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It's all over and Cardiff have won the first ever top-flight south Wales derby thanks to a second-half goal from former Swansea defender Steven Caulker. It may not have been a classic for the neutral but the home fans won't care one bit as the celebrations on this special occasion begin in the pouring rain. The result lifts Cardiff above Swansea in the table to 12th but there's no doubt it's the local bragging rights which mean much more at the moment.
Campebell chases a long ball forward and only has Vorm to beat. The striker heads it past the Swans goalkeeper, who then brings him down just outside the box, giving Mike Dean no option but to show the red card.
Medel leaves the field to a very well-deserved enthusiastic applause from the home crowd, and Bo-Kyung Kim comes on in his place.
The first yellow card of the game is eventually shown to Whittingham, who cuts down Chico with a needlessly fierce tackle.
The was Routledge's last action of the match as he leaves the field to be replaced by Alvaro Vazquez.
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