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Saturday, December 14, 2013
 Full Time
L. Osman  18' 1-0 
 1-1D. Berbatov (p) 67'
S. Coleman  73' 2-1 
G. Barry  84' 3-1 
K. Mirallas  90' 4-1 
HT: 1-0
Goodison Park (Attendance: 33,796)
Referee: Anthony Taylor
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Everton vs. Fulham
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Excellent in the first-half, misfiring for large parts of the second, Everton still easily had enough in the tank to defeat a game but ultimately outclassed Fulham here at Goodison Park, to climb to fourth in the league. Fulham started the brighter of the two sides, playing some nice possession football while the home side found their range. However Leon Osman scored a lovely goal on 18 minutes, feinting on the edge of the area with his right foot before firing home with his left, and for the rest of the half his side were dominant, with Gerard Deufoleu, Steven Pienaar and Ross Barkley orchestrating wave upon wave of attacks. From these, Lukaku came closest to adding to the lead, his downward header from a corner saved excellently by Stekelenburg. The second half however saw a resurgent Fulham, with Everton's passing game starting to go awry. Deulofeu was a chief culprit, but all the more worrying was when he went down clutching his hamstring on the hour. Stretchered off, he was replaced by Kevin Mirallas, with Everton already living dangerously with Kacaniklic missing a sitter from just five yards out after Howard's parry. Berbatov then made it 1-1 from the spot after Gareth Barry tripped Kacaniklic and at the time the away side deserved it. With Mirallas imposing himself though, Everton pulled away with Seamus Coleman first scoring from lovely interplay between Pienaar and Lukaku. Gareth Barry then tucked in at the far post from a corner to make it three, before Mirallas added the gloss with a 20 yard drive that Stekelenburg should have done better with. Most pleasing for Roberto Martinez will be the comfortable scoreline despite the less-than-perfect performance. Fulham are still deeply in the mire. Thank you for joining me this afternoon.
That's full-time here. They weren't even at their best in the second half, but Everton still score four goals to beat Fulham 4-1.
Fulham are looking for a consolation but Damien Duff's attempts to replicate Mirallas go awry as he fires over after cutting inside from the left.
Everton do get their fourth! There's suddenly space galore in the dejected Fulham defence and Mirallas runs down the left before cutting inside his man 20 yards out and curling a right-footed shot under the body of Stekelenburg. He's had a good game, but the keeper could've done better with that one.
Everton break from their own half with Barkley finding Kevin Mirallas on the left. He's fouled but the ball breaks free to Bryan Ovieda who has space to run into the area. Lukaku's screaming for it in the area but Oviedo has the blinkers on and his drive is blocked.
Everton are looking for more and Ross Barkley attempts to thread a ball through to Lukaku, but it's cut out by the Fulham defence. The away side come up the other end but lose the ball themselves, they're starting to look like they've given up the ghost.
Everton make a change. Steven Pienaar comes off for youngster John Stokes.
That's surely it. A corner comes in from the right by Kevin Mirallas, Sylvain Distin gets a head to the ball and it bounces of Lukaku before Gareth Barry nods it in at the far post. It's messy but more importantly it's a game winner you'd have thought.
Damien Duff has come on for Fulham, replacing Ashkan Dejagah.
Everton still aren't clicking and the normally excellent Steven Pienaar sends a wayward pass out to the right that goes into touch. The home fans do not like that and voice their disapproval. Up the other end Scott Parker plays a one-two with Berbatov and then passes onto to Kasami. The ball almost gets to Darren Bent in the area but is put out for a corner. There's confusion in the box with Bent lurking but ultimately it's a goal kick to Everton.
Everton have got some of their first half swagger back. Kevin Mirallas gets forward down the right and his ball is deflected for a corner. The ball from the Belgian is long to the edge of the area and is diverted towards Lukaku, but Aaron Hughes is there to get ahead of the forward and clear, before Fulham charge up the other end.
Here comes Darren Bent. He's coming on for Karagounis and has 13 minutes to try and restore parity for his side.
Everton restore their lead! A lovely move down the left sees Steven Pienaar play a ball to Lukaku on the edge of the area, picking up the one-two by the by-line and playing it across the area back to the front man. The ball skews free but only as far as Seamus Coleman who charges into the area to send a left-footed drive low into the net.
