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Bolton manager Dougie Freedman paid homage to Lee Chung-Yong after the South Korean midfielder edged the home side in front after falling behind early on.

Freedman's side were a goal down early in the game when Nikola Zigic headed home, but Marcus Alonso soon had the two side's level once again.

Then Lee scored a stunning goal to put the hosts in front and there was only going to be one winner from there on in.

Keith Andrews made sure of the points from the penalty spot, but Freedman was most pleased with Lee's effort, especially as last season he suffered a broken leg.

Freedman told reporters after the game: 'It was a wonderful goal from a wonderful player and he deserves all the credit he gets because he had a horrible injury and he's worked so hard to get back from it.'
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Date:Sunday December 30 2012

Time: 11:45PM

 

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