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West Ham 0-0 Bristol City

Championship    2011-12
Upton Park   27,980
  SubsGoals  
1Robert Green    
3George McCartney    
18Julien Faubert    
17Joey O'Brien    
2Winston Reid    
5James Tomkins    
4Kevin Nolan    
16Mark Noble    
7Sam Baldock    
30Frederic Piquionne    
19Freddie Sears    
15Abdoulaye FayeSubed #2   
9Carlton ColeSubed #7   
21Papa Bouba DiopSubed #19   
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2West Ham United1542214942112428
3Middlesbrough152509551210727
4Crystal Palace153418540310725
5Derby County1442114631361124
6Hull City14402753327824
7Leeds United14421127223131322
8Leicester City154031192429922
9Birmingham City1242081213101221
10Cardiff City14421151014291021
11Brighton and Hove Albion1523210103237720
12Ipswich Town1440311922381520
13Peterborough United154031812215111519
14Blackpool1441213613371319
15Millwall1534112512471218
16Reading15142893237618
17Burnley1423313123036818
18Barnsley1532310914271018
19Nottingham Forest1522481230471217
20Portsmouth1541210603561216
21Watford1531481313371216
22Coventry City152327603541412
23Bristol City1502541222471410
24Doncaster Rovers151345111065159
match review copied from

West Ham 0 Bristol City 0

West Ham lost further ground to npower Championship leaders Southampton after drawing a blank against lowly Bristol City.

Boss Sam Allardyce has this week brushed off criticism of his side's style of play, claiming teams that gain promotion need to know how to win ugly.

But a stalemate at home to the side who kicked off propping up the division will be hard to stomach for the second-placed Hammers.

In fairness they would surely have won at a canter had Frederic Piquionne's radar not deserted him in front of goal, while Kevin Nolan was twice denied by David James and Freddie Sears was a whisker away when he rattled a post.

But City, full of confidence after a first win under new boss Derek McInnes on Saturday, were themselves a threat on the break and also hit the woodwork.

Allardyce was forced into an early reshuffle when Winston Reid suffered a nasty shoulder injury defending a City corner in the seventh minute and had to be replaced by Abdoulaye Faye.

Nevertheless, the hosts almost opened the scoring after a quarter of an hour when young striker Sears curled his shot from outside the area onto the foot of the post.

Unfortunately, it was to be the closest they came all game.

Former Hammers keeper James kept out Piquionne's downward header with an extravagant diving save and also stuck out a hand to divert Nolan's low shot, but West Ham did not have everything their own way in the first half.

Robert Green was fortunate to see Marvin Elliott's shot deflected straight at him and was even more relieved when Neil Kilkenny's daisy-cutter wrong-footed the home defence but clipped the side of the post.

West Ham should have taken the lead on the stroke of half-time when Julien Faubert's cross was met by Piquionne but the French striker's header was too close to James.

Moments after the restart Piquionne fired another good opportunity into the side-netting and then headed straight at James again.

None of skipper Nolan's four goals this season has come at Upton Park but he must have thought he was about to break his home duck when put through by Piquionne, only for James to spread himself well and save with his legs.

Still the chances came and went, with Faubert blazing over the top and substitute Carlton Cole following suit.

But the winner just would not come - and it could have been a whole lot worse for Allardyce but City sub Yannick Bolasie fired narrowly wide in the 89th minute and Green had to finger-tip a deflected corner wide in stoppage time.

Nonetheless, City celebrated a hard-earned point to leave Allardyce and an increasingly disgruntled home faithful frustrated.

Teams:

West Ham Green, O'Brien, Tomkins, Reid (Faye 7), McCartney, Faubert, Nolan, Noble, Sears (Diop 76), Baldock (Cole 68), Piquionne.

Subs Not Used: Kurucz, Hall.

Bristol City James, Skuse, Fontaine, Cisse (Wilson 81), McGivern, Adomah, Elliott, Kilkenny, Nyatanga, Woolford (Bolasie 67), Maynard (Clarkson 87).

Subs Not Used: Gerken, Pitman.

Att: 27,980

Ref: Mark Haywood (W Yorkshire).

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