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Everton
1 - 2
Manchester City

Barclays Premier League

Goodison Park

25/04/09

Attendance: 37,791

Referee: Alan Wiley

EvertonManchester City
Gosling (90) Robinho (35) Ireland (54)
Tim Howard     Shay Given    
Tony Hibbert     Micah Richards     (57)
Joseph Yobo     Nedum Onuoha    
Phil Jagielka     Richard Dunne    
Leighton Baines     Wayne Bridge    
Leon Osman     Nigel De Jong    
Phil Neville     Vincent Kompany    
Segundo Castillo     (60) Blumer Elano     (88)
Steven Pienaar     Stephen Ireland    
Marouane Fellaini     (60) De Souza Robinho    
Louis Saha     (60) Felipe Caicedo     (84)
Substitutes
Carlo Nash     Joe Hart    
Joleon Lescott     Valeri Bojinov    
James Vaughan     (60) Javier Garrido    
Tim Cahill     (60) Gelson Fernandes     (57)
Jack Rodwell     Martin Petrov     (84)
Dan Gosling     (60) Glauber Berti    
Jose Baxter     Ched Evans     (88)
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
16
4
On Target
10
5
Corners
3
2
Offside
3
12
Fouls
14
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
56
%
44

Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday April 26 2009
Time: 3:57AM

Comments

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I think the stats, for once, reflect the game but we had the better chances. Well done City.
Thaibluefan
26/04/2009 04:54:00
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I think the stats, for once, reflect the game but we had the better chances. Well done City.
Thaibluefan
26/04/2009 04:54:00
0
27 chances with 10 on target....i just hope we are saving our shooting boots for the away game at the swamp. well done though city you was a different class yesterday.
bluemooner_mcfc
26/04/2009 09:38:00
0
27 chances with 10 on target....i just hope we are saving our shooting boots for the away game at the swamp. well done though city you was a different class yesterday.
bluemooner_mcfc
26/04/2009 09:38:00
0
I think the Everton shot on target tell the same story and indicate that we defended well or Everton just didn't shoot straight.
Buzz Lightyear
26/04/2009 12:44:00
0
I think the Everton shot on target tell the same story and indicate that we defended well or Everton just didn't shoot straight.
Buzz Lightyear
26/04/2009 12:44:00
0
Well done lads it doesn't matter what the stats are WE WON
Doody
27/04/2009 09:37:00
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Well done lads it doesn't matter what the stats are WE WON
Doody
27/04/2009 09:37:00
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