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Goal Changed The Game

Goal Changed The Game

Kelvin Davis has said Sunderland's opener was bitter to swallow, as he believes we were on top in the first half.

Speaking to saintsfc after the game, Davis admitted we weren't at our best, but he did think the goal was harsh.

'We were in control of the game for much of the first half, but the goal changed it. We got in at half time thinking there was still something in the game for us but we didn't quite get out of second gear. We showed flashes but we didn't have the finishing touch today.'

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Date:Saturday December 22 2012
Time: 7:52PM

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