That's it! The final whistle is blown and Sunderland come back from the dead to draw 2-2.
GOAL! Colback fires into the ground and past Marshall. Incredible from Sunderland. 2-2. Last kick of the game! This is why we love the Premier Legaue.
Giaccherini has a sighter but it's wide. Time is nearly up!
Caulker with a superbly timed tackle. He stood up to that one really well.
Theophile-Catherine running the ball down the right to kill some time. Vincent Tan look on anxiously.
CHANCE! Roberge shoots but Marshall concedes a corner. Pressure well and truly on at the moment. Kitchen sink.
We will have 5 minutes of time added on.
Altidore then goes down on the edge of the box. No foul though.
Fletcher has a half chance from a tight angle but it's straight at Mannone.
CHANCE! Colback has a chance on the edge of the box but it goes agonisingly wide.
Gardner has a go but he slices it over.
real urgency about Sunderland now.
No more than Sunderland deserve but will their first half display prove costly?
GOAL! Terrific poaching goal from Fletcher. Giaccherini with a great cross.
Up and under for Mannone but he claims, eventually.
Cornelius on Campbell (to a standing ovation) off.
Good news from hospital. Borini is now conscious.
Kim makes way for Gunnarsson.
Altidore heads wide. It's another half chance for the visitors.
Excellent defending from Caulker. He took the lot there.
Campbell claims a corner after a huge deflection. His direct style has really worked well this evening.
Noone will be replaced by Cowie.
Better from Altidore.
Altidore has a shot from the edge of the area but Marshall gathers.
Kim weaves into the box but Sunderland recover in time.
Bardsley down and Campbell receives a yellow.
Concern at the break for Borini who has been taken to hospital.
CHANCE! Giaccherini has an opportunity but it's a great block by Turner.
Dossena wins a corner. The ball then falls to Ki but Marshall stands up to the shot well.
CHANCE! Cattermole volleys over from a corner. Great effort.
Larsson's free-kick is headed wide. Corner.
Altidore wins a free-kick and Sunderland will have to respond quickly.
Mutch ha s a strike after Sunderland fail to clear. Straight at the 'keeper this time.
Sunderland slightly unlucky they had shown promising signs.
GOAL! Campbell taps in from close range after a lovely cross from Noone. Sunderland sleeping again. He deserves that.
Fletcher gives away a free-kick on John and Cardiff will be thankful of the rest.
Giaccherini applying pressure when he can. Better from Sunderland. Ki strides forward but Cardiff clear.
Altidore dropping deep when he can. Sunderland keeping the ball better at the moment.
Kim with another foul. He'll have to be careful now.
Sunderland have certainly improved since the break. Fletcher's introduction has helped. It has given Cardiff more to think about.
Kim concedes a foul and Sunderland have a free-kick in a dangerous area but Noone breaks away for Cardiff.
Fletcher came on earlier for Borini.
Whittingham's ball from the left just evades Campbell. Sunderland escape.
one or two technical errors but we appear to be up and running again. Still 1-0 Cardiff.
Sunderland on top now. If only they had started like this...
CHANCE! What a save from Marshall. Bardsley does superbly down the right and Borini's shot is tipped wide. Great save.
Excellent work down the right by Theophile-Catherine and Ki is forced into a foul.
Giaccherini is fouled and Sunderland have chance to build another attack.
Chances at both ends now. Sunderland, to their credit, have improved. Next goal is the all important one.
CHANCE! Borini has a go from 25 yards but Marshall does well to palm away.
CHANCE! Cardiff respond but Whittingham couldn't find Campbell.
CHANCE! Altidore with one of the misses of the season. From two yards. Sunderland could really have done with that.
Noone again from fully 40 yards but Mannone claims.
Brilliant from Noone who evades two challenges and when Mutch delivers Campbell's header is inches wide. Great move.
Bardsley has a half chance when the ball breaks to him in the box but he runs it out of play when he should probably have hit it first time.
Whittingham hits the free-kick towards goal quickly but Mannone has to tip away.
Roberge is struggling with Campbell's pace at the moment. He brings Campbell down in a dangerous area.
Cardiff still keeping the ball well without any real pressure from Sunderland.
CHANCE! Caulker has stayed up after the initial attack was cleared but his header is straight at Mannone.
Cardiff have another corner. Kim making a real nuisance of himself in front of the 'keeper.
Altidore nearly latched onto Larsson's delivery. Caulker slid in to clear though. Better from Sunderland.
Yellow for Cattermole for a late on Mutch.
Plenty for Poyet to consider early on. They win a free-kick now though and have a chance to gain some shape.
Another corner for Cardiff. Can they score a second?
Strong run from Campbell but he runs out of grass. Good, direct approach.
Whittingham's delivery is a dangerous one but Sunderland defend well...
CHANCE! Kim strikes from distance and Mannone tips over. Corner.
Ki has been quiet but Cardiff deserve all the credit.
Campbell's energy has been fantastic early on. Really working Sunderland's back four.
Really good start from Cardiff. Medel keeping the play flowing nicely from midfield.
Mutch's shot took a deflection but the Cardiff fans wont' mind.
GOAL! Mutch scores breaking into the box after excellent work by Campbell. Sunderland have started slowly. Roberge was sleeping.
CHANCE! Mutch heads over from closse range. Excellent ball from the right by Noone.
Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch: Cardiff to win 3-0, with Campbell, Caulker and Mutch making it onto the scoresheet.
Whittingham delivers from the right but Caulker heads wide.
Noone then wins Cardiff a free-kick. Lively start.
Yellow for Mutch who dives in the area. Great decision.
Campbell chases the ball over the top but Mannone is there.
Sunderland get us started and away we go...
Fair play to the Cardiff fans, they are certainly in good voice.
Out come the teams...
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Gus Poyet's side will now travel to Cardiff with renewed hope and vigour, especially as the Bluebirds are in bad shape, both on the pitch and off it.
The Black Cats won their first match away from home in the Premier League since April on Boxing Day when they got the better of Roberto Martinez's side 1-0 at Goodison Park, inflicting on the Toffees their first home defeat of the season in the process.