Wednesday, October 31, 2012

(Video+Pics) Everton 2 Vs 2 Liverpool - Tight Game

Merseyside Derby once again lasts loud and open.

Merseyside Derby edition of 219 and the first season ended without a winner, after the two teams drew 2-2 only.

In a match that took place at home to Everton, Goodison Park, on Sunday (28/10) last night, Liverpool had two goals first own goal by Leighton Baines and Luis Suarez. However, the host can then equalized with goals from Leon Osman and Steve Naismith.

The absence of Steven Pienaar, making Everton, David Moyes, experiment with lowering Steven Naismith along with Kevin Mirallas and Marouane Fellaini behind Nikica Jelavic.

While Brendan Rodgers still rely duet youngster, Raheem Starling and Suso, to help work on the front lines Luis Suarez Liverpool. Both teams open play straight from the kick off whistle sounded. The home side immediately threatened, while Kevin Mirallas movement of the left side almost made Daniel Agger put the ball into his own net.

Appear quite convincing in the first ten minutes, Everton just have left earlier after Leighton Baines an own goal. Left back the English national team, one anticipates that the ball kicking Luis Suarez turned toward and into his own goal. Just six minutes later, Liverpool return to silence supporters hosted by Luis Suarez header, use the feedback Steven Gerrard free kick.

Despite two goals behind, the Toffees are not showing signs of giving up. David Moyes's team responded by launching a barrage into the Reds defense. As a result, in 22 minutes, taking advantage of anticipation errors goalkeeper Brad Jones, Leon Osman managed melesatkan hard kick from outside the penalty box that led to the right corner of the goal.

27th minute, Suarez almost scored his second goal. Receiving feedback from lemaparan into Wisdom, Suarez snaking past two Everton players before kick left-footed melesatkan horizontal thin on the left of goalkeeper Tim Howard.

Entering the 35th minute, Goodison Park roared back after Steven Naismith equalized with Fellaini pull sontekannya utilizing feedback from the right side of Liverpool's defense. After the goal, Everton appear more pressing. Two golden opportunities could be obtained before halftime. First, through Mirallas kick in the 38th minute that was blocked by Jones and capable of following through a hard kick distance from Seamus Coleman in the 44th minute, which is still thin soared over the crossbar.

In the second half, the game is still running in a high tempo and both teams alternated attack.

Everton had two golden opportunities. Fellaini's header in the 59th minute took a pass Coleman was wide of the Liverpool goal. A few minutes later, Nikica Jelavic header that found the ball well wide. The visitors also had an opportunity to lead in 83 minutes. Feed Jordan Henderson from the right side kick was met Gerrard, but there is still Phil Jagielka could block the ball shot the captain Liverpool.

In injury time, exactly at minute 94, Suarez scored with sontekannya right in front of goalkeeper Tim Howard. Uruguay attacker is already celebrating his goal, but then be disappointed after seeing the linesman had raised his flag offside mark. The decision smells of controversy, because of the reruns, Suarez was in a position on-side before it strikes the ball. Moment as well as a cover of the game. With this draw the Toffees climbed into the 4th position with 16 points from nine matches. While the Reds are in 12th place with 10 points.

The composition of players
Everton: Howard, Coleman, Baines, Jagielka, Distin, Neville, Osman, Fellaini, Naismith (Oviedo 85 '), Mirallas (Gueye 46'), Jelavic

Liverpool: Jones, Enrique, Wisdom (Henderson 69 '), Skrtel, Agger, Gerrard, Allen, Sahin (Coates 46'), Sterling, Suso (Shelvey 46 '), Suarez


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