Brett Pitman came off the bench to score a 79th-minute equaliser as Bristol City drew with visitors Hull.

Pitman, who replaced Nicky Maynard just after the hour mark, bundled Cole Skuse's aerial ball past Adriano Basso to give the Robins a deserved point.

Robert Koren had given Hull the lead after 56 minutes, shooting low into the bottom corner from 15 yards after a neat one-two with Aaron McLean.

But Hull, and Basso in particular, had to withstand long periods of pressure.

For much of the match the hosts created plenty without finding the killer pass, as Maynard, Marvin Elliot, Albert Adomah and Jamal Campbell-Ryce all saw good chances go to waste.

But ex-Bristol City goalkeeper Basso was in inspired form to produce a string of good saves to deny the home side.

It brings Hull's three-game winning run to an end and extends the hosts' winless sequence in all competitions to six matches.

Listen to Bristol City manager Keith Millen's post-match interview with BBC Radio Bristol

Listen to Hull City manager Nigel Pearson's post-match interview with BBC Radio Humberside

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