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Saturday, 27 September 2014

Network glitch' leaves NatWest and RBS customers stranded as they are frozen out of 62,000 cash machines

Network glitch' leaves NatWest and RBS customers stranded as they are frozen out of 62,000 cash machines

  • NatWest and RBS customers left unable to withdraw cash from ATMs
  • Issue started at 10.40am but banking group says it should now be fixed
  • Glitch meant customers could only withdraw from NatWest or RBS ATMs

NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland customers have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration after being left unable to withdraw cash from ATMs today. 
Users bombarded the online help service with questions after being given a message reading 'service unavailable' at cash points. 
A spokesman for the RBS Group, which owns NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank, says the issue started at around 10.40am and lasted for three hours, but should now be fixed.

NatWest and RBS customers have reported being unable to withdraw cash from ATMs this afternoon, although the banks say cards should work in their own machines
NatWest and RBS customers have reported being unable to withdraw cash from ATMs this afternoon, although the banks say cards should work in their own machines
The spokesman said: 'Between around 10.40am and 13.15pm today, some of our customers were unable to use other banks' ATMs. This has now been resolved. 
'Throughout this time customers were able to use RBS, NatWest and Ulster bank ATMs. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.'
The issue affected the Link network which connects around 65,000 cash machines in the UK.
Around 3,000 of those are likely to have been NatWest machines, meaning customers were locked out of around 62,000 ATMs. 
Twitter user Lyndsey White messaged NatWest saying: 'I'm in hospital with my son who really sick and I can't even use my card, thanks a lot I will definitely be changing banks.'
Adam Redman added: '"Natwest customers can't withdraw cash from cash machines." How many times is this going to happen! Need to change my bank.' 
The new problem is just the latest in a series of IT meltdowns for the RBS Group, stretching back to 2012 when customers were left unable to use their accounts for three days
The new problem is just the latest in a series of IT meltdowns for the RBS Group, stretching back to 2012 when customers were left unable to use their accounts for three days
The latest meltdown echoes the infamous 'cyber Monday' crash in December last year, when customers were unable to use their cards on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
Another technical fault hit the RBS Group, which owns RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank, in 2012 meaning payments were not registered for three days.
The then-boss of the group, Stephen Hester, said a failed software update was to blame for the glitch which left people unable to pay bills.

He's over the Cloon! Happy George laughs and jokes with photographers as he spends final hours as a single man with Cindy Crawford and rumoured best man Rande Gerber

He's over the Cloon! Happy George laughs and jokes with photographers as he spends final hours as a single man with Cindy Crawford and rumoured best man Rande Gerber

  • George Clooney and his fiancée, Amal, Alamuddin, have planned a four day wedding celebration
  • The actor spent his final night as a single man downing tequila shots and vintage red wine with his groomsmen at his stag party
  • The wedding party dined at the exclusive five-star Belmond Cipriani Hotel on the nearby island of Giudecci
  • Celebrity guests including Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and Cindy Craword have joined the couple in Venice

George Clooney looked typically serene on Saturday morning as he prepares to exchange vows with fiancee Amal Alamuddin.
Sporting a wide grin, George, 53, was in high spirits during an al fresco breakfast outside the Belmond Hotel Cipriani on Saturday morning ahead of his imminent marriage to human rights lawyer Amal.
The greying actor was joined by supermodel Cindy Crawford, 48, and her husband, 52-year-old businessman Rande Gerber after a boozy stag do the night before.

He's over the Cloon: George was in high spirits as he enjoyed his finals hours as a single man in Venice on Saturday morning
He's over the Cloon: George was in high spirits as he enjoyed his finals hours as a single man in Venice on Saturday morning
George was seen laughing and smiling with his companions before he began to speak with a photographer nearby.
 

Trouble in paradise! Lauren Pope confronts TOWIE beau Lewis Bloor over cheating rumours as blossoming romance turns sour in Ibiza

Trouble in paradise! Lauren Pope confronts TOWIE beau Lewis Bloor over cheating rumours as blossoming romance turns sour in Ibiza


Their romance appeared to be cemented as the twelfth series credits rolled on the final episode of TOWIE, but there was trouble in paradise for lovebirds Lauren Pope and Lewis Bloor as filming for the new series commenced in Ibiza this week.
The couple are currently enjoying a prolonged stay on the Balearic party island while they shoot a series of tropical scenes for the forthcoming 13th instalment in the popular constructed reality show with their cast-mates.
And with the picturesque scene set, 31-year-old Lauren was seen confronting her hunky beau on the veranda of Ibiza Town hotel Es Vive on Tuesday afternoon.

