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Wigan
2 - 2
Everton

Premier League

DW Stadium

06/10/2012

Attendance: 18,759

Referee: K Friend

WiganEverton
Arouna Kone 10, Franco Di Santo 23Nikica Jelavic 11, Leighton Baines 87 (pen)
Al Habsi     Howard    
Caldwell     Baines    
Boyce     Heitinga     46
Ramis     Jagielka    
Figueroa     Neville     81
McCarthy     Coleman    
Maloney     Osman    
McArthur     Pienaar    
Beausejour     Fellaini    
Kone     Jelavic    
Di Santo     84 Mirallas     90
Substitutes
Pollitt     Mucha    
Jones     Distin     46
Watson     Duffy    
Gomez     Oviedo    
McManaman     84 Naismith     90
Boselli     Gueye    
Miyaichi     Anichebe     81
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
16
6
On Target
11
7
Corners
6
2
Offside
1
14
Fouls
14
2
Yellow Cards
5
0
Red Cards
0
46
%
54

Writer:Yak
Date:Saturday October 6 2012
Time: 10:12PM

Comments

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1st half really cost us, we failed to show up and Wigan punished us. 2nd half we were much better, and we created plenty of chances, enough to win the game. Not helped with substandard officiating once again, thought their 1st goal was offside and we had a penalty turned down, which I thought was a penalty. But, ultimately, the 1st half cost us today. Disappointing heading into the international break, but still 3rd and with Gibson returning after the break is a massive boost for us, the sooner Neville is out of central midfield the better as far as I am concerned.
Rob-EFC
07/10/2012 03:37:00
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1st half really cost us, we failed to show up and Wigan punished us. 2nd half we were much better, and we created plenty of chances, enough to win the game. Not helped with substandard officiating once again, thought their 1st goal was offside and we had a penalty turned down, which I thought was a penalty. But, ultimately, the 1st half cost us today. Disappointing heading into the international break, but still 3rd and with Gibson returning after the break is a massive boost for us, the sooner Neville is out of central midfield the better as far as I am concerned.
Rob-EFC
07/10/2012 03:37:00
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Hopefully when we come back after the break we will have ironed out the negatives. Maybe Gibbo will return and stabalise the middle where we are vulnerable.
evertonmandan
07/10/2012 14:29:00
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Hopefully when we come back after the break we will have ironed out the negatives. Maybe Gibbo will return and stabalise the middle where we are vulnerable.
evertonmandan
07/10/2012 14:29:00
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