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Coming off the heels of a 2-0 win over Birmingham City, in which Elmohamady assisted the first goal, Hull City continued their fine run of form in the Championship by defeating MK Dons 2-0 today.
Ahmed Elmohamady scored The Tigers’ first goal 19 minutes into the first half after meeting Abel Hernandez’s fine cross at the back post. Minutes later, Elmohamady could have had his second goal after he rounded the MK Dons goalkeeper before sending his shot errantly over the bar.
Hull continued to dominate, but could only get their second goal in stoppage time of the second half from substitute Mohamed Diame.
Hull City remain in second place in the Championship, only two points behind leaders Brighton.