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Fulham manager Martin Jol had his hands tied, being forced to use two substitutes on injuries, but his side pulled out a solid result thanks to Pajtim Kasami’s header at the start of the second half from the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland started the better side early, with their midfielders pressing hard and earning lots of possession in the beginning. Cabral fired in a searching shot in the first five minutes. Fulham found its footing slowly though, and by the 15th minute the two teams were going back and forth.
Injury-prone Kieran Richardson did his hamstring in the 18th minute, and Matthew Briggs came on to replace the injured left-back.
Cabral again fancied a shot from outside the top of the box in the 26th minute but it fizzed wide right. The Black Cats regained control of possession late in the first half, but Jozy…
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