TITLE

BIG MATCH RATINGS

AUTHOR(S)
DOMINIC KING
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/29/2012, p73
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
EVERTON 4-4-1-1 TEAM AVERAGE 6.7 TIM HOWARD Powerless to prevent either goal. Good handling and steady throughout. 6 SEAMUS COLEMAN Caught out of position a couple of times but good going forward. 7 PHIL JAGIELKA Everton's best defender. Made crucial block late on to stop Gerrard shot. 8 SYLVAIN DISTIN Fortunate not to suffer a serious injury after being caught by Suarez. 6 LEIGHTON BAINES Brimming with energy and provided a constant threat on the left. 7 STEVEN NAISMITH Scored to secure a point but remained on the periphery for too long. 6 PHIL NEVILLE Booked for a ridiculous dive, but had the grace to admit he was in the wrong. 6 LIVERPOOL 4-3-3 TEAM AVERAGE 6.7 BRAD JONES His poor punch was punished when Osman scored Everton's first. 6 ANDRE WISDOM Stuck to his guns but given the runaround by Mirallas during a difficult first half. 6 MARTIN SKRTEL Out of sorts in first half, dominant in second. Never shirked battle with Fellaini. 7 DANIEL AGGER Didn't get a lot of help from Enrique but kept Jelavic quiet. 7 JOSE ENRIQUE First half was dreadful but tactical reshuffle at the break helped him improve. 5 JOE ALLEN Outstanding. Superb passing and not bothered by the physical battle. 9 STEVEN GERRARD His deliveries created one goal and should have led to another. 8 admit he was in the wrong.
ACCESSION #
82847113

 

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