The first booking of the game goes to Ashkan Dejagah as he goes in late on Phil Jagielka.
Kevin Mirallas has his first impact on the game, breaking down the right but firing into the side netting after getting goal side of Aaron Hughes.
Substitution for Fulham. Alex Kacaniklic goes off for Pajtim Kasami.
Dimitar Berbatov steps up, feints to shoot right, then sends the ball the opposite way past Tim Howard. 1-1 and deservedly so!
Penalty Fulham! Gareth Barry goes into Kacaniklic from behind as he meets a low ball into the area from the right and the winger goes down. It looks he might've jumped into that but the referee is right there to see it.
Worrying for Everton as Gerard Deulofeu pulls up running to reach a ball to the by-line. He manages to cross the ball to Leon Osman, who heads wide, but then he goes down looking in some pain holding his hamstring. The stretcher comes on for the midfielder and that's the end of his afternoon, and possibly longer. Kevin Mirallas comes on for his 50th Everton appearance.
Fulham continue to put some nice stuff together to come into the Everton area. Interplay in the midfield involving Sidwell and Berbatov sees the ball spread wide to Riise. The cross from the right is long towards Berbatov on the far post but the Bulgarian can only hit the side netting with his header. Much more even here this half though.
Everton haven't fully got out of the dressing room yet, but they manage to win a corner as Gerard Deulofeu's low ball from the right is deflected out. The corner from the Spaniard reaches Bryan Oviedo on the edge of the box and his right-footed shot takes several ricochets before Fulham can clear. That could've gone anywhere.
A poor period of play sees a loose West Ham ball picked up by Ross Barkley, only for the midfielder to play a short pass to absolutely no one out on the right himself. Fulham are on the attack as a result but Steven Sidwell runs out of ideas and fires wide from the 25 yards out.
Ok scratch that. THIS is Fulham's best chance. From a corner, Steven Sidwell hits a low drive from the edge of the area that Howard can only parry right into the path of Kacaniklic. From five yards out he manages to fire it over the bar. How on earth did he miss that? Sitter.
Fulham have their best chance of the game after a terrible mix-up between Leon Osman and Phil Jagielka on the edge of the box sees the pair collide going for the same ball. It breaks to Scott Parker who hits a shot with the outside of his right foot that Tim Howard has to stretch to tip away. That's the first thing the American's really had to do this afternoon, but it's a good thing he did it.
Here come the teams for the second period then. There have been no changes from either side during the break, so it's Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley who get us under way, with Everton playing from right to left.
Bar a bright opening few minutes by the visitors, the first half has been all about Everton's attacking play, the home side looking to hurt the oldest squad in the Premier League with their pace. Steven Pienaar, Ross Barkley and Gerard Deulofeu have been dominant going forward, giving Romelu Lukaku plenty of service and causing the Fulham defence headaches. A series of corners was all the Blues really had to show for the first quarter of an hour or so, but after Leon Osman scored on 18 minutes - placing a lovely left-footed drive beyond Maarten Stekelenburg from the edge of the area - they grew in confidence. Deulofeu had several attempts on goal, while his passing began to cut the away side to ribbons. Seamus Coleman also tested the keeper, but the closest to extending the lead was Lukaku, who angled a downward header from four yards out that was tipped around the post. Fulham have had their occasional moments and haven't played badly going forward, with Alex Kacaniklic looking to create down the left and Dimitar Berbatov showing some deft touches. Really, though, this game has been a one-sided affair, even if the score does not reflect that... yet.
Right on half-time Fulham gain a free-kick just inside the Everton half on the left. A goal now would barely be deserved; Karagounis whips the ball in low to the edge of the area and it breaks to Steven Sidwell, who fires a shot high and wide of goal. The whistle goes for half-time. Everton 1-0 to the good.
Fulham manage to get into the Everton half for a sustained period for the first time. Scott Parker has a shot from range blocked by Distin. They come again, although the move breaks down as Kacaniklic is adjudged offside.
Everton continue to rack up the corners. A low ball from Deulofeu from the right is tipped away for one by Stekelenburg with Lukaku lurking. The Spaniard's corner from the right results in another corner from the left that Pienaar takes. It finds Leon Osman in the area who has a clear sight on goal but has his shot deflected for yet another set-piece. Finally, Fulham deal with another Pienaar cross and clear the danger.
