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Zamora makes his point

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Fulham striker Bobby Zamora fired his club back into the top half of the Barclays Premier League then taunted his critics with his celebration at Craven Cottage.

The 28-year-old struck early on against Steve Bruce's men then pushed team-mate Damien Duff out of the way to finish off his gesture, which appeared to be aimed at home fans.

While Zamora's work-rate is appreciated by boss Roy Hodgson, his goal against Sunderland was only his 10th in two seasons since arriving from West Ham.

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Sunderland
Fulham
Bobby Zamora
Football
Premier League
Steve Bruce
Damien Duff

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