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Despite being booed by his former employers, controversial Nigerian forward Osaze Odemwingie smiled home after his current side Cardiff City defeated West Bromich Albion 1-o through a Peter Whittingham goal in the 65th minute. The defeat ended Cardiff’s five-match without-a-win streak and condemned West Brom to a fourth-straight defeat.
The defeat culminated in the sack of Steve Clarke who will now be referred to as erstwhile manager of West Brom
Osaze Odemwingie nearly scored through a free-kick but Boaz Myhill managed to force a super-save
The fleet-footed player also had a penalty appeal turned down by Howard Webb when a West Brom player appeared to pull his shirt when he was about to take a decisive final touch inside the box.
Osaze was substituted for Bo-Kyung Kim in the 90th minute.
Cardiff City now lie 14th on the English Premier League table with 17 points from 16 games.
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