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2 - 1
Everton

Premier League

Madejski Stadium

17/11/2012

Attendance: 24,184

Referee: M Atkinson

ReadingEverton
Adam Le Fondre 51,79 (pen)Steven Naismith 10
Federici     Howard    
Gunter     Baines    
Shorey     Jagielka    
Morrison     Heitinga    
Gorkss     Coleman    
Leigertwood     Hitzlsperger     82
McAnuff     Osman    
Tabb     Pienaar    
Robson-Kanu     Fellaini    
Le Fondre     81 Jelavic    
Roberts     Naismith     80
Substitutes
Taylor     Mucha    
Mariappa     Distin    
Harte     Duffy    
Cummings     Oviedo     80
Pogrebnyak     Francisco Junior    
Hunt
 
  81 Kennedy    
McCleary     Vellios     82
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
21
4
On Target
11
7
Corners
13
2
Offside
4
11
Fouls
11
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
46
%
54
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Writer:Yak
Date:Saturday November 17 2012
Time: 5:47PM

Comments

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How we managed not only not to win this game, but at the same time lose this game, is beyond me. Should have had this side buried at halftime, but thanks to some poor finishing, and Martin Atkinson, somehow being allowed to officiate another Everton in which he blatantly sides with the other team, somehow we managed to ***** it up, golden opportunity missed, need to make sure we pick up 3pts against Norwich next week.
Rob-EFC
18/11/2012 01:24:00
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gutted and speechless!
evertonmandan
18/11/2012 10:04:00
0
BRIAN MCDERMOTT'S BARMY ARMY! Any danger of Fellaini or Jelavic scoring?!
LeFondle18
23/11/2012 11:07:00
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