Trouble in paradise: Lewis Bloor has some explaining to do as girlfriend Lauren Pope confronts him over cheating allegations in Ibiza
Trouble in paradise: Lewis Bloor has some explaining to do as girlfriend Lauren Pope confronts him over cheating allegations in Ibiza
As cameras rolled the busty TV personality looked less than pleased as she rounded on Lewis, 24, over allegations of cheating – after he greeted her with a cordial kiss on the cheek.
 

Sporting a stylish cream minidress Lauren looked tanned and toned during an earnest face-off with her boyfriend while they idled at the hotel’s outdoor bar.
The fledgling fashion designer completed a rather seasonal look with strappy peep-toe heels, while tinted Aviator sunglasses rounded things off.
Not best pleased: TV personality Lauren rounds on her boyfriend during an exchange outside Ibiza Town's hotel Es Vive on Tuesday 
Not best pleased: TV personality Lauren rounds on her boyfriend during an exchange outside Ibiza Town's hotel Es Vive on Tuesday 
Watch out Tom: Lauren cuts a stylish figure in a cream minidress and peep toe heels as she approached the railing, where her boyfriend waited for an earnest face-off
Watch out Tom: Lauren cuts a stylish figure in a cream minidress and peep toe heels as she approached the railing, where her boyfriend waited for an earnest face-off
Watch out Lewis: Lauren cuts a stylish figure in a cream minidress and peep toe heels as she approached the railing, where her boyfriend waited for an earnest face-off

Ryder Cup 2014: United States reduce Europe's lead to one point



Ryder Cup 2014: United States reduce Europe's lead to one point

Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter grabbed a vital half to keep Europe in front 6½-5½ after a strong United States fightback in the Saturday morning fourballs at Gleneagles.
The European duo pegged back Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker on the final green to prevent America drawing level following two earlier wins.
Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan beat Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood 4&3, and Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth defeated Thomas Bjorn and Martin Kaymer 5&3 as the USA threatened to dominate.

Saturday's foursomes (Europe first)

Justin Rose & Henrik Stenson won 5&4 v Bubba Watson & Webb Simpson
Thomas Bjorn & Martin Kaymer A/S Rickie Fowler & Jimmy Walker
Stephen Gallacher & Ian Poulter lost 5&4 to Jordan Spieth & Patrick Reed
Rory McIlroy & Ian Poulter halved Jimmy Walker & Rickie Fowler
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson won their third straight point in a thrilling opening match with a 3&2 win against Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar, but it required some Poulter magic to turn around the final group.
The Englishman, Europe's top points scorer in the last three Ryder Cups, was out of sorts alongside world number one McIlroy, who largely carried his side in a tight battle against Walker and Fowler.
The Americans, who had halved both of their previous matches, went one up for the first time at the 13th, but Poulter revived memories of his fist-pumping and eye-bulging of two years ago with a chip-in for a crucial half on the 15th and a birdie on the 16th to get back to all-square.
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Ryder Cup 2014: Rickie Fowler & Ian Poulter in day's best shots
Ryder Cup 2014: Rickie Fowler & Ian Poulter in day's best shots
Still level going up the last, both Europeans secured a birdie four leaving Fowler a 20ft eagle putt for the match, which he missed.
"I made a couple of quick birdies to start the match off, which was great, and then fell asleep in the middle," said Poulter.
Leading 5-3 overnight, Europe struck the first blow on Saturday when Rose and Stenson set a new Ryder Cup record for a fourball match of 12 under in their thrilling win over Masters champion Watson and Kuchar. The 21 under collectively for both sides was another record and was testament to the quality of play.
Europe trailed by two after six but Stenson's birdie on seven - and a long Rose birdie putt on eight sparked Europe's renaissance. The Englishman holed a putt from off the green on the 10th for a good half, and when Stenson dropped a curling 20-footer on the 12th, the Europeans took the lead for the first time.