Everton are looking so good on the attack, playing with pace and invention every time they come forward. They're just a couple of final passes away from really widening the gulf between the two sides this afternoon.
Ross Barkley manages to win the ball in the Everton half and suddenly an ocean of space opens up in front of him. The youngster charges upfield, he has the Fulham defence in front of him and so tries to find the supporting Lukaku, unfortunately hitting the ball behind the Belgian forward.
Sylvain Distin runs into trouble in midfield and Fulham break. Dimitar Berbatov plays a lovely little ball through to Alex Kacaniklic. His cut back into the centre of the area is blocked, but Karagounis follows up to fire wide.
Steven Pienaar gets down to the left by-line to meet a ball through and draws it back to Ross Barkley. The young midfielder takes an extra touch too many and his shot's blocked, but only as far as Leon Osman who fires over. Another good opportunity.
Romelu Lukaku has the chance to score or square to Pienaar as he wins the race against Aaron Hughes to get hold of a through ball. However he can't find his team mate.
Fulham are up in the Everton half briefly, winning a free-kick on the halfway line. However Everton come away with it and launch another scathing attack; Steven Pienaar begins it - he's another who's been at the centre of everything so far - and the ball works its way to Seamus Coleman on the right. He fizzes a shot in with his right foot that's saved by Stekelenburg. The home side are playing with real confidence now.
Deulofeu plays a through ball from the right that's just ahead of Romelu Lukaku. Even the Belgian's notorious acceleration couldn't get him to reach that one. He'd have been if he had though.
It's the two young Everton midfielders who have been making the most noise in this match so far. Ross Barkley is one, and he bursts through the middle to find the other; Gerard Deufoleu has another attempt on goal from the right of the penalty area but blazes it over. He's been bright so far, but the teenager doesn't seem to have his shooting boots on today.
Everton win another corner from that man Deulofeu's cross from the right. Lukaku rises highest at the near post to meet Steven Pienaar's corner from the same side and angles a downward header that's tipped around for a corner by Stekelenburg.
...and he has another one too. This one isn't quite as mesmerising though, the midfielder pouncing on a blocked shot from Barkley to try a chip from the edge of the area that sails over the bar.
Everton are in full flow now and so is Gerard Deulofeu. Out on the right he jinks his way into the box and hits a low right-footed shot that goes wide of the post. He could've squared it there as there were options, but it was a typical moment of exciting play from the Spaniard, who is starting to exert his influence here.
That is a lovely goal from Leon Osman. He receives the ball on the edge of the Fulham area, dummies to shoot with his right to create space for a left-footed drive that buries itself deep in the Fulham net. 1-0.
Romelu Lukaku's been quiet so far but his injection of pace just inside the Fulham half sets off a move that sees Seamus Coleman find space down the right to put an early ball in. Ross Barkley's in the area and his header is knocked out for a corner.
It's Fulham's turn to attack, with John Arne Riise coming off the flank and cutting through the heart of the Everton midfield. His shot is blocked but Dejagah follows up with a high drive that's deflected for a corner. The away side bring numbers into the box to attack this but Everton deal with the set-piece.
Everton have their third corner after another Oviedo cross is charged down. It's taken by Steven Pienaar and Phil Jagielka manages to flick it towards goal. If Leon Osman can get a touch on that it's in! But instead the ball goes wide of the right post.
Bryan Oviedo has been an excellent replacement for Leighton Baines in recent games and he almost shows what he can do here, receiving the ball on the left and pinging in a direct cross to the box that Fulham manage to scramble clear. The home side are now on the front foot though and Fulham have to pull numbers back to deal with it.
Everton haven't found their range yet as it were, but they win another corner. Deulfeu manages to find Jagielka with his ball from the right but the header is off target.
Fulham are holding their own here and Parker intercepts the ball in midfield, setting off a sweeping move. The ball to Dejagah slices through Everton's high defensive line but is over hit. That's a shame, but the idea was right.
After that early pressure, Fulham are starting to settle now, passing the ball around freely. They're getting harried by the Blues' pressing game but they're keeping their composure. A chain of more than 20 passes ultimately comes to nothing though as Jagielka again steals the ball on the edge of his penalty area.
