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Everton 2 - Sunderland 1

Premier League

Goodison Park

10/11/2012

Attendance: 35,999

Referee: L Mason

Everton
2 - 1
Sunderland
Marouane Fellaini 76, Nikica Jelavic 79
 
Adam Johnson 45+1
 
Venue: Goodison Park
 
Attendance: 35,999
The Teams
Howard
 
 
 
Mignolet
 
 
Baines
 
 
 
O'Shea
 
 
Heitinga
 
 
 
Cuellar
 
 
Jagielka
 
 
 
Rose
 
 
Neville
 
 
73
 
Larsson
 
 
Coleman
 
 
 
Gardner
 
 
Osman
 
 
 
Colback
 
 
88
Pienaar
 
 
 
Johnson
 
 
84
Fellaini
 
 
 
McClean
 
 
Jelavic
 
 
86
 
Sessegnon
 
 
Mirallas
 
 
30
 
Fletcher
 
 
69
Substitutes
Mucha
 
 
 
Westwood
 
 
Distin
 
 
 
Kilgallon
 
 
Oviedo
 
 
 
Bramble
 
 
Hitzlsperger
 
 
86
 
Vaughan
 
 
84
Naismith
 
 
30
 
Wickham
 
 
88
Gueye
 
 
 
McFadden
 
 
Vellios
 
 
73
 
Saha
 
 
69
Game Statistics
16
Goal Attempts
6
10
On Target
4
6
Corners
2
1
Offside
2
14
Fouls
14
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
60
%
40




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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 10 2012

Time: 5:16PM

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Despite the stats showing our dominance, they really don't tell the full story, for me, we dodged a bullet, Sunderland had a couple of chances early and although we created some chances, they weren't clear cut as last week. Funny game this football, last week we were more or less perfect and yet only picked up a draw, this week, nowhere near as good and yet pick up 3pts. Special mention to Fellaini, he basically picked this side up on his back and dragged us to the 3pts, the touch for Jelavic's goal was world class, he genuinely is world class now. Disappointing performance, but what is important is the 3pts, so I am not complaining. COYB!!!
Rob-EFC
Definitely got out of Jail on Saturday and the goals came nail bitingly late! the lads will have to step it up a bit more now. Fellaini was once again the man of the match and on current form is player of the season so far!
evertonmandan
 

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