Gera returns in Baggies win

Zoltan Gera made his return to action for West Brom as they beat Copenhagen 3-0 in a pre-season friendly in Denmark on Wednesday night.

Last Updated: 25/07/12 at 21:47 Post Comment

Gera: Returned to action for Baggies

Gera: Returned to action for Baggies

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The Hungarian, who has been absent since rupturing knee ligaments against

Tottenham in December, was a 71st-minute substitute at Parken Stadion.

The Baggies led 1-0 at that point thanks to Steven Reid's 15th-minute goal.

And two late strikes gave the scoreline an emphatic look, with Shane Long

winning and converting an 89th-minute penalty and Gabriel Tamas netting the

third in stoppage time.

Goalscorer Reid wrote on Twitter afterwards: "Nice to get a 90 (minutes) under the belt and a good 3 nil win! Good end 2 a great trip!''

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