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The thing about Sunderland is that they are collectively and individually very poor - but for the first hour or so we more than matched them. (Indeed when Duberry came on we achieved new levels.)
Copy from Football Unlimited of 27/12/2002.
Leeds United at last managed to put some daylight between themselves and the relegation dogfight, but they had the diminutive figure of James Milner to thank for dragging them back into a game in which they were very much second best.
Milner became the youngest goalscorer in the Premiership when he slithered in to meet a wicked cross from Jason Wilcox just after half-time, but more important to the visitors was the confidence he restored in them. They had been wilting visibly during the first half.
Terry Venables, whose day was made by a late penalty winner from Robbie Fowler, must now think his luck is beginning to turn. Injuries had robbed him of Jonathan Woodgate - which meant he had to pair two full-backs, Danny Mills and Teddy Lucic, in central defence - and Lee Bowyer, who had an ankle injury and was left out of the squad altogether.