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Fulham still in relegation zone after 2-2 draw with visiting Hull in English Premier League

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LONDON - Fulham remained in the English Premier League relegation zone after blowing a two-goal lead and conceding a 2-2 draw with visiting Hull on Saturday.

A dreary, scoreless first half prompted Fulham coach Felix Magath to substitute in Ashkan Dejagah and Kieran Richardson, and they inspired two quick goals. Eight minutes into the second half, Dejagah curved home the opener, then Richardson's cross was glanced in by Fernando Amorebieta.

Out of nowhere, Nikica Jelavic scored off a rebound to put Hull back in the contest in the 75 minute. Hull then hit the posts twice before Shane Long headed in Sone Aluko's cross three minutes from time for the draw, and leave Fulham 18th in the league with two games left.

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