Everton vs Newcastle United extended match highlights

Posted on May 13th, 2012 | 19 Comments |

Highlights of today’s rather disappointing encounter (for we Magpies anyway) today at Goodison Park.

Somewhat bizarrely in a game where we had nothing to lose (Our place in the Europa Legoue was already guaranteed) and everything to win (well, a place in the Champions League anyway), our Silver Supremo played it all cagey in the first half, with disastrous consequences. When half time came around, he reverted to a more attacking set up. This improved things considerably in the second half overall, but by then we were two goals down and it was a bit too late, sadly. With Tottenham and Arsenal both winning, it was all academic in the end anyway, but even so, they weren’t to know that at the time.

Everton vs Newcastle United full match video, extended highlights and interviews.

Venue: Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool. Date: Sunday, 13th May, 2012. Kick-Off: 3pm. Referee: Andre Marriner (Sheldon, West Midlands).

Teams sheets

Everton (4-4-2): Tim Howard (G), Tony Hibbert, Johnny Heitinga (Sylvain Distin 67), Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines, Phil Neville (C Tim Cahill 72), Steven Pienaar, Darron Gibson, Marouane Fellaini, Leon Osman, Nikica Jelavic (Denis Stracqualursi 81).

Subs: Jan Mucha (G), Sylvain Distin, Seamus Coleman, Ross Barkley, Tim Cahill, Magaye Gueye, Denis Stracqualursi.

Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G), James Perch (Ryan Taylor 47), Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon (Sylvain Marveaux 47), Hatem Ben Arfa, Cheick Tiote (Shola Ameobi 79), Yohan Cabaye, Jonas Gutierrez, Papiss Cisse, Demba Ba.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Shane Ferguson, Ryan Taylor, Dan Gosling, Gabriel Obertan, Sylvain Marveaux, Shola Ameobi.


Everton 3 – 1 Newcastle United.

Everton: Steven Pienaar (16), Nikica Jelavic (27), Johnny Heitinga (65).

Newcastle United: Tony Hibbert (OG 73)

Yellow cards: Johnny Heitinga (8), Cheick Tiote (11), Leighton Baines (45+2), Yohan Cabaye (90+4).

Red cards: Tim Cahill (straight red 90+4).


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19 Responses

  1. We must all spare a thought for all of the poor Man Utd fans sitting dejected around the far reaches of the country! (yeah right you glory seeking pr???s). Hopefully
    they’ll be constantly reminded of how they threw away an 8 point lead (taking the emphasis off us from when we threw the title) in a couple of weeks to lose the title on goal difference following a goal well into Fergie Time by their arch enemies) ain’t life a bitch! Not only are they now the 2nd best club in the English Premiership but their also now the 2nd best club in their own City (that smug Scottish Bar Steward will be fizzing!). Yes the difference is that Man Utd will likely be winning trophies again before we win one however it’s still great to be able gloat at their failings for a change!

  2. Hey Manure fans!

    Just think – you might have won the league if you’d been capable of beating United!!! :)

  3. Aye,

    a shot to nothing that we wasted from the bits that i (eye) saw.
    Albeit their first 2 were a deflection & a handball.
    But yea, it turned out to be academic & we’ve ended up about right, a comfortable fifth.

    Well done to manc!

  4. It’s probably good that we left ourselves something to think about too.

  5. Man utd fans always take emphasis off their own teams shortcomings. I’ve got a mate who supports man utd (he got it off me badly in january :D) and I saw him last week and he said ‘city are going to win the league cos of your lot’ I’m pretty sure they got beat off city too like haha. Anyway who do people want to see at newcastle next season? I want debuchy, douglas, bas dost, luuk de jong, and somebody in defence and/or midfield too.

  6. guys! gr8 season overall! go to foxsoccer.com and vote for cisse goal of the season. currently in second place

  7. Clint there certainly is a lot to ponder still.

    Just because we’ve had a fantastic season I don’t doubt for a minute that Pardew will sit down with his staff and have a look at what needs improving.

    The tactics have either been superb or bloody awful. It’s not difficult to know what system suits our players, and I hope we set up next year to fit our players in positions that suit them.

    Certainly in game strategies need addressing when things are not going our way, and I’m sure Pardew will learn from it all. This was only his second full season in the Premier League.

    But for now we gotta be all very proud of everyone and what they’ve done this season. Next season will be tougher with added European nights at St James Park again.

    I can’t wait :-)

  8. Jimbob,

    He’ll know a lot more about this team after this season, won”t he?
    Not bad for a learning curve!


  9. Hey, first time commenting on here, result wasnt great today thort we could have put up more of a fight for the final game and that elusive CL place, however I am in a way quite pleased that we have only got europa league action next season as I reckon we could have had our party cut short rather quickly if we came up against th CL “big boys” It could also give MA something to tnhink about next season he got close to it this year can he do it next year, will he want to try? I hope he does I think if we perform th way we have this year we can do pretty dam well in europe next seaaon providing we can keep hold of our key players, really lookin forward to next season cant wait to see what happens.

  10. We’ve got the Euro’s and the Olympics to keep us entertained until the new season starts! Any truth in the rumour that Ashley Young will line up next to Tom Daly in the Diving Competition?

  11. Well welcome aboard, Toonforlife!

    Mick, aye, bit of a mixed blessing though as Benny and Cabaye will be well and truly in the shop window there.

    Very witty!

  12. Yes! i fear the loss of more than one of our better players, but as they have no real roots here yet, then if we NUFC get an offer that cant be refused, amen!
    Talking crazy money here, Carroll like offers.

    It would i believe retard our progress to-wards what has to be every clubs dream, bitta Silverware.
    As we are going to have some European experience, for the club to do well, would certainly get exposure for Sports Direct, not to mention tv and St James” Park Attendance.
    In fact to attempt to hold onto what we have and bring in some defensive help, could result in a very competitive side, that could do well this approacing season.
    Somehow of the choices, I just cant see Ashley turning down any crazy money, when in fact that money could increase considerably the following year.
    An example was Spurs holding onto their players last season, who looked, at one occasion, like a side challenging for the title.
    With the right trades being made, NUFC could be a much improved side and possibly put in a challenge for a Champions league spot.
    But fans will have to be patient, we are still a work in progress and seem to be either slow learners, or ……
    The point is this club has the choice of being a selling club or one that wants to compete, silverware or dosh? or even both ?

  13. Well it will be interesting to see if any other club wants to pay through the nose to take one of our players that have done well for a season or less, again…a la ac?

  14. Here’s where I get my head bitten off !
    Of course I’m delighted & amazed that we achieved 5th!
    And qualified for europe – brilliant !
    But, we’ve still won nowt!

    Chelski were 6th & in europe – but won the FA CUP
    Liverpool 8th & in europe – and won the League Cup

    Would I swap 5th for 6th & the FA CUP ? – definately yes
    Would I swap 5th for 8th & the L CUP ? – probably yes

    Both would have been wonderful progress plus glory !

    Next season we are in 3 cups – please lads, win just one of them !
    and qualify for europe in (say) 7th (cos I think both chelski & liverpool will do better next time).