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Everton 2 - Manchester City 1 - Stats

Everton
2 - 1
Manchester City

Barclays Premier League

Goodison Park

07/05/11

Attendance: 37,351

Referee: Phil Dowd

EvertonManchester City
Distin (65), Osman (72) Toure Yaya (28)
Tim Howard     Joe Hart    
Tony Hibbert     (46) Pablo Zabaleta     (81)
Phil Jagielka     Vincent Kompany    
Sylvain Distin     Joleon Lescott    
Leighton Baines     Aleksandar Kolarov    
Mikel Arteta     Nigel De Jong     (89)
Johnny Heitinga     Patrick Vieira     (78)
Phil Neville     James Milner    
Leon Osman     Toure Yaya    
Jack Rodwell     (64) David Silva    
Victor Anichebe     (86) Edin Dzeko    
Substitutes
Jan Mucha     Shay Given    
Bilyaletdinov     SWP    
Jermaine Beckford     (46) Adam Johnson     (78)
Tim Cahill     (64) Jo     (89)
Magaye Gueye     Dedryk Boyata    
Seamus Coleman
 
  (86) Mario Balotelli     (81)
Apostolos Vellios     Ryan McGivern    
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
12
6
On Target
7
11
Corners
6
1
Offside
1
13
Fouls
15
4
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Ian Holloway for England and no mistake...Having threatened to dictate events towards the end of the most pivotal Manchester City seasons in decades, The Citizens allowed themselves to be bullied into submission at Goodison Park. A fact that was not lost upon the grinning face of the watching Stoke boss Tony Pulis...City operated on a different level to Everton for the majority of the game, dancing to a Silva tune that had even Everton's anti-Lescotters applauding. But David Moyes sent out his side in the second half on a mission to rough City up big style and the moment the long balls came bombing in, out went all City composure from turf to bench. Even Vincent Kompany was found badly wanting in the face of some appalling Everton tackles...This result and performance must now serve as a wake up call for one of, if not the most important week's in the club's history considering the height of the stakes involved. There is no margin for error and if City continue to waste goal scoring opportunities they run the risk of being punished. Certainly by sides as physical as Everton, and of course, Stoke.

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Saturday May 7 2011
Time: 9:43PM

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