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Dempsey bails out Fulham again
by Paul Kennedy, April 10th, 2012 12:49AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Clint Dempsey scored his 16th goal of the English Premier League season to give Fulham a 1-1 tie with West London rival Chelsea. The late goal cost the Blues two points and a chance to move into fourth place in the EPL.

Dempsey's header off Damien Duff's corner kick skipped off Chelsea defender Gary Cahill's back into the net to add to his club record.

"When you've got Clint in the team, you know you've got a chance," Fulham captain Danny Murphy said. "He's been on an unbelievable run of form. He keeps bailing us out."

Tim Howard earned another shutout as Everton beat Sunderland, 4-0.



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