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Loic Remy opens the scoring for Newcastle against Cardiff

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Newcastle manager is carrying on regardless helped by his army of goal-scoring French imports

A dejected David Marshall, Ben Turner and Steven Caulker look on after Paulinho's injury-time winner

Cardiff 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1 match report: Late Paulinho strike makes it ‘1-0 to the Tottenham’ – again

Goalkeeper David Marshall had kept the opposition out for over 90 minutes as Spurs barraged his goal but Andre Villas-Boas' side leave Wales with the three points

A dejected David Marshall, Ben Turner and Steven Caulker look on after Paulinho's injury-time winner

Cardiff 0 Tottenham 1 match report: Injury time Paulinho strike finally breaks Bluebirds resistance for last-gasp Spurs

Goalkeeper David Marshall had kept the opposition out for over 90 minutes as Spurs barraged his goal but Andre Villas-Boas' side leave Wales with the three point

Peter Whittingham equalised for Cardiff, with the despair of the Hull players clearly visible

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Relegation candidates share the points at the KC Stadium

Gareth Bale (L) in training and Wales boss Chris Coleman (R)

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Manchester City’s Costel Pantilimon watches a shot sail wide at Wembley

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Gareth Bale celebrates scoring Wales' winner

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Match Report: Cool Tomasz Kuszczak leaves Cardiff with red faces

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Bellamy strike proves enough to punish Leicester

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