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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 3:52 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:
Toffee Dan wrote:Tears of joy here.. At last a win against a so-called big side (unless you count Man U Reserves at Wembley) - on their own patch. We were the better side over the 2 legs (they scarcely deserved a draw at Goodison). Happily we've repeated the trick that did for Spurs in 1983 and Arsenal in 1981 - we're 90 minutes away from the Quarter Finals... COYB

Man of the Match: Tim Howard

Reading between the lines, we'll have to watch for a banana skin at GP next week.
I'll be there .. first game for a while...Hibbo & J5 will score... 4-0 Very Happy
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 3:55 pm

cashley is trending on twitter lol!
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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 3:57 pm

Toffee Dan wrote:Tears of joy here.. At last a win against a so-called big side (unless you count Man U Reserves at Wembley) - on their own patch. We were the better side over the 2 legs (they scarcely deserved a draw at Goodison). Happily we've repeated the trick that did for Spurs in 1983 and Arsenal in 1981 - we're 90 minutes away from the Quarter Finals... COYB

Man of the Match: Tim Howard

agreed, not seen Chelsea goal tho as was serving dinner, but that was his best match in ages

Also was glad Cahill got subbed, hopefully the players will realise they are not unsubbable (sic). Thought Arteta was very poor, but great penalty.

Good result a great day to be a blue!

Albeit, as Yank said Reading at home No
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:05 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:
Toffee Dan wrote:Tears of joy here.. At last a win against a so-called big side (unless you count Man U Reserves at Wembley) - on their own patch. We were the better side over the 2 legs (they scarcely deserved a draw at Goodison). Happily we've repeated the trick that did for Spurs in 1983 and Arsenal in 1981 - we're 90 minutes away from the Quarter Finals... COYB

Man of the Match: Tim Howard

agreed, not seen Chelsea goal tho as was serving dinner, but that was his best match in ages

Also was glad Cahill got subbed, hopefully the players will realise they are not unsubbable (sic). Thought Arteta was very poor, but great penalty.

Good result a great day to be a blue!

Albeit, as Yank said Reading at home No


Nothing Howard could do to stop their goal. The moment Distin and Baines doubled up on Anelka but still failed to prevent him getting space to take a touch and deliever a cross, we were in the shit. It was lashed in from seven or eight yards away.

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Post  anticipate_the_pass on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:13 pm

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by romeo_bravo (U13945943) 19 February 2011

I had recorded the penalty shoot out between Chelsae and Everton. After Neville had scored the winner the cameras showed the Chelsea players walking off the pitch where David Moyes was waiting to shake hands with them. In front of Cole was Anelka with whom Moyes exchanged pleasantries. Then Moyes offered his hand to Cole. Cole not only refused to shake the hand but turned to his right and spat on the ground. What a sportsman he is. Well done the Toffees


I saw that, he totally blanked Moyes's hand, Cole is a dirtbag, Seamus has given him a rough time the last few games that we have played against each other.
Just shows you what a real pro Phil Neville is, "Balls of Steel" as someone mentioned earlier FA Cup: Chelsea 4 Everton 5 (Baines) (1-1 after ET) - Page 11 Action-s
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:18 pm

anticipate_the_pass wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/606/A81577731

Ashley Cole he is some man.........
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by romeo_bravo (U13945943) 19 February 2011

I had recorded the penalty shoot out between Chelsae and Everton. After Neville had scored the winner the cameras showed the Chelsea players walking off the pitch where David Moyes was waiting to shake hands with them. In front of Cole was Anelka with whom Moyes exchanged pleasantries. Then Moyes offered his hand to Cole. Cole not only refused to shake the hand but turned to his right and spat on the ground. What a sportsman he is. Well done the Toffees


I saw that, he totally blanked Moyes's hand, Cole is a dirtbag, Seamus has given him a rough time the last few games that we have played against each other.
Just shows you what a real pro Phil Neville is, "Balls of Steel" as someone mentioned earlier FA Cup: Chelsea 4 Everton 5 (Baines) (1-1 after ET) - Page 11 Action-s
Baines is a better player than Cole as well...
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Post  The President on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:38 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:I wish I could watch the penalty shoot out again since I missed three kicks due to my feed. And then also so I could watch the celebration after the game again.

