Saturday, 11 February 2012

Everton Beat Chelsea

Everton increasingly difficult position of Chelsea manager, Andre Villas Boas after the victory with two goals without reply at Goodison Park. After Manchester City, Chelsea became the second team of four beat Everton on two successive match at Goodison Park. Everton managed to beat Chelsea 2-0 at the same time complicate the position of manager Andre Villas-Boas in the Premier League on Saturday (11/2) evening.

Five minutes of the game running, the host is superior. Struggle for the ball between Tim Cahill and Frank Lampard made ​​the ball right on track Steven Pienaar. Briefly controlled the ball with his chest and Pienaar fired a shot to beat Petr Cech. The goal was to Pienaar became the first since returning from Tottenham Hotspur on loan.

Everton continued to reap the opportunities. Phil Neville's cross was met Denis Stracqualursi header from a thin slip next to Cech's crossbar. Landon Donovan then opened fire targeted Cech still be dammed. Only in the 25th minute Chelsea won scoring opportunities. Fernando Torres secured a header from Sylvain Distin, then Daniel Sturridge dammed kick in the penalty box.

The first round of an entertaining stay with Everton excellence. Chelsea's frustration showed when Raul Meireles dropped Stracqualursi. Everton still controlled the game after the break. Leighton Baines free kick posse have not been able to conquer the Chelsea players, as well as the efforts that have not produced results Stracqualursi.

Chelsea eventually pay dearly for their failure to create chances in the 75th minute. Donovan split the right wing and then provide feedback which is used to perfection by Stracqualursi. Two empty for the host. The tempo of the game and then tended to decline as Everton seemed to be satisfied with two-goal advantage. Until the game ends, they managed to secure the victory.

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