Flying start from Everton as Phil Jagielka nicks the ball inside his own half and they break swiftly. Ross Barkley finds Gerard Deulofeu whose ball into the area from the right is deflected away for a corner.
Fulham are ready to get the game under way. They're wearing their change red shirts with white shorts. They play from left to right; Everton are in their home blue shirts. Here we go then!
Last season after 15 games, Everton were in seventh with a respectable 19 points. They've surpassed that easily this campaign, sitting in fifth with 28. Roberto Martinez' side are also just a fortnight away from staying unbeaten for a calendar year at home. They will be keen to ensure they reach that achievement.
There's less than 10 minutes to go until kick-off, so let's have a quick look at the teams. There isn't much to report in all honesty, other than Gerard Delofeu starting in place of Kevin Mirallas for Everton. Fulham are unchanged from last weekend, meanwhile, with Scott Parker remaining captain. Fulham are right in the thick of it down the bottom, in 18th position on goal difference - how they'd love to get themselves out of it today.
Maarten Stekelenburg, Sascha Riether, Philippe Senderos, Aaron Hughes, John Arne Riise, Steve Sidwell, Scott Parker, Ashkan Dejagah, Giorgos Karagounis, Alex Kacaniklic, Dimitar Berbatov. SUBSTITUTES: David Stockdale, Pajtim Kasami, Bryan Ruiz, Kieran Richardson, Damien Duff, Elsad Zverotic, Darren Bent.
Tim Howard, Seamus Coleman, Sylvain Distin, Phil Jagielka, Bryan Oviedo, Ross Barkley, Gareth Barry, Leon Osman, Gerard Deulofeu, Steven Pienaar, Romelu Lukaku. SUBSTITUTES: Joel, John Heitinga, Nikica Jelavic, Kevin Mirallas, Steven Naismith, John Stones, Antolin Alcaraz.
Everton midfielder James McCarthy is suspended, having picked up a fifth booking of the season against Arsenal last weekend. Leon Osman is expected to replace him. Defender Tony Hibbert won't be fit until next week after injuring his knee in training. For Fulham, on-loan forward Darren Bent is available again after a hamstring injury while defender Fernando Amorebieta could also return from a similar problem.
Fulham have lost five of their last six Barclays Premier League away games and have failed to score in all those defeats, but they should take heart from how improved they looked in last weekend's home win over Aston Villa. Outperforming the visitors in possession, an attack that has looked so limp this season seemed invigorated, with Berbatov, Steven Sidwell and Scott Parker all looking like their old selves again. Berbatov reportedly wants a move away in January, so was his hunger merely to put himself in the shop window? New manager Rene Meulensteen wouldn't be drawn on it, but did say: "I had a good chat with him, he's not a stranger to me. We know what games we have coming up all the way to January, and he's fully committed to Fulham." But what about beyond then?
Roberto Martinez can't worry too much about Fulham's form, he can only worry about his own side's, and in that respect he should be sleeping soundly at the moment. The Toffees have lost just once all season – away to Manchester City – and have taken 16 points from a possible 24 since then, including an away win at Manchester United and holding league leaders Arsenal to a draw last weekend at the Emirates Stadium. Expectations are high as they return home to face what, in theory, should be a comfortable task, but Martinez has warned, “it is difficult to maintain your standards when you come back home and you are playing a game where the expectations are going to be really high.” That said, his side's confidence is sky-high at the moment, and with Barcelona loanee Gerard Delofeu starting to assert himself on the team (two goals and an assist in his last three games,) the spoils should be theirs this afternoon.
Hello and welcome to a grey Goodison Park, where hosts Everton have a chance to enter the top four with a win today against struggling Fulham. With their arch rivals Liverpool not in action until tomorrow, the Toffees could end the day in third position. However, while a week or so ago you'd have suggested that this fixture should be a formality for Roberto Martinez' in-form side, Fulham looked like a new team in beating Aston Villa 2-0 last Sunday. That was the second game of Rene Meulensteen's managerial reign at Craven Cottage, and his players looking hungry to play in the white shirt once again. Among those was Dimitar Berbatov; still one of the most dangerous finishers in the Premier League on his day, if he remains fired-up he could make Everton's afternoon trickier than they'd otherwise envisaged.