What a start to a three day weekend! cheers


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lol!
Got to love Presidents Day. cheers Laughing

Certainly been my day today Very Happy
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:42 pm

Just seen this on 606

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 4:55 pm

you get a better class of insult on the Guardian's site....

The last remnants of the famous team spirit instilled under Mourinho has finally escaped the bridge like a slow silent fart from a particularly slack arsehole, leaving nothing but a whiff of failure hanging around the bigger and brasher egos of the team.
lol!
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 5:27 pm

thought we'd have Sacko's match report, delivered from Hairy's penthouse, by now....
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Post  anticipate_the_pass on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 5:45 pm

The Everton end was rockin' at the end, what's up with the shirtless guy they showed a couple of times ? FA Cup: Chelsea 4 Everton 5 (Baines) (1-1 after ET) - Page 11 Doh
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Post  Albert on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 8:15 pm

http://www.soccerhights.com/chelsea-vs-everton-3-4-penalties-videos-highlights/
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Post  Michael Crosby S74 on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 8:25 pm

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Post  Bluey on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 11:28 pm

Today reminded me of a great day out.

The semi against ManU, me and Chris have so much from that and watching the pens today was great. Neither of us expected the result and when you get your bit of luck you have to seize it.

Our lads can do it this time. COYB.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sat 19 Feb 2011, 11:40 pm

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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 1:34 am

treblA wrote:http://www.soccerhights.com/chelsea-vs-everton-3-4-penalties-videos-highlights/
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Post  Armchair on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 3:37 pm

How did we play overall? The highlights on I(diot)TV made it look like Chelsea were all over us for 119 minutes.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 4:46 pm

mindyerho? wrote:thought we'd have Sacko's match report, delivered from Hairy's penthouse, by now....

Sorry its a bit late, had a bit of a long day yesterday. Up at 5am for first flight to Gatwick. Met me mate, who is a Chelsea fan for a few drinks before the game, then sat in the west stand and tried not to make any scouse noises whilst surrounded by Chelsea fans.

Thought overall we played well as a team, closed down quickly and kept tight for most of the game. Chelsea looked class, but individually rather than working as a team. Drogba played really well and was a handful, but he didn't get much support. Chelsea seemed happier to defend deep and allow one or two to break free to score, its like they expected to score without trying too hard, but they lacked confidence at the back so didn't drive forward too much.

Baines and Coleman were ace down the wings and they were instrumental in stopping Chelsea pushing forward en masse, we created a few chances but Chelsea were really strong in defence and Petr Cech immense in goal and to be honest Beckford never looked like he was going to trouble them, although he did have some lovely touches, which surprised me and he worked really hard, closing down all the time and doing a lot of running. He made Anichebe look like a carthorse in comparison.

Chelsea did make more chances, but a lack of compose in front of goal, especially when Terry skied it over the bar from five yards, and some excellent saves by Tim Howard kept them to nil. I didn't think they would score and thought we'd stole it when Fellaini scored, I saw the linesmans flag come up straight away but I didn't think he was offside, neither did the Chelsea fans, they all thought it was a goal.

I honestly thought it was a penalty when Ramires went down, thought the ref was booking Howard. Dowd had a really strange game, there were a couple of clear, if accidental handballs by us that he didn't give and I was surprised that the first two in his book were chelsea players and we'd been doing quite a few niggling challenges.

The atmosphere was ace with both sets of fans singing load and long through out the game. There was one point when Drogba was down"injured" and the Chelsea fans were singing really strongly then the Everton fans drowned them out, it sent chills up and down the spine.

That reminds me, late on in the game the stewards were trying to get some everton fan or fans out of the away end and all the Everton fans were giving them loads of stick. Don't know what happened.

When Anelka came on he was a class above and not frightened to take us on, his turn for the goal looked impossible, but he took two defenders out and Fat Lamps finally scored.

Thought it was all over for us, but I kept the faith and so did the everton fans, who sang even when we were 1-0 down. At one point the Chelsea fans sang, you're not signing anymore, even though we'd been signing all game and even when we were losing, and the Everton fans just laughed and clapped them.

In the last half of extra time we just pushed forward in desperation and hope and Chelsea seemed to contain us without looking too convincing. When we got the free kick my mate asked if Areta will take it, I said Baines and I was right.

