TITLE

moyes claims STRIKER DESERVED RED CARD

AUTHOR(S)
DOMINIC KING
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/29/2012, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
DAVID MOYES claimed Luis Suarez should have been sent off after the striker was embroiled in more controversy at the end of a thunderous Merseyside derby. While Moyes admitted Everton were lucky to escape with a draw after Suarez incorrectly had a stoppage-time goal ruled out, he was adamant Liverpool should have been down to 10 men before that. Suarez was booked by Andre Marriner for a 71st-minute foul on Sylvain Distin. He also tangled with Kevin Mirallas in the first half and antagonised the Goodison crowd with his outlandish goal celebration in the 14th minute, diving in front of Moyes in response to comments the Everton boss made before the game.
ACCESSION #
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