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Live Reporting

By Phil Shepka

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    Hull City

    That's just about it from me. Remember, there's live text and BBC One coverage of the Women's FA Cup final ongoing here.

    We've got two more Football League play-off games to bring you later on - starting with Barnsley v Walsall from 17:15 BST.

    Thanks for your company.

  2. Hull close to Wembley final

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    Hull fans - Phil Cartwright's match report will make great reading for you...

    Derby County 0-3 Hull City

    Hull striker Abel Hernandez

    Hull take a big step towards Wembley, convincingly winning the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final at Derby.

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  3. 'Leave the protests at home'

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    And finally from Hull manager Steve Bruce: "I hope the fans can fill the place and leave the protests (against owner Assem Allam) at home.

    "We need to go and enjoy the game, we've got to be ready and focused for Tuesday and make sure we get the job done."

  4. 'We need to keep our concentration'

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    Steve Bruce

    More from Hull manager Steve Bruce: "We worked all week at playing on the counter attack. Derby went a little bit direct which played into our hands and then we could break. 

    "The full-backs have got bright futures, they want to get forward, they've got the energy levels to get up the pitch.

    "We'll be in tomorrow, everybody's delighted now, but we need to keep our concentration."

  5. 'The best we've played in a long time'

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    Hull boss Steve Bruce tells Sky Sports: "It's a big play-off game against a good Derby team and you don't expect to win 3-0. I think it's the best we've played in a long, long time. 

    "When you're away from home, to start with you've got to be rock solid. I don't think they've had a chance.

    "It's testament to the team and the way they've worked."

  6. 'We can't get carried away'

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    Hull City's Moses Odubajo tells Sky Sports: "It's a great result from the lads, we can't get carried away, we'll be back in training tomorrow and getting ready for the game on Tuesday."

  7. 'Hull dominated the game'

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    Peter Swan

    Former Hull player at iPro Stadium, BBC Radio Humberside

    "A fantastic performance - Hull have had their luck, they've had their breaks and they've performed to the highest level. They dominated the game."

  8. Post update

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  9. 'Hopefully we can get the job done'

    FT: Derby 0-3 Hull

    Hull captain Michael Dawson tells Sky Sports: "It's massive. We're only halfway there. Coming to a place like this, after them beating us twice in the league - it was a magnificent performance.

    "We had patches where we didn't play as well as we know we can, but in the semi-final of a play-off, it doesn't matter how you play.

    "We've got a 3-0 lead to take into Tuesday and hopefully we can get the job done."

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  11. 'Absolutely stunned'

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    Steve Claridge

    Ex-Leicester striker at iPro Stadium, BBC Radio 5 live

    "I am absolutely stunned - I thought this was going to be a close tie. They have absolutely devastated them. Everything Hull have done has worked perfectly, everything Derby have done has just not worked.

    "Hull are the team that have looked the more dangerous going forward. At 3-0 you fear for Derby in the second leg, there is nothing for them to play for."

  12. Full-time

    Derby 0-3 Hull

    Hull City celebrate
  13. GOAL - Derby 0-3 Hull

    Andrew Robertson

    Andrew Robertson has taken Hull City a giant step closer to Wembley with a superb counter-attacking goal.

    Tom Ince's corner doesn't beat the first man, and Hull break clear. They break with four men on three Derby defenders and left-back Robertson has a number of options on the edge of the area. He elects to shoot and doesn't regret it when it nestles in the far corner.

    Delirium for the Tigers. Despair for the Rams.

    Andrew Robertson
  14. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Nick Blackman finds a little bit of space on the edge of the Hull box, or so he thinks. His strike at goal is blocked by about four Hull bodies. But Derby have a corner here. What can they do here?

  15. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Hull manager Steve Bruce was looking around at third-choice Dusan Kuciak, yet to make his Hull debut, but Eldin Jakupovic can continue.

    Then almost immediately after the restart, Hull's Chuba Akpom is put in by Mo Diame, but fires wide.

  16. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Darren Bent has been thrown on by Derby to make a menace of himself and this is what he does here. He flicks on a long ball into the area towards Tom Ince, but Eldin Jakupovic and Moses Odubajo get in the Derby man's way.

    They also smash into each other, leaving Jakupovic, himself in for the injured Allan McGregor, and Odubajo both needing treatment.

  17. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    We've got five minutes of added on time. Five minutes for Derby to find some crumb of comfort to take from this match.

  18. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Hull have the chance to make it 3-0 when Chuba Akpom takes the ball off the toes of the ready-to-shoot Jake Livermore and plays in Ahmed Elmohamady.

    The Egyptian runs past a defender into the area but is forced wide by Scott Carson and can only hit the side netting.

  19. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Derby sub Darren Bent is immediately involved in the action but is offside from a high ball into the area.

    It's been one of those sorts of days.

    Richard Keogh
  20. Post update

    Derby 0-2 Hull

    Steve Claridge

    Ex-Leicester striker at iPro Stadium, BBC Radio 5 live

    "If it stays at 2-0, Derby have got the proverbial mountain to climb and on what we have seen today, you wouldn't expect them to reach those feats.

    "There has been no energy in their play, they have been forcing the ball forward rather than playing it.

    "They've lacked patience and control in this game and as soon as they conceded that goal you could feel in the ground the lack of anticipation as to what was going to happen.

    "It's almost as if the players have taken a leaf out of that. It's been really frustrating and disappointing and Derby have been a poor second best today."