While all eyes were on the promotion prize last weekend, it didn’t escape our notice that the win at Lincoln City set a new club record.
The 2-1 victory at the LNER Stadium was Hull City’s 13th league success away from home this season, surpassing the club’s previous best tally of 12 away league wins achieved during the 1965/66 campaign.
After recently breaking the club record for the number of away goals scored in a league season, also previously set in 1965/66, this latest milestone once again highlights just how impressive Grant McCann’s side has been on its travels in 2020/21.
The Tigers have taken 43 points from their 22 away trips, with just one away game still to come against Charlton Athletic on the final day of the campaign. A massive 48 goals have been scored in those 22 outings, with an impressive away goal difference of +25 as it currently stands.
Hull City’s Top Seasons On The Road:
2020/21* – 13 League Wins
1965/66* – 12 League Wins
1982/83* & 2012/13* – 11 League Wins
1909/10, 1948/49* & 2004/05* – 10 League Wins