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Blues bundled out by Wolves

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Wolves deservedly booked their place in the FA Cup fourth round with a 2-0 derby victory over Birmingham - thanks in part to an inadvertent interception from referee Howard Webb.

The Barclays Premier League official innocently blocked Radhi Jaidi's 51st-minute pass in the centre-circle - and in the process, directed to ball to Wolves striker Andy Keogh who broke clear, leaving Sam Vokes to put the visitors two goals up from close range.

The impressive Keogh had earlier given the visitors, four-time FA Cup-winners, a half-time lead which their neat approach play had merited against their Coca-Cola Championship promotion rivals.

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Football
Radhi Jaidi
Championship
Premier League
Sam Vokes
Birmingham
Wolverhampton Wanderers
FA Cup

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