When he scored I was trying my hardest not to shout out and feeling mighty proud of myself for keeping my voice down to a low screech, but unfortunately I let myself down by jumping up and punching the air. It took my mind about 10 seconds to register that while I'd stopped myself shouting out I was still jumping up and down punching the air in the Chelsea end, and managed to slowly sit down with a massive grin on my face. Surprisingly no one said anything to me.

Even when we missed the first penalty I still kept the faith and thoguht we'd win. The Everton fans were magnificent.

At Phils goal the away end exploded and I just stood their mesmerised and wanted to be in there with them. I should have videoed it as it looked ace, but my mate wanted to go and I was caught up in the rush to get out.

We went to a restuarnat called Brinkley's which was well posh, and Alan Pardew was in there holding court with some agent. He's a knob in real life as well.

Had a few beers then a couple of bottles of wine then some vodka then it was 5.45 and I remembered my flight left at 7.10, so got a taxi to Victoria, got to the platform around 6.10 and got on the Gatwick express which left at 6.15, ran right through Gatwick airport, through departures and was last on my flight but made it with about 10 minutes to spare!

Got home and had a few more beers to celebrate.

Great day, great atmosphere, and so absolutely proud of the Everton fans and the players. Fellaini played well linked up most of the play and defended well. Coleman and Baines tore up and down the line and really hemmed Chelsea back. Jags and Distin worked hard and anticipated well, and Howard really kept us in the game. Arteta was poor though, he was playing far too deep and his passing was awful, didn't try to beat anyone and his passes were either back or sideways, nothing creative until Heitinga came on and that allowed him to push forward and be more creative. I was impressed with Beckfords work rate and he has some good ball skills but he doesn't read the game as well as he could so didn't really look a danger, but as I said, he made his replacement Anichebe look like a carthorse.


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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 5:03 pm

Thank fuck for that, I thought you might be locked in Hairy's shed.

Good report, thanks.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 6:22 pm

mindyerho? wrote:Thank fuck for that, I thought you might be locked in Hairy's shed.


we were for a while, but after we got through his stash of porn we found the secret passageway to his wine cellar, took us a long tim to find our way out of there though! drunken

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 6:29 pm

Sack the Juggler wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:Thank fuck for that, I thought you might be locked in Hairy's shed.


we were for a while, but after we got through his stash of porn we found the secret passageway to his wine cellar, took us a long tim to find our way out of there though! drunken


That'll teach him to leave the key under he mat.

So what does Chateau-soixante-neuf-de-chevre taste like?

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 6:52 pm

Fox sucker channel knocking one out over Baineseys performance.
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Post  fatboblatch on Sun 20 Feb 2011, 7:29 pm

Sack the Juggler wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:thought we'd have Sacko's match report, delivered from Hairy's penthouse, by now....

Sorry its a bit late, had a bit of a long day yesterday. Up at 5am for first flight to Gatwick. Met me mate, who is a Chelsea fan for a few drinks before the game, then sat in the west stand and tried not to make any scouse noises whilst surrounded by Chelsea fans.

Thought overall we played well as a team, closed down quickly and kept tight for most of the game. Chelsea looked class, but individually rather than working as a team. Drogba played really well and was a handful, but he didn't get much support. Chelsea seemed happier to defend deep and allow one or two to break free to score, its like they expected to score without trying too hard, but they lacked confidence at the back so didn't drive forward too much.

Baines and Coleman were ace down the wings and they were instrumental in stopping Chelsea pushing forward en masse, we created a few chances but Chelsea were really strong in defence and Petr Cech immense in goal and to be honest Beckford never looked like he was going to trouble them, although he did have some lovely touches, which surprised me and he worked really hard, closing down all the time and doing a lot of running. He made Anichebe look like a carthorse in comparison.

Chelsea did make more chances, but a lack of compose in front of goal, especially when Terry skied it over the bar from five yards, and some excellent saves by Tim Howard kept them to nil. I didn't think they would score and thought we'd stole it when Fellaini scored, I saw the linesmans flag come up straight away but I didn't think he was offside, neither did the Chelsea fans, they all thought it was a goal.

I honestly thought it was a penalty when Ramires went down, thought the ref was booking Howard. Dowd had a really strange game, there were a couple of clear, if accidental handballs by us that he didn't give and I was surprised that the first two in his book were chelsea players and we'd been doing quite a few niggling challenges.

The atmosphere was ace with both sets of fans singing load and long through out the game. There was one point when Drogba was down"injured" and the Chelsea fans were singing really strongly then the Everton fans drowned them out, it sent chills up and down the spine.

