Bobby Zamora breaks goal drought as Fulham ease past West Brom

22 February 2009 03:45
Bobby Zamora scored his first Premier League since September as Fulham enjoyed a comfortable victory over West Bromwich Albion.

Zamora had played more than 29 hours of Premier League football since his last goal but tapped home the opener from point-blank range before strike partner Andy Johnson added his ninth of the season in all competitions to seal a well-earned victory.

The home side struck the woodwork on four separate occasions with Clint Dempsey, Brede Hangeland and, on two occasions, Danny Murphy the men to miss out, while Roman Bednar missed an injury-time penalty for the visitors.

Fulham have climbed to eighth place – 10 points clear of the relegation places.

Source: Telegraph