Barnsley 3-1 Hull City

Last updated : 03 December 2019 By Rob Miles

The 17 match winless league run finally came to an end with a convincing victory over inform Hull City.

The Reds secured only their second win of the season in all competitions against a Tigers side who had won four of their previous six Championship matches.

It also ended an eight match winless run at Oakwell.

Barnsley have gone back to back games conceding less than two goals for the first time this season, however they have now gone 13 games without a clean sheet, their longest run since a run of 20 between 3rd October 2015 and 9th January 2016 (4 Football League Trophy games, 1 FA Cup, 15 League One)

This was only Barnsley's six win in their last 50 Championship matches (D16 L28)

Barnsley opened the scoring for the sixth time this season but went on to win for only the second time.

They went 2-0 up in a game for the second time this season but went on to win for the first time.

This was the first time the Reds have scored three goals in a game this season and the first time since the 22nd April when they won 3-0 at Plymouth in League One.

It is their first three goal haul in the Championship since April 2018 when they defeated Sheffield United 3-2.

It is the 800th Football League match in which they have scored three or more goals and the 1200th second tier match in which they have scored two or more.

A two goal winning margin is Barnsley's biggest at this level since their final home game of 2017-2018 when they defeated Brentford 2-0.

Barnsley led at half time for only the third time this season, they have won two of the occasions in which they have led at the break, drawing the other - at West Brom.

The victory finally lifted Barnsley into double figures for points.
Alex Mowatt and Mike Bahre became the second and third Barnsley players to both score and assist in a game this season, after Conor Chaplin against Blackburn.

It is the first time two Barnsley players have scored and assisted in the same game since Kieffer Moore and Mamadou Thiam did so in a 4-1 win at AFC Wimbledon in January.

It is the first time in a Championship game since a 3-0 success against Sunderland in August 2017 (Ike Ugbo, Harvey Barnes)

Bahre grabbed his first ever Championship goal and only his third goal for the club in 55 appearances.

Barnsley have gone back to back games without bookings for the first time this season.

Barnsley have now won three of the past five meetings with Hull and three of the past five at Oakwell.

Barnsley have now had the most ball possession for the fifth successive league game.

Despite four goals being scored there were only 17 shots in the game (11-6), the lowest in a Barnsley game this season and lowest since Portsmouth away in February (also 17)

This was the second time this season that Barnsley have restricted their opponents to just one shot on target and in both games they have scored with it (also Nottingham Forest)

Barnsley Team:
1. Sami Radlinger
2. Jordan Williams
5. Bambo Diaby
6. Mads Andersen
3. Ben Williams
24. Aapo Halme
10. Mike Bahre
27. Alex Mowatt (C)
9. Cauley Woodrow
7. Jacob Brown
11. Conor Chaplin

16. Luke Thomas (for Bahre 82)
19. Patrick Schmidt (for Woodrow 89)

Unused Substitutes:
4. Kenny Dougall, 21. Toby Sibbick, 22. Clark Oduor, 26. Mamadou Thiam, 40. Brad Collins.

Hull Team:
1. George Long
2. Eric Lichaj (C)
5. Reece Burke 
4. Jordy De Wijs
26. Callum Elder
19. Josh Bowler
8. Daniel Batty
36. Jackson Irvine
11. Kamil Grosicki
18. George Honeyman
20. Jarrod Bowen

9. Tom Eaves (for Batty 45)
37. Leonardo Da Silva Lopes (for Honeyman 45)
31. Keane Lewis-Potter (for Elder 76)

Unused Substitutes:
3. Ryan Tafazolli, 13. Matt Ingram, 23. Stephen Kingsley, 25. Matthew Pennington.

Match Reports:
Official Website
Sky Sports

Sky Bet Championship results:

Swansea City (8th) 1-2 Fulham (3rd)
                                        Mitrovic 22
                                        Mitrovic 43
Byers 65

Charlton Athletic (17th) 1-3 Sheffield Wednesday (9th)
                                             Fletcher 17
Bonne 26
                                             Fletcher pen 80
                                             Nuhiu 90+4

BARNSLEY (24th) 3-1 Hull City (12th)
Mowatt 23
Bahre 75
                           Lewis-Potter 81
Chaplin 90+5

Birmingham City (15th) 1-1 Millwall (13th)
                                  Williams 61
Clarke-Salter 79

Brentford (7th) 7-0 Luton Town (21st)
Mbeumo 6
Watkins 29
Jensen 33
Da Silva 40
Da Silva 45+3
Benrahma pen 71
Da Silva pen 87

Bristol City (5th) 5-2 Huddersfield Town (19th)
Brownhill 11
Kongolo og 30
                         Grant 35
Eliasson 36
Williams 40
Weimann 49
                         Bacuna 57

Derby County (14th) 1-1 Queens Park Rangers (16th)
Waghorn 23
                              Eze pen 45+4

Leeds United (2nd) 4-0 Middlesbrough (20th)
Bamford 3
Klich 45+3
Helder Costa 67
Klich 73

Nottingham Forest (4th) 0-1 Cardiff City (10th)
                                     Mendez-Laing 14

Stoke City (23rd) 1-2 Blackburn Rovers (11th)
                        Dack 13
Evans og 80
                        Gallagher 84

Wigan Athletic (22nd) 1-3 Reading (18th)
Garner 34
                               Puscas pen 79
                               Puscas 80
                               Puscas 84

Preston North End (6th) 0-1 West Bromwich Albion (1st)

                                     Austin pen 90

Barnsley lie in 24th place in the Sky Bet Championship with 12 points from 19 games. We are 19 points outside the Play-Offs, 28 points outside the Automatic Promotion Places, 30 points outside First Place and 5 points inside the Relegation Zone.
Up to 03/12/19

Next Up:

On The Road:
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Twenty: Cardiff City v Barnsley, Saturday 7th December 2019. Kick-Off: 3pm

At Oakwell:
Sky Bet Championship Matchday Twenty One: Barnsley v Reading, Wednesday 11th December 2019. Kick-Off: 7:45pm