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Everton
1 - 1
Arsenal

Premier League

Goodison Park

28/11/2012

Attendance: 37,141

Referee: M Oliver

EvertonArsenal
Marouane Fellaini 28Theo Walcott 1
Howard     Szczesny    
Hibbert     Sagna    
Baines     Mertesacker    
Jagielka     Vermaelen    
Distin     Koscielny     4
Gibson     73 Arteta    
Osman     Wilshere    
Pienaar     Walcott    
Fellaini     Ramsey     80
Jelavic     Cazorla     90
Naismith     62 Giroud    
Substitutes
Mucha     Mannone    
Heitinga     Jenkinson    
Oviedo
 
  62 Gibbs     4
Hitzlsperger     73 Rosicky    
Barkley     Oxlade-Chamberlain    
Gueye     Coquelin     90
Vellios     Gervinho     80
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
12
10
On Target
9
6
Corners
6
6
Offside
0
15
Fouls
9
2
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
53
%
47

Writer:Yak
Date:Thursday November 29 2012
Time: 9:15AM

Comments

0
Getting sick of saying this but we should have won yet again ffs!COYB
evertonmandan
29/11/2012 14:07:00
0
Really is the story of our season and costing us Champs League footy, 7 draws in 14 games isn't good enough, and you would say the vast majority, if not every one of those draws, we were the ones who dominated possession, shots etc. Disappointing, and it needs to change.
Rob-EFC
30/11/2012 07:20:00
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