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The final whistle goes and Fulham run out deserved 3-0 winners. West Brom fought hard in the second period but the damage was done in the first half when Berbatov scored twice and Odemwingie was sent off.
Duff is given a tremendous ovation as he goes off to be replaced by youngster Smith for the final couple of minutes.
GOAL Sidwell puts the icing on the cake for Fulham with a volley from close range after Foster had saved from Kasami and the ball looped up for Rodallega to head against the crossbar.
Fulham manager Jol makes his first change, bringing on Kasami for Kacaniklic for the closing stages.
West Brom make their third and final change, replacing Yacob with another summer signing in Rosenberg.
West Brom kick us off in the second half and they have made a double change at the break, bringing on-loan Chelsea striker Lukaku and Brunt on for Fortune and Long.
The half-time whistle goes and Fulham are firmly in control as they lead 2-0 against ten men. Berbatov has been the star with both goals, while West Brom have completely unravelled in the past 15 minutes or so.
GOAL Berbatov steps up and sends Foster the wrong way, with the goalkeeper diving to his right and the Bulgarian coolly firing his penalty into the open expanse of goal.
PENALTYJones may have done well in attack but he is found wanting as he races back to defend and brings down the lively Kacaniklic, and it is an easy decision for the referee to point to the spot.
RED CARD Odemwingie is given his marching orders after a rush of blood to the head sees him lose his temper and lash out at Riether with a wild kick from behind. The referee has no choice and brandishes a straight red.
GOAL Berbatov marks his home debut with a fine goal, curling a superb finish into the top corner from just inside the area after good work by Kacaniklic down the left wing.
Chris writes: 'Watching from China and although my heart says the Baggies can continue their fine form and they have proved defensively strong as well as putting the goals away I think it will be a scoring draw .. Boing Boing and hope they prove me wrong and show the first 3 games were not flukes.'
Sully says: 'Albion have had a great start but Fulham is always a difficult place to play at. Will be happy with the Baggies getting a point so 1-1 for me.'
Gabriel is the first to get in touch, saying: 'Fulham fans will have been a bit disgruntled by their 3-0 defeat at West Ham after an otherwise encouraging start to the season- it's important that they put that behind them today. West Brom have done brilliantly to get seven pts from three tricky opening games but Fulham have got a good home record and I think that plus the introduction of Berbatov will see them end the Baggies unbeaten start. 2-1 the Cottagers.'
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