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Everton
2 - 1
West Brom

Premier League

Goodison Park

30/01/2013

Attendance: 31,376

Referee: M Oliver

EvertonWest Brom
Leighton Baines 29,45+2 (pen)Shane Long 65
Howard     Foster    
Baines     Olsson    
Heitinga     Popov    
Jagielka     McAuley    
Distin     Jones    
Mirallas     66 Morrison     62
Neville     Brunt    
Osman     Thomas     77
Pienaar     Thorne     43
Fellaini     Dorrans    
Anichebe     84 Lukaku    
Substitutes
Mucha     Myhill    
Gibson     66 Ridgewell    
Oviedo     Tamas    
Hitzlsperger     Yacob     43
Jelavic     84 Rosenberg     77
Naismith     Long     62
Gueye     Fortune    
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
7
4
On Target
4
5
Corners
2
2
Offside
6
9
Fouls
14
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
63
%
37

Writer:Yak
Date:Thursday January 31 2013
Time: 9:40AM

Comments

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Made it difficult for us in the end due to some sloppy defending, but the difference this time round is that we actually got the comfort of a 2nd goal after our dominant 1st half. In the end it was a really good night for Everton, given we picked up 3pts and Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and the *****e all drew.
Rob-EFC
31/01/2013 11:01:00
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