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Live Reporting

Michael Pearlman

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    That's it from us, but you still have time to read Gareth Vincent's match report before getting stuck into the rest of the day's football.

    Read about the match here

    Thanks for following along with us today.

  2. "We had enough opportunities" - Neil Warnock

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    "I thought we had enough opportunities," he told Sky Sports.

    "I wish we had VAR really. By the letter of the law we should have had a penalty.

    "I am disappointed with haven't got three points, let alone a point.

    "It's a cracking goal to win the game, you have to say that.

    "We try and win every game and they are all hard in the Championship.

    "When you've not got as many points as you should have you've got to be up and at it again tomorrow.

    "We are good enough to be in the race. Whether we are going to be I will tell you in six to eight games."

  3. Reaction still to come

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    We will hold off from signing off while we wait to hear from Cardiff boss Neil Warnock

  4. "It means a lot" - Lee Johnson

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    "It means a lot to win here. It wasn't a classic performance but it was filled with energy," Lee Johnson told Sky Sports.

    "We needed a clean sheet. We got into good areas but didn't deliver the quality until Josh's great strike.

    "It is a statement to say we are back on the rise.

    "We have players coming back to fitness and I feel like we are getting stronger."

  5. A first league defeat

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Cardiff lose for the first time in the Championship this season, though they did get beaten by Luton in the Carabao Cup.

    Reaction from the managers is coming up....

  6. Warnock's record ends

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Cardiff boss Neil Warnock had not ended on the losing side at home to Bristol City since May 2008 in a Championship play-off semi-final with Crystal Palace.

    He probably won't need reminding that Gary Johnson was the Bristol boss that day.

    Like father like son.

  7. "We had to really dig in"

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    "We had to really dig in. To win it in the style we did, it means a lot to us," Bristol City defender Ashley Williams told Sky Sports.

    "This was a big game, Cardiff are a good team. All of us will enjoy this."

  8. "We were outstanding"

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    "I thought we were outstanding. What a way to win it," Josh Browning tells Sky Sports.

  9. A first win the Welsh capital in 17-years

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Bristol City had won none of their past nine away league matches against Cardiff since a 2-0 victory in December 2002

  10. An historic win in Wales

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Bristol City win at the Cardiff City Stadium for the very first time


    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Bragging rights belong to Bristol, Josh Brownhill is the hero for the visitors

  12. Post update

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    One minute remains. Bristol City are comfortable.

  13. Post update

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Cardiff fans two minutes away from the reality of 1-0 defeats in arguably the two games they care most about

  14. Post update

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    We are into four minutes of stoppage time


    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Callum Paterson replaces Junior Hoilett on 88 mins


    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Taylor Moore replaces Pedro Pereira


    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Here comes the forgotten man of Cardiff City.

    Gary Madine replaces Omar Bogle

  18. Post update

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Ten minutes remaining

  19. Post update

    Cardiff 0-1 Bristol City

    Cardiff can legitimately say they are unlucky to be behind, but they had looked like they were running out of ideas.

    But Mendez-Laing just slalomed through the Bristol City defence and from the resultant corner, Aden Flint's header flicked the top of the crossbar