Dec 1, 2013 at 9.05pm UK at ​Candlestick Park
St Louis Rams
13-23
San Francisco 49ers
FT
6
Q1
13
0
Q2
0
Gore (6:00)
0
Q3
3
Quick (0:23)
7
Q4
7
Davis (14:41)

Result: San Francisco 49ers beat St Louis Rams

The San Francisco 49ers beat the St Louis Rams by 10 points in their NFL clash.

The San Francisco 49ers have beaten the St Louis Rams in the sides' NFL clash at ​Candlestick Park.

The 49ers went ahead in a relatively tame opening quarter as Phil Dawson notched up a 32-yard field goal to put his side three in front.

Dawson then popped up again in the second to add three more points, this time by contributing a 43-yard field goal to leave the score at 6-0.

Frank Gore increased his side's lead midway through the second quarter as he completed a three-yard run to put the 49ers 13 ahead.

Greg Zuerlein provided some resistance for the Rams late on before half time as he bagged a 43-yard field goal to leave the score at 13-3 going into the interval.

Zuerlein then did it again in the third quarter, getting another field goal to bring the score to 13-6.

However, a 24-yard field goal from Dawson a few minutes later ensured that the quarter ended with the 49ers 16-6 ahead.

The 49ers then went further ahead at the start of the fourth quarter. Vernon Davis received a 17-yard pass from Colin Kaepernick for the touchdown.

Brian Quick did reduce the gap between the sides, but it was not enough to deny the 49ers victory.

Kicker Phil Dawson #9 of the San Francisco 49ers misses a field goal attempt in the second quarter during an NFL game against the Green Bay Packers at Candlestick Park on September 8, 2013
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