Hull City v Charlton Athletic, 16 January 2016

Score6-0 to Hull City
RefereeRichard Clark
CompetitionLeague Championship
VenueKC Stadium
Attendance16,430
Kick-off: 3.00pm

Goals:

Abel Hernández 9 G
Abel Hernández 16 G
Robert Snodgrass 33 G
Abel Hernández 39 G
Mo Diamé 58 G
Isaac Hayden 80 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Allan McGregor
Defender Harry Maguire
Defender Andy Robertson
Defender/Centre back Curtis Davies
Defender/Midfielder Isaac Hayden
Defender/Midfielder Jake Livermore
Defender/Midfielder Moses Odubajo
Midfielder Sam Clucas
Midfielder Robert Snodgrass
Midfielder/Forward Mo Diamé
Forward Abel Hernández

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Stephen Henderson
Defender Harry Lennon
Defender Chris Solly
Defender/Centre back Roger Johnson
Defender/Midfielder Jordan Cousins
Defender/Midfielder Rhys Williams
Midfielder Callum Harriott
Midfielder Johnnie Jackson
Midfielder Diego Poyet
Midfielder/Forward Jóhann Berg Gudmundsson
Forward Vetokele

Substitutions:

Tom Huddlestone for Jake Livermore 61
Sone Aluko for Abel Hernández 70
Ryan Taylor for Andy Robertson 81

Substitutions:

Morgan Fox for Rhys Williams 59
Josh Umerah for Vetokele 66
Ricardo Vaz Te for Diego Poyet 81

Cards:

Cards:

Harry Lennon 57 Y
Callum Harriott 87 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Eldin Jakupović
Defender/Midfielder Ahmed Elmohamady
Defender/Midfielder Tom Huddlestone
Defender/Midfielder David Meyler
Defender/Midfielder Ryan Taylor
Midfielder/Forward Sone Aluko
Forward Chuba Akpom

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Nick Pope
Defender Morgan Fox
Defender Naby Sarr
Midfielder Regan Charles-Cook
Midfielder/Forward Ricardo Vaz Te
Forward Simon Makienok
Forward Josh Umerah

Comments:

League position: 2nd This was Hull City's biggest win since a 6-0 victory against Fulham in the Premier League on 28 December 2013.

Comments:

League position: 23rd Following the sacking of Karel Freye earlier in the week, this was new manager Jose Riga's first game in his second spell in charge of the club. This was Charlton Athletic's biggest league defeat since they lost 0-7 at Brighton & Hove Albion on 1 October 1983.