Saturday's fourballs (Europe first)

Jamie Donaldson & Lee Westwood v Zach Johnson & Matt Kuchar
Sergio Garcia & Rory McIlroy v Jim Furyk & Hunter Mahan
Martin Kaymer & Justin Rose v Jordan Spieth & Patrick Reed
Victor Dubuisson & Graeme McDowell v Jimmy Walker & Ricky Fowler
Rose added another to win the 13th and sealed an absorbing match with a further birdie on 16, but the scoreboard was all red behind.
"From start to finish, we played well and they played well but it's unheard of to finish with 10 birdies in a row," said Rose, who sunk a series of improbable putts to take his overall Ryder Cup record to an impressive nine wins and three defeats.
"I was forcing myself to stay in the zone, it's so hard to come by when it gets like that and you just don't want to burst your bubble."
"It was it was one-half Stenson, one-and-a-half part Rose," said Stenson, who was given a break for the afternoon to rest his sore back.
"Justin played phenomenally all week, and luckily I was there to back him up on a couple of occasions."
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Europe's Justin Rose
Ryder Cup 2014: Justin Rose sinks 'superb' double birdies
Furyk and Mahan went ahead at the first and never let the Europeans - who combined for a point on Donaldson's debut on Friday - get back to as much as level.
Spieth and Reed, upset at being left out of the Friday foursomes, followed up their opening 5&4 win with another resounding effort against Danish veteran Bjorn and US Open champion Kaymer of Germany.
"We're both such good mid-to-long range putters that all we need to do is give ourselves chances and they're going to go in. We were a little upset at not making certain putts but ultimately our mental game kept us in the game early and then we warmed up," said Spieth.
But in a third finish on the 18th for McIlroy, the Europeans dug out a vital half point to stem the American tide.

2014 Ryder Cup on the BBC

Venue: Gleneagles, Scotland Dates: 26-28 September Start times: 07:35 and 13:15 BST on Friday and Saturday and 11:36 BST on Sunday.
Coverage: Live radio and text commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, online, tablets, mobiles and BBC Sport app. Highlights on BBC Two.
Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth
Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth have won both matches in their first Ryder Cup
Ian Poulter
Ian Poulter hit four birdies during the defeat to Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler
Justin Rose.
Justin Rose hit seven birdies during his morning win with Henrik Stenson
Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan
Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan lost the one match they played each on Friday

Rafael Nadal to make return from injury in China Open next week


Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal to make return from injury in China Open next week

Rafael Nadal will make his return to action in next week's China Open after recovering from the wrist injury that has sidelined him since Wimbledon.
The Spanish 14-time Grand Slam champion injured his right wrist while practising in Mallorca in late July and was forced to miss the US Open.
Seeded second, he will face France's Richard Gasquet in the first round.
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Australia's Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios's match-winning moment against Rafael Nadal
"I feel much better, I am in good shape. I am trying to forget the wrist," said 28-year-old Nadal.
"Every time when I come back after an injury I have an extra motivation."
Nadal's last competitive match was a fourth-round defeat by Australian Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon.
Although the wrist is not 100% healed, he said "the injury is not limiting" his ability to compete.
He added: "I just feel the wrist a little bit when I am starting, when I start to play every day, but then it disappears."
World number one Novak Djokovic is top seed in Beijing where Britain's Andy Murray will also compete.
The tournament begins on Monday

Premiership: Northampton Saints 31-24 Bath


Ben Foden

Premiership: Northampton Saints 31-24 Bath

Aviva Premiership

Northampton Saints 31 (17)
Tries: Penalty try, Clark, Day, G Pisi
Pen: Myler Cons: Myler 4
Bath 24 (10)
Tries: Wilson, Woodburn, Auterac
Pen: Ford Cons: Ford 3
Northampton extended their Premiership dominance over Bath to seven wins with a tense victory at Franklin's Gardens.
Bath were a man and a penalty try down early on after Luke Arscott's yellow card, with Calum Clark's try and a Stephen Myler penalty putting Saints 17-10 up at the break.
George Ford converted a Dave Wilson try and added a penalty for Bath.
Christian Day and George Pisi tries put Saints in control before Olly Woodburn and Nick Auterac hit back for Bath.
Northampton hung on for victory, with the TMO denying the visitors a fourth try two minutes from time, Saints captain Dylan Hartley appearing to get his body in the way as Bath looked to ground a potential leveller.

