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Everton
3 - 3
Aston Villa

Premiership

Goodison Park

2/2/13

Attendance: 38,121

Referee: Jones

EvertonAston Villa
Anichebe (21), Fellaini (69, 90)Benteke (2, 61), Agbonlahor (24)
Howard     Guzan    
Baines     Lowton    
Heitinga     65 Clark    
Jagielka     Baker    
Distin     Bennett    
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
6
Fouls
23
1
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
64
%
36
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday February 2 2013
Time: 5:24PM

Comments

0
Such disappointment...
CDX_EIRE
02/02/2013 17:31:00
0
Lameberts just been on Sky saying he thought we were excellent. We are apparently in good form at the moment. We'll be fine.
Ams78
02/02/2013 17:36:00
0
Thanks Randy, now beggar off back to the States, will you and let some proper football men run our beloved club that you are suffocating of all life, optimism and proper defenders that you couldn't be bothered to bring in in January!
Windy Villain
02/02/2013 17:37:00
0
Amen to that Windy dude!, Any other time a draw is decent at Goodison, but the games are ticking away 13 games left and we need to win 6 of em oh dear!
clivethevillan
02/02/2013 17:43:00
0
Gutted, but would have been happy with a point before the game. How many times have we said that as little consolation for conceding late! Stick to 4-4-2 and play Baker for Bennett and maybe we will survive - our front 4 are decent.
AVGD
02/02/2013 17:44:00
0
We have eight weeks to get this defence Sorted clearley the coaches are incompetent *****s
jj184
02/02/2013 17:45:00
0
I'm afraid this will be the story until the end chaps. We will put in some good performances, will probably win a few games and we will all have hope. But in the end for whatever reasons you want to point out, we are just not good enough to put the required points on the board in the premier league.
bikini inspector
02/02/2013 17:52:00
0
LOL - the guy we should of bought scores for the Geordie Scum today, the guy we bought for £250000 less gives away the free kick for Wig Head's goal in the 90th minute. You couldn't make it up.
PiperUK
02/02/2013 17:52:00
0
I was gutted until I read the stats.
OnMeHeadFred
02/02/2013 18:04:00
0
Wouldn't pay Sissokos wages anyway. Our level is more a French 2nd Div player.
Ams78
02/02/2013 18:04:00
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