That reminds me, late on in the game the stewards were trying to get some everton fan or fans out of the away end and all the Everton fans were giving them loads of stick. Don't know what happened.

When Anelka came on he was a class above and not frightened to take us on, his turn for the goal looked impossible, but he took two defenders out and Fat Lamps finally scored.

Thought it was all over for us, but I kept the faith and so did the everton fans, who sang even when we were 1-0 down. At one point the Chelsea fans sang, you're not signing anymore, even though we'd been signing all game and even when we were losing, and the Everton fans just laughed and clapped them.

In the last half of extra time we just pushed forward in desperation and hope and Chelsea seemed to contain us without looking too convincing. When we got the free kick my mate asked if Areta will take it, I said Baines and I was right.

When he scored I was trying my hardest not to shout out and feeling mighty proud of myself for keeping my voice down to a low screech, but unfortunately I let myself down by jumping up and punching the air. It took my mind about 10 seconds to register that while I'd stopped myself shouting out I was still jumping up and down punching the air in the Chelsea end, and managed to slowly sit down with a massive grin on my face. Surprisingly no one said anything to me.

Even when we missed the first penalty I still kept the faith and thoguht we'd win. The Everton fans were magnificent.

At Phils goal the away end exploded and I just stood their mesmerised and wanted to be in there with them. I should have videoed it as it looked ace, but my mate wanted to go and I was caught up in the rush to get out.

We went to a restuarnat called Brinkley's which was well posh, and Alan Pardew was in there holding court with some agent. He's a knob in real life as well.

Had a few beers then a couple of bottles of wine then some vodka then it was 5.45 and I remembered my flight left at 7.10, so got a taxi to Victoria, got to the platform around 6.10 and got on the Gatwick express which left at 6.15, ran right through Gatwick airport, through departures and was last on my flight but made it with about 10 minutes to spare!

Got home and had a few more beers to celebrate.

Great day, great atmosphere, and so absolutely proud of the Everton fans and the players. Fellaini played well linked up most of the play and defended well. Coleman and Baines tore up and down the line and really hemmed Chelsea back. Jags and Distin worked hard and anticipated well, and Howard really kept us in the game. Arteta was poor though, he was playing far too deep and his passing was awful, didn't try to beat anyone and his passes were either back or sideways, nothing creative until Heitinga came on and that allowed him to push forward and be more creative. I was impressed with Beckfords work rate and he has some good ball skills but he doesn't read the game as well as he could so didn't really look a danger, but as I said, he made his replacement Anichebe look like a carthorse.


Excellent report mate, still can't believe it, brilliant picture in the Observer Sport, of the boys running to Phil after he scored...Manu game all over!
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Post  Valentino Blue on Mon 21 Feb 2011, 11:19 am

Sack the Juggler wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:thought we'd have Sacko's match report, delivered from Hairy's penthouse, by now....

Sorry its a bit late, had a bit of a long day yesterday. Up at 5am for first flight to Gatwick. Met me mate, who is a Chelsea fan for a few drinks before the game, then sat in the west stand and tried not to make any scouse noises whilst surrounded by Chelsea fans.

Thought overall we played well as a team, closed down quickly and kept tight for most of the game. Chelsea looked class, but individually rather than working as a team. Drogba played really well and was a handful, but he didn't get much support. Chelsea seemed happier to defend deep and allow one or two to break free to score, its like they expected to score without trying too hard, but they lacked confidence at the back so didn't drive forward too much.

Baines and Coleman were ace down the wings and they were instrumental in stopping Chelsea pushing forward en masse, we created a few chances but Chelsea were really strong in defence and Petr Cech immense in goal and to be honest Beckford never looked like he was going to trouble them, although he did have some lovely touches, which surprised me and he worked really hard, closing down all the time and doing a lot of running. He made Anichebe look like a carthorse in comparison.

Chelsea did make more chances, but a lack of compose in front of goal, especially when Terry skied it over the bar from five yards, and some excellent saves by Tim Howard kept them to nil. I didn't think they would score and thought we'd stole it when Fellaini scored, I saw the linesmans flag come up straight away but I didn't think he was offside, neither did the Chelsea fans, they all thought it was a goal.