Saints v Bath

Bath's last Premiership triumph against Northampton came in February 2011.
It was Bath's first of the season and came a week after they thrashed Leicester Tigers 45-0.
Ben Foden helped create Northampton's first score, bursting clear with an impressive run.
The ball was eventually worked wide, where Arscott intervened to deliberately knock the ball down from a offside position to concede the penalty try as Kahn Fotuali'i looked to put Myler through.
Saints took advantage while Arscott was in the sin bin, with Pisi stumbling through a number of attempted tackles before the play was shifted left to Clark, who crossed unchallenged.
Prop Wilson hit back for Bath on 20 minutes, getting on the end of a Ford pass to power his way over the line.
Ford added the extras and then traded penalties with Myler, who kicked three from four to put Northampton seven points up at the interval.
Foden put Day over for the hosts' third try inside five minutes of the restart, with the lock bouncing off a tackle and over the line.
Pisi showed great strength to secure Northampton's bonus point and finish off a flowing move, originating with Foden, going through Luther Burrell and then on to his fellow centre. Myler added his fourth conversion to make it 31-10.
Some poor defending and a neat pass from Gavin Henson found Woodburn to spark Bath's revival, with Auterac coming off the bench to also touch down as Ford added both conversions to give the visitors hope.
But Bath could not force a draw, with some frantic defending by the champions proving enough to secure their third win of the season.
Northampton Saints: Foden; K Pisi, G Pisi, Burrell, North; Myler, Fotuali'i; Corbisiero, Hartley (capt), Ma'afu; Craig, Day; Clark, Fisher, Manoa.
Replacements: McMillan, A Waller, Denman, Harrison, Dowson, Dickson, Hooley, Wilson.
Bath: Arscott; Rokoduguni, Joseph, Eastmond, Woodburn; Ford, Cook; James, Webber, Wilson; Hooper (capt), Attwood; Fa'osiliva, Mercer, Houston.
Replacements: Dunn, Auterac, Thomas, Day, Ewels, Stringer, Henson, Devoto.
Sin bin: Arscott (8).
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Tim Wigglesworth (RFU)

Gerrard free-kick had put Reds ahead

Liverpool 1
Gerrard 65′
Team badge of Everton
Everton 1
Jagielka 90′
  • FT 90 +4
  • HT 0-0
Phil Jagielka

  • Jagielka scores sensational late equaliser
  • Gerrard free-kick had put Reds ahead
  • Balotelli hits bar moments later
  • Both sides have penalty claims turned down
  • Everton forward Mirallas is injured
Phil Jagielka's spectacular injury-time equaliser earned Everton an unlikely Premier League point in the 223rd Merseyside derby.
It had appeared Steven Gerrard's superb second-half free-kick would give Liverpool victory until Jagielka's scorching, swerving shot into the top corner from 30 yards stunned the home fans.
A draw will be a huge disappointment for Liverpool, who had come into the game desperate to kick-start their season after a sluggish beginning following their summer spending spree.
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Liverpool 1-1 Everton: Jagielka strike was special - Martinez
But the Reds' recent problems in finding the net again proved costly, with their failure to take their chances leaving them with one point from a game where they will feel they deserved all three, and just one win from their last five league matches.
Everton have also been in lacklustre form but, although they have still not won at Anfield for 15 years, a draw and their resolute defensive display represents a decent return on the day.

Match facts from Anfield

Mario Balotelli had more shots than Everton, 10 to the Toffees' seven
Steven Gerrard is the top scorer in Premier League Merseyside derbies with nine
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last 16 Merseyside derbies at Anfield with seven wins and nine draws
Despite the Merseyside derby having produced more red cards (20) than any other Premier League game, the last seven in all competitions have not featured any
The game began in typical derby fashion with a flurry of early incidents, starting with Gareth Barry's booking for taking out Liverpool's Adam Lallana inside the first 45 seconds.
There could have been an early penalty at either end, firstly when Alberto Moreno tugged back Everton striker Romelu Lukaku and then when Raheem Sterling's shot hit Barry's hand.
Romelu Lukaku and Alberto Moreno
Romelu Lukaku had an early penalty appeal turned down after being brought down by Alberto Moreno
But, in a week where there have already been 31 spot-kicks at Anfield - in the Reds' Capital One Cup win over Middlesbrough - referee Martin Atkinson chose not to add to that tally.
As well as fouls and misplaced passes, there were plenty of chances for the crowd to get excited about too.
Most of them went to Liverpool but, in the continued absence of injured striker Daniel Sturridge, who cut a frustrated figure in the stands, the Reds again struggled to create clear-cut openings.
Toffees keeper Tim Howard still had to be at his best to turn away Lallana's header from Gerrard's corner, and the American also punched away stinging efforts from Jordan Henderson and Sterling.


