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West Ham Utd v Birmingham: half time report


Filed: Saturday, 9th February 2008
By: Matthew O'Greel


The Hammers find themselves level at the break after an entertaining first half at the Boleyn.

The Hammers took a richly deserved 7th minute lead through Freddie Ljungberg before the visitors equalised midway through the half from the penalty spot - the first time in five efforts that Rob Green has been beaten from 12 yards this season.

We'll have more for you at the final whistle.





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