The Dallas Cowboys lead the San Diego Chargers 21-13 at the half-way stage of their NFL encounter.
The Dallas Cowboys go into half time with a 21-13 advantage over the San Diego Chargers in their NFL clash.
The Chargers opened the scoring with the first touchdown of the match with just over seven minutes of the first quarter remaining, Philip Rivers supplying the pass for Danny Woodhead.
Dallas hit back early in the second quarter when Tony Romo found Dez Bryant on the right for a five-yard touchdown.
There was little more than five minutes left on the clock when Nick Novak added a 36-yard field goal for the Chargers, but it was Dallas who ended the quarter in ascendancy.
The Cowboys added two touchdowns before the break, with Romo and Bryant linking up again for the first and Philip Rivers finding Sean Lee for 52 yards for the second.
Novak reduced the deficit with a 42-yard field goal moments before the interval.
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