Everton vs Newcastle United match highlights and post match interviews

Posted on September 30th, 2013 | 17 Comments |

Highlights from this evening’s game between Everton and Newcastle United at Goodison Park.

Everton v Newcastle United full match video.

Alternative highlights.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew.

Roberto Martinez.

Score and goalscorers.

Everton 3 (Lukaku 5, 37, Barkley 25), Newcastle United 2 (Cabaye 51, Remy 89).

Teams and other match facts.

Everton (4-2-3-1): Tim Howard (G); Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka (c), Sylvain Distin, Leighton Baines; James McCarthy, Gareth Barry; Leon Osman, Ross Barkley (Steven Naismith 88), Kevin Mirallas (Gerard Deulofeu 73); Romelu Lukaku

Subs: Joel Robles (G), John Stones, John Heitinga, Gerard Deulofeu, Steven Naismith, Nikica Jelavic, Arouna Kone

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Mike Williamson HT), Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon; Vurnon Anita (Papiss Cisse 69), Cheick Tiote, Moussa Sissoko; Yoan Gouffran, Loic Remy, Hatem Ben Arfa (Yohan Cabaye HT).

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Paul Dummett, Mike Williamson, Yohan Cabaye, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Papiss Cisse.

Yellow cards: Leighton Baines (17), Kevin Mirallas (44), Cheick Tiote (55), Gareth Barry (80).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffs).

Attendance: 36,000.


Do you agree with the Newcastle United board that if we mount a serious challenge to win a cup competition, the club would run the risk of being relegated like Wigan or Birmingham City?

 (view results)

Loading ... Loading ...

NUFCBlog Author: workyticket workyticket has written 1091 articles on this blog.

Related Posts:

17 Responses

  1. For those not really interested in the result, it was a game of, the now well known “two halfs”.
    The first dominated by Everton, the second brought about a resurgent Newcastle.
    Though in general Everton deserved the points, give the Newcastle side credit for attempting a comeback.
    They managed to make the score respectable.
    So where do we stand as a side ?
    In fact we have a certain amount of talent, if harnessed right could make us a definite top ten club.
    But unfortunately we have a manager who has no idea about how to either organize or employ the right combination of players, against the various sides we meet.
    And if this continues we could see ourselves in the same situation we ended up in, last year.
    Something that will cause our astute owner to again spend money in another panic situation.
    So nothing new to report.

  2. JUst dint nar what to say about that 1st half defending bar the whole back line we would of been better fieldingt a school boy defence cause they probally show more backbone than them useless chinlessd wonders and were the blo9ody hellk was the right back and left back

  3. and ben afra what can ya say but he starting to beleive his own blooming hype in the papers get ya feet back on the blooming ground voted worlds number 1 player in ya blooming dreams boy

  4. Chuck, I notice you don’t have anything to say about how Mike Williamson completely transformed the defence when he came on for Yanga-Mbiwa. Lukaku was free to do what he wanted until he came on. He was our best defender by a long way.

  5. any1 here think 1 of the cb should of headed that ball away instead of leting the bloody thing bounce for there 3rd goal that ball came a long way for me

    October 1, 2013 at 10:04 am

    “when ya def aint even doing the basic things right, its time to scrap it for me”

    Time to scrap what, Toon? That is the question.

  7. been blantly obvious for a long time our defence is simply not up to it, and how blooming much do we pay collo to so call organise our defence

  8. <<<<< but im sure the numptys will be along soon to tell me what a great bloody defender collo is again yeah right

  9. Worky @ 4#

    On Williamson
    No in fact I had nothing to say, as he wasn’t particularly impressive, nor his usual inept self.
    Plus you appear to have used enough ink in your unwarranted praise of him, to make a mediocrity into the new Frank Brennan.
    If you have any idea who he was.

  10. thought williamson did ok meself won the ball in the air in def alot of the time 2nd half but i aint convinced about any of our cb now meself

  11. 1 thing i am sure about is there 3rd goal would not of happened if he was on the pitch, he would of headed the thing away instead of puting the cat amonst the pigeons and leting the bloody ball bounce

  12. collo takes the main blame for me why did he not tell the left back and right back to tuck in and keep it tight 1st half

  13. On a positive note, it’s my opinion Gouffran has earned himself a spot and Anita does the unspectacular but efficient stuff that largely goes unnoticed.
    And I can see why we went after Remy, who has an eye for goal.

    Again, HBA was wasted, this time on the left wing and as he seldom takes the ball to the line, but cuts in, which leaves the ball on his wrong foot and would have been better to have left him on the right, if in fact he cant get a start behind the striker.

    I would like to know exactly the role given to Sissoko ?
    Is he a defensive midfielder ?
    Or is he supposed to supplement the attack, as he is all over the place, without what can be discerned as a recognizable role.

    We now see it was a mistake to not sign someone like Douglas, who is big, good in the air, put’s himself about.
    As we were bullied a bit by a physical Everton side.

    Certainly the defense needs work, being we have conceded the most goals of any side in the PL apart from Sunderland.

    Actually what it all boils down to, is NUFC are an underperforming side due IMO to poor direction, from an inept manager.
    Something everyone in football is aware of, except the guy who owns the club and pays his wages.
    What to do, what to do ?