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Fulham
2 - 2
Everton

Premier League

Craven Cottage

03/11/2012

Attendance: 25,699

Referee: N Swarbrick

FulhamEverton
Tim Howard 7 (og), Steve Sidwell 90Marouane Fellaini 55,72
Schwarzer     Howard    
Riise     59 Baines    
Hangeland     Heitinga    
Baird     Jagielka    
Hughes     Neville    
Riether     Coleman    
Duff     Osman    
Diarra     76 Pienaar    
Kacaniklic     68 Fellaini    
Berbatov     Jelavic     89
Ruiz     Mirallas     79
Substitutes
Stockdale     Mucha    
Senderos     Distin     89
Sidwell     68 Duffy    
Karagounis     Oviedo    
Petric     76 Hitzlsperger    
Rodallega     Naismith     79
Dejagah     59 Gueye    
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
26
5
On Target
15
5
Corners
9
0
Offside
1
16
Fouls
9
3
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
39
%
61

Writer:Yak
Date:Saturday November 3 2012
Time: 7:19PM

Comments

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The result was very disappointing, on another day with competent finishing, could have been 5 or 6. But, looking at the performance, aside from the finishing, was brilliant, attacking wise they struggled with the creativity from Pienaar, Osman and Mirallas and the pure brute strength of Fellaini. Disappointing to draw another game, but good performance and moves us up to 4th.
Rob-EFC
03/11/2012 23:57:00
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No use dwelling on what could?/should ! Have been. As far as stats go i would argue we had at least 75% of possession. Staying in the glass half full club, this time last year we were 17th. We are delighting footy fans all over the country and i'm sure we can turn these annoying draws into 3 pointers starting next week.
evertonmandan
04/11/2012 14:17:00
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