I honestly thought it was a penalty when Ramires went down, thought the ref was booking Howard. Dowd had a really strange game, there were a couple of clear, if accidental handballs by us that he didn't give and I was surprised that the first two in his book were chelsea players and we'd been doing quite a few niggling challenges.

The atmosphere was ace with both sets of fans singing load and long through out the game. There was one point when Drogba was down"injured" and the Chelsea fans were singing really strongly then the Everton fans drowned them out, it sent chills up and down the spine.

That reminds me, late on in the game the stewards were trying to get some everton fan or fans out of the away end and all the Everton fans were giving them loads of stick. Don't know what happened.

When Anelka came on he was a class above and not frightened to take us on, his turn for the goal looked impossible, but he took two defenders out and Fat Lamps finally scored.

Thought it was all over for us, but I kept the faith and so did the everton fans, who sang even when we were 1-0 down. At one point the Chelsea fans sang, you're not signing anymore, even though we'd been signing all game and even when we were losing, and the Everton fans just laughed and clapped them.

In the last half of extra time we just pushed forward in desperation and hope and Chelsea seemed to contain us without looking too convincing. When we got the free kick my mate asked if Areta will take it, I said Baines and I was right.

When he scored I was trying my hardest not to shout out and feeling mighty proud of myself for keeping my voice down to a low screech, but unfortunately I let myself down by jumping up and punching the air. It took my mind about 10 seconds to register that while I'd stopped myself shouting out I was still jumping up and down punching the air in the Chelsea end, and managed to slowly sit down with a massive grin on my face. Surprisingly no one said anything to me.

Even when we missed the first penalty I still kept the faith and thoguht we'd win. The Everton fans were magnificent.

At Phils goal the away end exploded and I just stood their mesmerised and wanted to be in there with them. I should have videoed it as it looked ace, but my mate wanted to go and I was caught up in the rush to get out.

We went to a restuarnat called Brinkley's which was well posh, and Alan Pardew was in there holding court with some agent. He's a knob in real life as well.

Had a few beers then a couple of bottles of wine then some vodka then it was 5.45 and I remembered my flight left at 7.10, so got a taxi to Victoria, got to the platform around 6.10 and got on the Gatwick express which left at 6.15, ran right through Gatwick airport, through departures and was last on my flight but made it with about 10 minutes to spare!

Got home and had a few more beers to celebrate.

Great day, great atmosphere, and so absolutely proud of the Everton fans and the players. Fellaini played well linked up most of the play and defended well. Coleman and Baines tore up and down the line and really hemmed Chelsea back. Jags and Distin worked hard and anticipated well, and Howard really kept us in the game. Arteta was poor though, he was playing far too deep and his passing was awful, didn't try to beat anyone and his passes were either back or sideways, nothing creative until Heitinga came on and that allowed him to push forward and be more creative. I was impressed with Beckfords work rate and he has some good ball skills but he doesn't read the game as well as he could so didn't really look a danger, but as I said, he made his replacement Anichebe look like a carthorse.


good report Sacko, it's gutting being stuck in with the wrong fans when you see something special like that. I remember being in with the leeds fans the game Rooney scored against them, i recall going to leap out of my seat only to find I couldn't move as my dad had his hands clamped on my shoulders holding me down, looked to rows to the left and some lad was getting filled in by the leeds thugs for celebrating. It was the first win we'd had there in forever and extra special that it was an amazing Rooney Goal that won it (think it was his second or third league goal).

I was at the inlaws so had to keep up with the game using Paul's twitter updates to keep me informed, when I saw we'd scored the equaliser I suggested to the wife that we should go out for a walk and leave Fin with her mum and dad, I just got her to drive me around with 5 live on listening to the penalties, which is utter agony even worse than watching on the telly IMO. was just about holding back the tears when Phil scored, i'll be honest I had no faith in him to score that Penalty but having seen the highlights he deserves a lot of credit for taking such a good pen under such pressure.

after seeing the highlights have to give the Ref and the linesmen some credit for the non penalty and the offside, both were the correct decisions but where not obvious at full speed at all and both must have been tough calls to make, denying chelsea a penalty at home when it was a very convincing dive and probably took in most of the crowd and denying the offside goal at that stage of the game. Big balls decisions IMO Refs get slgged off enough for getting it wrong so a bit of praise for getting it right should be given when it's due. I don't know how thet did for the rest of the game as according to ITV everton were only on the pitch twice before the penalty, made motd look unbiased
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