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Goodison Park (ATT 36,410) 24th August 2013 - Kick off 15:00 Ref: R East

Everton Everton vs West Bromwich Albion W Brom


W Brom 0

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  1. The final whistle goes and there is frustration around Goodison Park as Everton have to settle for a point following a goalless draw with West Brom.

  2. 90+2

    Barkley has a shot blocked and his appeals that it came off Jones' hand fall on deaf ears, rightly so as replays show it cannoned into the full-back's torso.

  3. 90+1

    Coleman almost grabs a lucky goal for Everton as his attempted cross from the right wing flies over the head of Daniels and comes crashing off the crossbar.

  4. 90

    Four minutes of added time have been signalled so there is still an opportunity for either side to snatch a winner.

  5. 88

    Foster kept West Brom level earlier and Daniels does the same here with a fabulous save down to his left to keep out a good shot from Coleman that had been travelling inside the near post.

  6. 87

    Vydra goes down in the Everton area following a coming-together with Jagielka, but there is no real appeal for a penalty and referee East waves play on.

  7. 85

    Osman slips a pass through towards Naismith but the flag goes up for offside and Everton are frustrated again.

  8. 83

    Off the post! Fellaini controls a Jagielka pass on his chest and pokes a shot past Daniels, but the post comes to West Brom's rescue and Naismith is unable to turn in the rebound.

  9. 82

    West Brom make their third and final change as Brunt replaces Long.

  10. 80

    Daniels passes his first test as he rushes out of his area to boot the ball clear before Kone can latch on to a long pass.

  11. 78

    Foster limps off as he is escorted down the tunnel by the physios and Daniels comes on for the closing stages. Clarke will be relieved he had a couple of substitutions up his sleeve.

  12. 77

    Foster has gone down with a knock in the area and the physios come on to administer treatment. It is unclear where the problem has stemmed from as he has not been involved in any sort of collision, but it looks as though he will have to go off and Daniels quickly has to get ready on the touchline.

  13. 76

    There is a growing sense of frustration around Goodison Park as Everton struggle to carve out many good chances against resolute opponents.

  14. 74

    Howard comes to Everton's rescue with a diving save down to his left to keep out a scuffed effort from Long, after Naismith had put his team in trouble by giving the ball away in midfield.

  15. 72

    Martinez decides it is time to make a double change and brings on Kone and Naismith for Jelavic and Mirallas in an attempt to find a breakthrough.

  16. 71

    Everton surprisingly decide not to throw too many men into the box for the corner and that has been a running theme today, with not enough players in the centre to provide the finishing touch.

  17. 70

    Mirallas tries to bamboozle a couple of West Brom defenders with his quick feet but McAuley keeps his eyes on the ball and makes the block to concede a corner.

  18. 68

    Vydra looks determined to make an impact as he holds off Distin and lays the ball off for Jones, whose cross-cum-shot from a tight angle only gets as far as the side-netting.

  19. 66

    That will be Rosenberg's final act of the afternoon as Vydra is brought on to give the Everton defenders something new to think about.

  20. 65

    Howard is called into action for the first time all day as Rosenberg's fierce strike from 20 yards forces the Everton keeper to leap away to his left and parry the ball away.

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