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Wigan 2 - Everton 2

Premier League

DW Stadium

06/10/2012

Attendance: 18,759

Referee: K Friend

Wigan
2 - 2
Everton
Arouna Kone 10, Franco Di Santo 23
 
Nikica Jelavic 11, Leighton Baines 87 (pen)
 
Venue: DW Stadium
 
Attendance: 18,759
The Teams
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




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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 6 2012

Time: 10:12PM

Your Comments

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
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
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
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
 

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