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Everton
3 - 3
Aston Villa

Premier League

Goodison Park

02/02/2013

Attendance: 38,121

Referee: Jones

Everton Aston Villa
Anichebe 21′ Fellaini 69′, 90Benteke 2′, 61′ Agbonlahor 24′
Howard     Guzan    
Baines     Vlaar    
Heitinga     65 Clark    
Jagielka     Bennett    
Distin     Lowton    
Gibson     90 El Ahmadi     82
Osman     N'Zogbia     79
Pienaar     Westwood    
Fellaini     Agbonlahor     90
Mirallas     65 Benteke    
Anichebe     Weimann    
Substitutes
Mucha     Given    
Neville     Baker     90
Duffy     Sylla     79
Oviedo     65 Dawkins    
Hitzlsperger     Bent    
Jelavic     65 Holman     82
Naismith     90 Bowery    
Game Statistics
22
Goal Attempts
8
13
On Target
4
15
Corners
2
5
Offside
5
6
Fouls
23
1
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
64
%
36
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Writer:Yak
Date:Saturday February 2 2013
Time: 5:07PM

Comments

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I cannot believe we have thrown away a golden chance to go 4th and 2pts behind Chelsea. Yes, I am happy we managed to fight back and get the point, but the issue is, how were we down 3-1 to Aston Villa at home? Defending was absolutely woeful, Benteke made a mockery of our defence, especially Heitinga. Embarrassing stuff from Everton, needed the 3pts today. As for Villa, well, 23 fouls says a lot, and it could've been a lot higher, seemed their defensive game plan was to find a Blue shirt, grab it and don't let go of it, and bizarrely enough, the ref allowed it!!! Have to go to Old Trafford next week and get a result. Disastrous couple of days for Everton, these past few days starting with deadline day and this home game really could've been a springboard for the rest of the season. Oh well, tied with Spurs with 4th, hopefully they falter away at West Brom.
Rob-EFC
02/02/2013 17:17:00
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Nothing personal, but I was desperately hoping to see Villa hold on for the 3 pts. Obviously, Im sure you will be hoping WBA can do the same with us..
oxfordspur
02/02/2013 17:19:00
0
no good for the heart that folks. good luck for the rest of the season, hope you get 4th.
The Fear
02/02/2013 17:52:00
0
As small as our squad is, please oh please don't play that starting combination again Mr Moyes!!! To shove (on current form) one of the best centre backs in the Prem, to right back is plain stupid! When Oviedo came on he solved the right-back problem. As regards to Heitinga at centre-back it's a big no-no! He is way off form and needs to really work harder; so give him a rest - and maybe use Duffy in the event of Distin or Jags being injured. We have drawn half of our games(almost) after the best football we have played in years, which is criminal as we could have been sitting in at least second place now - and that's no exaggeration!
evertonmandan
03/02/2013 10:55:00
0
Was gutted when your equaliser went in but I could see it coming when 6 mins went up,hope you get 4th I think you are an excellent team.
Pking
03/02/2013 11:49:00
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