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Copy from Football Unlimited of 26/10/2005.
They inhabit different divisions but there was precious little to choose between these teams until Craig Bellamy's catalytic second-half introduction. The Wales striker may be Graeme Souness's bjte noir but he conjured all three of Blackburn's goals after stepping off the bench, thereby prefacing a prolonged eulogy from the normally reticent Mark Hughes.
"Craig's our top dog," enthused Blackburn's manager who, courtesy of two cute passes and a cross, had seen him create the openings which propelled his side into the fourth round of a competition he insists he is taking deadly seriously.
"There are not many strikers with Craig's ability in the Premiership," Hughes continued. "He's not quite there fitness wise yet after his knee problems but he was still excellent."