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Robbie Brady came off the bench to rescue Hull last night

The Irish winger scored his second goal of the season to hand the Tigers a win away to Leyton Orient in the Capital One Cup.

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Brady celebrates with his Hully team-mates. Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire/Press Association Images

IRELAND’S ROBBIE BRADY continued his fine start to the season by scoring the winner for Hull City in their Capital One Cup tie against Leyton Orient last night.

The Dubliner, who hit the winner from the penalty-spot against Norwich over the weekend, came off the bench in injury-time and made an instant impact – firing home on 107 minutes.

More of the same in against Sweden and Austria, please.



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