Liverpool 1-1 Everton: Brendan Rodgers 'frustrated' by derby draw
But Everton's leaky back-line, which had conceded 13 goals in the first five league games of the season, largely succeeded in keeping Mario Balotelli and the rest of the Liverpool attack at arms' length.
The pattern continued into the second half, with Liverpool having the better openings but unable to make the breakthrough.
It would fall to Gerrard, criticised for his performance in last week's defeat by West Ham, to change that in the 65th minute after Leighton Baines fouled Balotelli on the edge of the box.
Gerrard curled his free-kick over the wall and beyond Howard, who got a hand to the ball but could not keep it out.
Balotelli should have made it 2-0 soon after but hit the bar from Sterling's cross and, after sending another shot bouncing wide, his wait for a first league goal for Liverpool goes on.
It did not appear those misses would matter, such was the lack of threat the Toffees were posing.
But Jagielka had the last word in dramatic fashion, thundering home an unstoppable shot after a headed clearance from a corner fell to him on the half-volley well outside the area, and his 10th goal in Everton colours will be by far the most memorable he has scored.
Daniel Sturridge
Daniel Sturridge was not in Liverpool's match-day squad after failing to recover from a thigh injury
Kevin Mirallas
Everton's Kevin Mirallas lasted just 29 minutes before going off with what looked like a hamstring injury.
Steven Gerrard
Steven Gerrard's free-kick was his ninth goal in Merseyside derbies
Mario Balotelli
Mario Balotelli is still looking for his first Premier league goal for Liverpool after hitting the bar

Lineup, Bookings (3) & Substitutions (5)

Liverpool

  • 22 Mignolet
  • 18 Moreno Booked
  • 19 Manquillo
  • 37 Skrtel
  • 06 Lovren
  • 14 Henderson
  • 50 Markovic (Coutinho - 60' )
  • 31 Sterling
  • 08 Gerrard Booked
  • 20 Lallana
  • 45 Balotelli (Lambert - 88' )

Substitutes

  • 01 Jones
  • 03 Jose Enrique
  • 04 K Touré
  • 09 Lambert
  • 10 Coutinho
  • 21 Lucas
  • 30 Fernández Saez

Everton

  • 24 Howard
  • 26 Stones
  • 06 Jagielka
  • 02 Hibbert (Browning - 73' )
  • 03 Baines
  • 16 McCarthy
  • 17 Besic (Eto'o - 80' )
  • 18 Barry Booked
  • 14 Naismith
  • 11 Mirallas (McGeady - 31' )
  • 10 Lukaku

Substitutes

  • 01 Robles
  • 04 Gibson
  • 05 Eto'o
  • 07 McGeady
  • 21 Osman
  • 27 Browning
  • 30 Alcaraz
Ref: Martin Atkinson
Att: 44,511

