Let’s go back in time this Throwback Thursday to October 2020 when Fleetwood Town managed to beat Hull City 4-1 in a league fixture at Highbury Stadium.
Harvey Saunders continued his recent run of scoring as he managed to bag a goal either side of a Callum Camps strike from close range. Sam Stubbs also got on the score sheet to score his first goal for the club late on in the game.
Saunders found himself on the score sheet early on in the first half as he dribbled down the right, taking on his man before powering his strike past the goalkeeper.
Not long after, Hull went back on the attack and equalised through a George Honeyman strike. Wilks was played through the backline and played the ball to the midfielder who found the top corner.
After the restart, Saunders latched onto a loose pass from the Hull defence and burst towards goal. Rather than going himself, he played the ball across the box to Camps who slotted home.
Fleetwood doubled their lead soon after as Ched Evans drilled a low cross into the Hull area and Saunders was there to tap the ball in to score his second of the game.
Stubbs added to the scoreline late on as he headed a corner into the ground, just in front of Ingram and the bounce saw it go past the Matt Ingram.
Here are the highlights from the game if you want a recap: