Saturday, 17 March 2012

Everton vs Sunderland share points

Game FA Cup last eight of Everon and Sunderland drew 1-1. Everton and Sunderland need to play a test match last eight FA Cup after a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park on Saturday (17/3) evening. Both goals came in the first round. Sunderland went ahead early through Phil Bardsley, before Tim Cahill returned 12 minutes later. Without injured Lee Cattermole and Stephane Sessegnon, who had sanctioned the accumulation of cards, these results are fairly positive for Sunderland.

Obtained the first chance for the visitors when James McClean grabbed Sebastian Larsson free-kick. However, McClean's header wide. Everton immediately reply header from Leon Osman and also misses the point. In the eighth minute, Craig Gardner violated Royston Drenthe in the penalty box. Everton players ask for a penalty, but referee Andre Marriner budge. Television replays showed the offense should receive a penalty

Four minutes later, Bardsley breaking goalkeeper Tim Howard with a fierce shot from 30 yards. Everton will cast a thought Phil Colback cross, but a free-kick short to Bardsley fed. The defender kicks the ball through the line of host defense. A number of scoring opportunities replies obtained Osman, Marouane Fellaini, and John Heitinga. The goal was finally created in the 24th minute. Nikica Jelavic loose ball struck Cahill's header to beat Simon Mignolet.

In the second half, Everton continued to press. Sunderland should be grateful to Mignolet who performed brilliantly by several times to rescue, especially in the last minute of the game. Osman feinting by providing cross to Heitinga. Header can be ignored Mignolet. Jelavic struck the ball gag, but Mignolet can improve the position and capable of holding the ball. Tenure means Sunderland 1-1 and still not able to beat Everton in 16 games since 2001.

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