Match Stats

Possession53%47%90minsLiverpoolEverton

Shots

24 11

On target

8 5

Corners

8 2

Fouls

8 9

Live Text Commentary

Full time
Full Time Match ends, Liverpool 1, Everton 1.
90:00 +3:38 Full time
Full Time Second Half ends, Liverpool 1, Everton 1.
90:00 +3:21 Attempt missed. Gareth Barry (Everton) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Leighton Baines following a set piece situation.
90:00 +2:26 Booking
Booking Alberto Moreno (Liverpool) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
90:00 +2:21 Romelu Lukaku (Everton) wins a free kick on the right wing.
90:00 +2:21 Foul by Alberto Moreno (Liverpool).
90:00 +1:00 Goal scored
Goal! Goal! Liverpool 1, Everton 1. Phil Jagielka (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box to the top right corner.
88:56 Corner, Everton. Conceded by Steven Gerrard.
87:36 Substitution
Substitution Substitution, Liverpool. Rickie Lambert replaces Mario Balotelli.
85:45 Attempt missed. Aiden McGeady (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Leighton Baines.
82:32 Foul by Leighton Baines (Everton).
82:32 Raheem Sterling (Liverpool) wins a free kick on the right wing.
80:51 Attempt missed. Samuel Eto'o (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Aiden McGeady.
79:53 Attempt missed. Mario Balotelli (Liverpool) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Simon Mignolet.
79:36 Substitution
Substitution Substitution, Everton. Samuel Eto'o replaces Muhamed Besic.
78:50 Foul by Muhamed Besic (Everton).
78:50 Mario Balotelli (Liverpool) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
76:53 Foul by Gareth Barry (Everton).
76:53 Mario Balotelli (Liverpool) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
73:04 Attempt missed. James McCarthy (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Phil Jagielka

Sub Frank Lampard grabs his fourth goal in a week

Hull 2
Mangala 21′ (og) Hernández 32′ (pen)
Team badge of Manchester City
Man City 4
Agüero 7′ Dzeko 11′, 68′ Lampard 87′
  • FT 90 +5
  • HT 2-2
Edin Dzeko

  • Edin Dzeko scores twice after Sergio Aguero opener
  • Eliaquim Mangala scores own goal and concedes penalty
  • Sub Frank Lampard grabs his fourth goal in a week
  • Hull winless since opening day
Two goals from Edin Dzeko ensured champions Manchester City overcame a resilient Hull City.
The visitors had taken a two-goal lead after Sergio Aguero's volley and a Dzeko strike from long range.
But Eliaquim Mangala headed into his own net, then conceded a penalty, from which Abel Hernandez made it 2-2.
However, Dzeko struck again from close range, then substitute Frank Lampard hit his fourth goal in a week to secure the win.
Aguero
Sergio Aguero was back for City after missing Wednesday's Capital One Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday
Last season at the KC Stadium, City overcame the early sending off of Vincent Kompany to record a defiant 2-0 victory.
They made a much better start this time, taking the lead after just seven minutes with a goal made in Argentina.
Pablo Zabaleta, back from a one-game suspension, did well to direct a header toward compatriot Aguero, who swivelled before firing a clinical volley past an exposed McGregor.
With the Tigers struggling to get out of their own half, Dzeko made it two when he picked up David Silva's pass, cut inside and curled a fine effort into the far corner from the edge of the box.
However, with the visitors appearing to be strolling to victory, Bruce's men found a way back in with a goal from nowhere when Mangala unwittingly powered Liam Rosenior's cross past a stunned Willy Caballero, who was making his first Premier League start in place of the benched Joe Hart.
Joe Hart
Joe Hart was dropped last November but won his place back from Costel Pantilimon
After half an hour they were level, and again it was down in no small part to Mangala, who this time went studs up into the chest of Hernandez in the area.
Referee Anthony Taylor, positioned feet away, pointed to the spot and Hernandez coolly sent Caballero the wrong way.
With a yellow card, a conceded penalty and an own goal inside the 32 minutes, it was turning into a bad day for City's £32m signing from Porto.
His mistakes did not prove too costly, however, as Dzeko latched onto Silva's pass before rolling a precise left-foot finish beyond McGregor on 68 minutes.
Caballero beat away a Gaston Ramirez shot and Tom Huddlestone had an effort deflected over, but substitute Lampard sealed it with his fourth goal in a week, sidefooting home Zabaleta's cross.
Abel Hernandez
Abel Hernandez looked to the heavens after scoring his penalty
City had gone three league games without a win following a shock loss to Stoke and draws with Arsenal and Chelsea. However, despite this win there will be plenty for manager Manuel Pellegrini to ponder on the journey back over the Pennines.
Former Manchester United defender Bruce will be delighted with the fightback but his side remain without a Premier League win since their opening day victory over QPR.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce: "They nearly blew us away in the first 10 minutes. Maybe we showed them too much respect. We were brave or stupid to play two up top. I thought 'we're at home let's give it a go'.
"We've conceded four and not done that badly. Sometimes you have to hold your hand up and say you have been beaten by the better team. We were brave and it nearly came off."
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "We were very unlucky with two individual mistakes. These things can happen. He [Mangala] was very unlucky with the own goal and after that he arrived late for penalty but we continue to trust him because he is a very good player who had very bad luck.
"It was very important to win three points here because we cannot allow to drop any more points on Chelsea."
Check out the best photos from today's Premier League games on the BBC Sport Facebook page. 
Lampard
Frank Lampard's late strike came after a goal against Chelsea and two against Sheffield Wednesday
Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero was substituted ahead of next week's Champions League clash with Roma
Hull
Hull fans arrived to find black and amber fans under their seats
Edin Dzeko
Dzeko signed a new four-year deal at Manchester City in August