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Team Stats
Everton Fulham
4 Goals 1
3 Assists 0
22 Shots 16
7 Shots on Goal 3
2 Saves 3
0 Penalties Scored 1
0 Penalty Kicks 1
16 Crosses 6
12 Corner Kicks 2
0 Offside 3
10 Fouls Committed 7
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
57% Ball Possession 43%
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
24Tim Howard 90 - 0 0 1 2
6Phil Jagielka 90 0 0 0 - -
8Bryan Oviedo 90 0 0 0 - -
10Gerard Deulofeu 64 0 0 0 - -
15Sylvain Distin 90 0 0 0 - -
17Romelu Lukaku 90 0 0 0 - -
18Gareth Barry 90 1 0 0 - -
20Ross Barkley 90 0 0 0 - -
21Leon Osman 90 1 0 0 - -
22Steven Pienaar 88 0 1 0 - -
23Seamus Coleman 90 1 0 0 - -
11Kevin Mirallas 26 1 0 0 - -
26John Stones 2 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Maarten Stekelenburg 90 - 0 0 4 3
3John Arne Riise 90 0 0 0 - -
4Philippe Senderos 90 0 1 0 - -
7Steve Sidwell 90 0 0 0 - -
9Dimitar Berbatov 90 1 0 0 - -
11Alex Kacaniklic 69 0 0 0 - -
14Giorgos Karagounis 78 0 0 0 - -
18Aaron Hughes 90 0 0 0 - -
24Ashkan Dejagah 83 0 1 0 - -
27Sascha Riether 90 0 0 0 - -
28Scott Parker 90 0 0 0 - -
8Pajtim Kasami 21 0 0 0 - -
16Damien Duff 7 0 0 0 - -
39Darren Bent 12 0 0 0 - -
Everton vs. Fulham
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Everton 4-1 Fulham
90' Half Over  Everton 4-1 Fulham
90' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
90' Shot  Damien Duff (Fulham)
90' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
90' Shot  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
90' Goal  Kevin Mirallas (Everton). Assist by Osman
90' Shot on Goal  Kevin Mirallas (Everton)
90' Cross  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
90' Yellow Card  Philippe Senderos (Fulham)
90' Shot  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
89' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
88' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
88' Substitution  John Stones (on). Pienaar (off). (Everton)
87' Shot  Ross Barkley (Everton)
86' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
86' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
86' Offside  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
85' Shot  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
85' Cross  John Arne Riise (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
85' Free Kick  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
85' Foul  Kasami fouled by Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
84' Goal  Gareth Barry (Everton). Assist by Lukaku
84' Shot on Goal  Gareth Barry (Everton)
84' Shot on Goal  Romelu Lukaku (Everton)
84' Corner Kick  Kevin Mirallas (Everton)
84' Shot  Sylvain Distin (Everton)
84' Shot  Leon Osman (Everton)
84' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
83' Substitution  Damien Duff (on). Dejagah (off). (Fulham)
83' Shot  Darren Bent (Fulham)
83' Corner Kick  John Arne Riise (Fulham) - Off Target
82' Cross  John Arne Riise (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
81' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
81' Cross  John Arne Riise (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
80' Corner Kick  Kevin Mirallas (Everton)
79' Cross  Kevin Mirallas (Everton) - Deflected - Out of Play
79' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
78' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
78' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
78' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
78' Substitution  Darren Bent (on). Karagounis (off). (Fulham)
76' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
76' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
75' Yellow Card  Steven Pienaar (Everton)
74' Foul  Senderos fouled by Steven Pienaar (Everton)
73' Goal  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
73' Shot on Goal  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
73' Cross  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Defended by Keeper
73' Foul  Barkley fouled by Scott Parker (Fulham)
73' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
72' Cross  Seamus Coleman (Everton) - Directly Out
72' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
71' Foul  Pienaar fouled by Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
70' Yellow Card  Ashkan Dejagah (Fulham)
70' Foul  Jagielka fouled by Ashkan Dejagah (Fulham)
70' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
69' Cross  Seamus Coleman (Everton) - Directly Out
69' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
69' Substitution  Pajtim Kasami (on). Kacaniklic (off). (Fulham)
67' Penalty Goal  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
67' Shot on Goal  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
67' Free Kick  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
66' Foul  Kacaniklic fouled by Gareth Barry (Everton)
65' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
65' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
64' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
64' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
64' Substitution  Kevin Mirallas (on). Deulofeu (off). (Everton)
61' Shot  Leon Osman (Everton)
61' Cross  Seamus Coleman (Everton) - Off Target
60' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
60' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
60' Shot  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
60' Cross  Sascha Riether (Fulham) - Off Target
58' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
