we need to improve and play for the full 90.
— Robert Cochrane 🌹 (@RobertCochran34) February 12, 2020