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Blues Hammer Leeds United

It was the Nikola Zigic show at Elland Road tonight when the tall Serbian hit all for of Birmingham`s goals as they hammered Leeds United 4-1 in their own back yard.

Leeds took the lead in this game, but Zigic soon set about making the Leeds defence look like clowns and silencing the home supporters.

It could have been worse for Leeds had Zigic not gone off after picking up an injury landing awkwardly.

But by then the damage was done and Blues romped home to their sixth win on the bounce.

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Date:Tuesday January 31 2012

Time: 10:38PM

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No harm to andy O'Brien but too many more results and transfer windows like these and we will all be checking into that clinic for depression
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