57' Foul  Parker fouled by Leon Osman (Everton)
56' Shot  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
56' Corner Kick  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
55' Cross  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Intercepted
55' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
54' Offside  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
53' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
52' Shot  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
51' Throw-In  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
50' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
50' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
49' Shot  Alex Kacaniklic (Fulham)
49' Shot on Goal  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
49' Shot  Ashkan Dejagah (Fulham)
49' Foul  Berbatov fouled by Sylvain Distin (Everton)
48' Foul  Pienaar fouled by Ashkan Dejagah (Fulham)
48' Shot on Goal  Scott Parker (Fulham)
46' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
46' Foul  Senderos fouled by Romelu Lukaku (Everton)
46' Cross  Seamus Coleman (Everton) - Directly Out
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Everton 1-0 Fulham
45' Shot  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
45' Cross  Giorgos Karagounis (Fulham) - Completed Pass
45' Free Kick  Giorgos Karagounis (Fulham)
45' Foul  Dejagah fouled by Seamus Coleman (Everton)
45' Offside  Alex Kacaniklic (Fulham)
44' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
44' Shot  Scott Parker (Fulham)
43' Corner Kick  Steven Pienaar (Everton)
43' Shot  Leon Osman (Everton)
43' Corner Kick  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Headed Out - Out of Play
42' Corner Kick  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Headed Out - In Play
41' Cross  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Defended by Keeper
40' Cross  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Headed Out - In Play
39' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
38' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
38' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
37' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
36' Goal Kick  Tim Howard (Everton)
36' Shot  Giorgos Karagounis (Fulham)
36' Shot  Ashkan Dejagah (Fulham)
35' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
35' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
35' Shot  Leon Osman (Everton)
34' Shot  Ross Barkley (Everton)
33' Shot  Ross Barkley (Everton)
32' Cross  Bryan Oviedo (Everton) - Completed Pass
32' Shot on Goal  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
31' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
31' Foul  Sidwell fouled by Gareth Barry (Everton)
31' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
30' Cross  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Directly Out
29' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
28' Shot  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
27' Shot  Ross Barkley (Everton)
26' Foul  Coleman fouled by Giorgos Karagounis (Fulham)
26' Throw-In  Alex Kacaniklic (Fulham)
25' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
24' Corner Kick  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Clearance In Play
24' Shot on Goal  Romelu Lukaku (Everton)
24' Corner Kick  Steven Pienaar (Everton)
23' Cross  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Deflected - Out of Play
23' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
22' Shot  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
22' Foul  Barkley fouled by Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
21' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
20' Foul  Karagounis fouled by Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
18' Goal  Leon Osman (Everton). Assist by Pienaar
18' Shot on Goal  Leon Osman (Everton)
18' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
18' Corner Kick  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) - Headed Out - In Play
17' Shot  Ross Barkley (Everton)
17' Cross  Seamus Coleman (Everton) - Off Target
17' Throw-In  Bryan Oviedo (Everton)
16' Foul  Barkley fouled by Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
16' Corner Kick  Alex Kacaniklic (Fulham) - Directly Out
15' Shot  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
15' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
14' Shot  Phil Jagielka (Everton)
14' Corner Kick  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Off Target
12' Cross  Bryan Oviedo (Everton) - Headed Out - In Play
12' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
10' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
10' Corner Kick  Gerard Deulofeu (Everton)
8' Cross  Gareth Barry (Everton) - Headed Out - In Play
7' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
6' Foul  Parker fouled by Leon Osman (Everton)
6' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
5' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
3' Throw-In  John Arne Riise (Fulham)
2' Throw-In  Seamus Coleman (Everton)
2' Corner Kick  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Clearance In Play
1' Cross  Steven Pienaar (Everton) - Deflected - Out of Play
1' Start Half 
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CKCorner Kicks
FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
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GAGoals Against
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