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Odemwingie stars for Bristol City

Former Stoke City forward, Osaze Odemwingie was the saviour for Bristol City in their 1-1 home draw against Rotterham United in an English Championship game on Monday night.
The Nigeria international was on target for the Robins as his side came from a goal down to secure a point in their Championship game against the Millers on Monday
The visitors got the lead through Matt Derbyshire in the 12th minute, firing past goalkeeper Richard O’Donnell after receiving a pass from Richard Wood whose long punt down the middle caught centre-backs Aden Flint and Nathan Baker.
Odemwingie’s leveled scores for his side in the 54th minute at the Ashton Gate with a vicious left-foot strike from 16 yards after Golbourne’s free kick was cleared in his path.
The former Cardiff City forward after an impressive display made way for Jonathan Kodjia with left than ten minutes to play.

The result sees Bristol City lie in 20th place in the English Championship log with Bolton Wanderers at the base of the table with 24 points.

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