Man Utd 0 – 1 Everton

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Updated: December 4, 2013

Bryan Oviedo scores the only goal in the game to make it Everton’s first win at Old Trafford in 21 years.

Moments before the winning goal, Kevin Mirallas’ free kick struck the left post rattling the crossbar then less than a minute later a low deflected cross from Romelu Lukaku on the right hand side was nailed into the bottom right corner of the net by the

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The deflection came off former Everton midfielder, Marouane Fellaini, who left the club at last summer’s transfer to join the Red Devils for a fee of £27.5 million. It was the first time the Belgium international was facing his old club.

It was also the first time for Manchester United manager, David Moyes, managing his side against his old side.

In the 11 years Moyes was in charge of the Toffees, the Scotsman could never achieve the three points at the theatre of dreams but for current manager Roberto Martinez, the Spaniard in his first Old Trafford visit with the team in blue.

The away side had the better start in the first half. 9 minutes in, a powerful strike at goal from Kevin Marillas had to be dealt by a double punch save from David De Gea.

Manchester United didn’t show much of a threat at goal until the quarter hour mark in which former Everton player Wayne Rooney took a low close range shot at old teammate Tim Howard.

9 minutes later Ryan Giggs was close from heading in a perfectionist cross from Rafael Da Silva but only to just miss the left post. The Welshman was close from being the only player to score a goal at each Premier League season since the competition started in 1992.

With just minutes left until the interval, Lukaku took Nemanja Vidic inside the United penalty area finding a gap to ping a low strike at goal but to be denied by the legs of De Gea.

Straight into the opening minute of the second half, Patrice Evra performed a deja vu attempt at goal. A left foot lightening strike from outside the away side’s penalty area was double punched by the American goalkeeper, the attempt in relation to Mirallas’ from the first half.

On the hour mark of the match, Rooney committed a late tackle on Phil Jagielka in front of both managers giving the referee, Martin Atkinson no choice but to give the forward a yellow card. The booking meant Rooney will have to miss his side’s next match at home to Newcastle United.

United kept on pressing forward making the away side’s defence something to worry about. With 18 minutes left on the timer, United’s best chance came from a corner in which Evra’s head got to the end of the delivery but to be kept out by Howard giving Welbeck’s head the rebound but the crossbar got in the way.

Martinez did his homework ahead of Wednesday night’s match and has got the award for challenging the maximum points against the Premier League champions.

Moyes’ fourth defeat of the season puts the team down to 9th place with Newcastle United at home on Saturday lunchtime.

Everton’s historic win at Old Trafford puts the Toffees in 5th place, level on their Merseyside rivals Liverpool with 27 points.

 

Line-ups:

Manchester United: 01 de Gea; 02 Rafael (Januzaj – 58′ ), 03 Evra, 11 Giggs (Booked), 12 Smalling, 15 Vidic, 25 Antonio Valencia, 31 Fellaini, 10 Rooney (Booked), 26 Kagawa (Nani – 58′ ), 19 Welbeck (Hernández – 81′ ).

Substitutes: 06 Evans, 13 Lindegaard, 14 Hernández, 17 Nani, 18 Young, 23 Cleverley, 44 Januzaj.

 

Everton: 24 Howard; 23 Coleman, 08 Oviedo, 16 McCarthy, 06 Jagielka, 15 Distin, 11 Mirallas (Naismith – 92′ ), 18 Barry, 17 Lukaku, 20 Barkley (Deulofeu – 69′ ), 22 Pienaar (Osman – 80′ ).

Substitutes: 01 Robles, 05 Heitinga, 07 Jelavic, 10 Deulofeu, 14 Naismith, 21 Osman, 26 Stone.

Goalscorer: Bryan Oviedo 86′

 

Referee: Martin Atkinson (West Yorkshire)
Attendance: 75,210

 

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