Lineup, Bookings (2) & Substitutions (6)

Hull City

  • 01 McGregor
  • 26 Robertson (Brady - 83' )
  • 02 Rosenior
  • 06 Davies
  • 21 Dawson
  • 08 Huddlestone
  • 27 Elmohamady
  • 17 Diamé
  • 14 Livermore (Ben Arfa - 73' )
  • 09 Hernández (Ramírez - 74' )
  • 18 Jelavic

Substitutes

  • 04 Bruce
  • 05 Chester
  • 11 Brady
  • 22 Harper
  • 25 Ramírez
  • 29 Quinn
  • 34 Ben Arfa

Manchester City

  • 13 Caballero
  • 20 Mangala Booked
  • 22 Clichy Booked
  • 04 Kompany
  • 05 Zabaleta
  • 21 Silva (Demichelis - 78' )
  • 25 Fernandinho (Jesús Navas - 66' )
  • 42 Y Touré
  • 07 Milner
  • 16 Agüero (Lampard - 72' )
  • 10 Dzeko

Substitutes

  • 01 Hart
  • 03 Sagna
  • 11 Kolarov
  • 15 Jesús Navas
  • 18 Lampard
  • 26 Demichelis
  • 78 Pozo
Ref: Anthony Taylor
Att: 22,859

Match Stats

Possession60%40%90minsHull CityManchester City

Shots

9 20

On target

5 6

Corners

3 8

Fouls

10 6

Live Text Commentary

Full time
Full Time Match ends, Hull City 2, Manchester City 4.
90:00 +4:04 Full time
Full Time Second Half ends, Hull City 2, Manchester City 4.
90:00 +2:30 Attempt missed. James Milner (Manchester City) right footed shot from the centre of the box is too high.
90:00 +2:29 Attempt blocked. Frank Lampard (Manchester City) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Edin Dzeko.
90:00 +1:11 Martín Demichelis (Manchester City) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
90:00 +1:11 Foul by Mohamed Diamé (Hull City).
89:08 Foul by Martín Demichelis (Manchester City).
89:08 Mohamed Diamé (Hull City) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
88:38 Attempt saved. James Milner (Manchester City) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Jesús Navas.
86:42 Goal scored
Goal! Goal! Hull City 2, Manchester City 4. Frank Lampard (Manchester City) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Pablo Zabaleta.
85:37 Corner, Hull City. Conceded by Vincent Kompany.
85:35 Attempt blocked. Tom Huddlestone (Hull City) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Hatem Ben Arfa.
85:06 Attempt saved. Gastón Ramírez (Hull City) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. Assisted by Robbie Brady with a cross.
83:57 Booking
Booking Gaël Clichy (Manchester City) is shown the yellow card.
82:05 Substitution
Substitution Substitution, Hull City. Robbie Brady replaces Andrew Robertson.
78:20 Attempt missed. James Milner (Manchester City) left footed shot from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Pablo Zabaleta with a cross.
77:18 Substitution
Substitution Substitution, Manchester City. Martín Demichelis replaces David Silva.
76:20 Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City) wins a free kick on the right wing.
76:20 Foul by Tom Huddlestone (Hull City).
75:44 Corner, Manchester City. Conceded by Gastón Ramírez

