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Old Trafford (ATT 75,210) 4th December 2013 - Kick off 19:45

Man Utd Manchester United vs Everton Everton


Everton 1

B Oviedo (86)

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  1. Bryan Oviedo is the Everton hero tonight in a match which will have major repercussions on the title race. Stay with us for a full match report and all the best post-match reaction.

  2. Roberto Martinez has achieved at his first attempt what David Moyes could not in 11 matches - guide Everton to victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

  3. 90+5

    ALL OVER! Everton have won at Old Trafford for the first time since 1992.

  4. 90+4

    Rooney is penalised for handball.

  5. 90+3

    Long-range effort from Lukaku flies wide of De Gea's goal.

  6. 90+2

    Free-kick for Everton on the edge of their own box as Januzaj tangles with McCarthy.

  7. 90+2

    Mirallas makes way for Naismith.

  8. 90

    Four minutes of added time will be played.

  9. 90

    Wasteful from Delofeu as he has space down the right and Lukaku in the middle, but he can only chip the ball straight into De Gea's hands.

  10. 88

    Not long to go for United to force their way back into this game. They've hit the woodwork twice, but now Everton have forged ahead.

  11. 86

    Everton keep the pressure on and Lukaku drives the ball across the face of goal where Bryan Oviedo arrives unmarked to drill the ball beyond De Gea!

  12. 86


  13. 85

    Superb effort from Mirallas! So close to the opener as the free-kick goes up and over the wall only to be denied by the outside of the post.

  14. 85

    Valencia takes out Coleman and Everton have a free-kick in a dangerous position outside the box and to the left.

  15. 84

    Now Vidic is penalised for a hefty challenge on Osman.

  16. 83

    Nani's handball is eventually spotted by the officials, but Everton fail to make the free-kick count.

  17. 81

    Fellaini gets away with catching McCarthy high up on the back of his thigh with his studs raised. No action from Atkinson. Should have been at least a booking.

  18. 80

    Hernandez comes on for Welbeck, even though Vidic is limping at the back.

  19. 80

    Pienaar is replaced by Osman for Everton.

  20. 79

    Finally, some respite for Everton, as they can hold onto the ball for a spell and craft an attack of their own.

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Barclays Premier League
Pos Team P Pts
1 Tottenham Hotspur 2 6
2 Chelsea 2 6
3 Manchester City 2 6
4 Swansea City 2 6
5 Arsenal 2 4
6 Hull City 2 4
7 Aston Villa 2 4
8 West Ham United 2 3
9 Liverpool 2 3
10 Everton 2 2
11 Sunderland 2 2
12 West Bromwich Albion 2 2
13 Manchester United 2 1
14 Southampton 2 1
15 Stoke City 2 1
16 Leicester City 2 1
17 Newcastle United 2 1
18 Crystal Palace 2 0
19 Burnley 2 0
20 Queens Park Rangers 2 0