Sunday Express - Sun 16 Dec 2001 - Page 106
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Tigana's Fulham left shell-shocked as their proud Cock-a-hoop
The sides were deadlocked after a lively first half but the home side piled on the pressure after the interval and were rewarded with two goals in two minutes. Steve McGavin opened the scoring from a 50th-minute penalty after Gav Graham was pulled up for a tug on Mark Stein.
Bolton goal drought getting to Allardyce "
"Just like the Fulham game we created enough opportunities to win the match, but turning chances and possession into goals is proving to be a big problem for us and it is leaving us very frustrated," he said.
BOLTON CHARLTON 0 0 THERE was precious little chance of the Premiership's 10,000th goal being scored by Bolton, given their troubles at home this season.
Scottish Action PREMIERSHIP
CELTIC'S match against Dundee was stopped for 15 minutes after a floodlight failure at Parkhead.