Ryder Cup 2014 scores & results


Ryder Cup 2014 Score: Europe 10 USA 6

Ryder Cup 2014 scores & results

*All times BST

Saturday

Afternoon foursomes results
Europe Score USA
Donaldson & Westwood
Europe win 2&1
Johnson & Kuchar
Kaymer & Rose
A/S
Spieth & Reed
Garcia & McIlroy
Europe win 3&2
Furyk & Mahan
Dubuisson & McDowell
Europe win 5&4
Walker & Fowler
10
Overall
6

Session
½
Morning fourballs results
Europe Score USA
Rose & Stenson
Europe win 3&2
Watson & Kuchar
Donaldson & Westwood
USA win 4&3
Furyk & Mahan
Bjorn & Kaymer
USA win 5&3
Reed & Spieth
McIlroy & Poulter
A/S
Walker & Fowler

Overall


Session

Sunday

Singles at 12-minute intervals from 11:36 until 13:48

Friday

Afternoon foursomes results
Europe Score USA
Donaldson & Westwood
Europe win 2UP
Furyk & Kuchar
Rose & Stenson
Europe win 2&1
Mahan & Johnson
McIlroy & Garcia
A/S
Walker & Fowler
Dubuisson & McDowell
Europe win 3&2
Mickelson & Bradley
5
Overall
3

Session
½
Morning fourballs results
Europe Score USA
Rose & Stenson
Europe win 5&4
Watson & Simpson
Bjorn & Kaymer
A/S
Fowler & Walker
Gallacher & Poulter
USA win 5&4
Spieth & Reed
Garcia & McIlroy
USA win 1UP
Bradley & Mickelson

Overall


Session

Coverage

Ryder Cup 2014 on the BBC

Saturday: BBC Radio 5 live 08:30-18:30. Highlights: 20:30-22:30 BBC Two
Sunday: BBC Radio 5 live 11:00-18:30. Highlights: 19:30-21:30 BBC Two
Live text & radio commentary, and video highlights, of all three days available on the BBC Sport website.

Squads

Europe
Name Age Country Points rank (Eur) Points rank (World) World rank Apps
Paul McGinley (cap)
47
Ireland
-
-
-
-
Rory McIlroy
25
Northern Ireland
1
1
1
3rd
Henrik Stenson
38
Sweden
2
2
5
3rd
Sergio Garcia
34
Spain
5
3
3
7th
Justin Rose
34
England
7
4
6
3rd
Martin Kaymer
29
Germany
8
5
12
3rd
Thomas Bjorn
43
Denmark
6
6
30
3rd
Victor Dubuisson
24
France
2
7
23
1st
Jamie Donaldson
38
Wales
4
8
25
1st
Graeme McDowell
35
Northern Ireland
12
9
18
4th
Stephen Gallacher +
39
Scotland
11
10
34
1st
Ian Poulter +
38
England
9
12
38
5th
Lee Westwood +
41
England
19
16
44
9th
+ = captain's pick
Apps = Appearances at a Ryder Cup
USA
Name Age Points rank World rank Apps
Tom Watson (cap)
65
-
-
-
Bubba Watson
35
1
7
3rd
Rickie Fowler
25
2
10
2nd
Jim Furyk
44
3
4
9th
Jimmy Walker
35
4
19
1st
Phil Mickelson
44
5
11
10th
Matt Kuchar
36
6
9
3rd
Jordan Spieth
21
7
13
1st
Patrick Reed
24
8
27
1st
Zach Johnson
38
9
16
4th
Keegan Bradley +
28
13
26
2nd
Webb Simpson +
29
15
33
2nd
Hunter Mahan +
32
25
21
3rd
+ = captain's pick
Apps = Appearances at a Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup explained

• Matchplay scoring is used. Each hole is played in isolation, with the player or pair taking fewest shots winning that hole
• Foursomes will be played on the Friday and Saturday afternoons. Here, the players take alternate shots with just the one ball per pair
• Fourballs will be played on Friday and Saturday mornings. Teams send out pairs of players out against each other. There are four balls in play at once - one for each player - with the lowest score winning the hole
• On Sunday, 12 singles matches are played, with players head-to-head in solo contests
• One point is awarded for a match victory and half-a-point for a tie with a total of 28 available. Europe, as defending champions, need 14 points to retain the Ryder Cup; the USA need 14½ points to win the match and regain the trophy.

Rory McIlroy practises at Gleneagles
Ryder Cup - Did You Know?

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