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Stoke City 1 - Everton 1

Premier League

Britannia Stadium

15/12/2012

Attendance: 27,008

Referee: M Halsey

Stoke City
1 - 1
Everton
Kenwyne Jones 52
 
Ryan Shawcross 36 (og)
 
Venue: Britannia Stadium
 
Attendance: 27,008
The Teams
Begovic
 
 
 
Howard
 
 
Cameron
 
 
 
Baines
 
 
Huth
 
 
 
Jagielka
 
 
Shawcross
 
 
 
Distin
 
 
Wilkinson
 
 
 
Coleman
 
 
Whelan
 
 
 
Gibson
 
 
Nzonzi
 
 
 
Osman
 
 
Adam
 
 
73
 
Pienaar
 
 
Etherington
 
 
85
 
Fellaini
 
 
Jones
 
 
77
 
Jelavic
 
 
Walters
 
 
 
Naismith
 
 
70
Substitutes
Sorensen
 
 
 
Mucha
 
 
Upson
 
 
 
Heitinga
 
 
Palacios
 
 
 
Duffy
 
 
Whitehead
 
 
 
Oviedo
 
 
Kightly
 
 
85
 
Hitzlsperger
 
 
Crouch
 
 
77
 
Barkley
 
 
70
Jerome
 
 
73
 
Vellios
 
 
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
9
8
On Target
5
4
Corners
8
1
Offside
1
11
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
52
%
48




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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 15 2012

Time: 5:49PM

Your Comments

Rather forgettable match, but I would happily take a point, could've been more, but could have been less as well. 1st half was good, but then for some reason we sunk to their level and especially Fellaini was poor and idiotic. Will get rightfully banned, yes he was getting iced, tugged, pushed and all that, but you cannot headbutt someone like that, will be a big loss, but it will be deserved. Have to move on, next up West Ham away, will be just as tough as the Stoke game.
Rob-EFC
Stoke are the worst side i have seen at top level for a hell of a long time and i feel sorry for their fans for paying money to watch spoiling tactics instead of decent football. Stanley Mathews, Gordan Banks, Mike Pejic etc would cringe at some of the *****e being served up at the Brittania these days! As regards Fellaini, of course he was out of order and will rightly be banned but for me it highlighted how much of a yard dog Shawcross is as well! All n' all the game is best forgotten and i am sure Howard and Osman would second that.
evertonmandan
Fellaini would fit in nicely at Stoke.
Bluedub
 

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