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Loan watch: Knott bags brace



Winger Billy Knott helped loan club Woking to victory on Saturday with a brace in a 2-1 win over Hyde.

The 20 year-old put the Cardinals ahead after 10 minutes with a curled 20-yard effort which nestled in the top-corner.

Scott Spencer put Hyde on level terms before Knott struck again two minutes into the second-half to win the tie for Woking.

In the npower Championship, Ahmed Elmohamady was victorious on his return to Hull City - 1-0 winners at Millwall.

Former Sunderland midfielder David Meyler got the decisive goal just a minute into the game as Hull maintained their Play-Off push.

Finally, in the Bundesliga, Ji-Dong Won helped Augsburg to an invaluable point against Wolfsburg.

Central defender Naldo had Wolfsburg ahead in the 23rd minute before Jan Moravek equalised just two minutes later.

Ji started the match and played 88 minutes before being replaced by Andre Hahn.
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Date:Sunday February 3 2013

Time: 5:40PM

 

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