David Moyes booed by Everton fans… then calls his own defender Phil Jones ‘stupid’ after seeing Man Utd lose to former club
David Moyes edging closer to Manchester United exit door after abject display against former club Everton
Roberto Martinez was justifiably delighted in his post-match interview, after seeing his Everton side beat Man United, and thereby complete the Double over them for the first time since 1969. Martinez was effusive in his praise for his team, reminding everyone that they’ve just played 3 games in 8 days, while this was United’s first
David Moyes hits out at ‘rank and rotten’ defending as his Manchester United side capitulate to Everton
David Moyes hits out at ‘rank and rotten’ defending as his Manchester United side capitulates to Everton
David Moyes was surprisingly contented with his side’s performance at Everton today, intimating that United were the better team despite the defeat. Moyes lamented the two ‘dreadful’ goals they conceded, in particular the first, which came via a penalty conceded by Phil Jones, who needlessly handled the ball. Moyes quipped that ‘had the keeper made
Wayne Rooney’s unhappy homecoming at Everton was full of graft, but not much craft as Manchester United slump again
Victory over former manager David Moyes keeps up race for UEFA Champions League spot
Everton completed the double over Manchester United and moved back to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 2-0 win. Leighton Baines slotted home a 28th-minute penalty after Phil Jones had handled Romelu Lukaku’s shot and Kevin Mirallas then doubled the advantage, collecting Seamus Coleman’s pass and smashing past David de Gea from the angle.
Everton 2-0 Man United: Agony for David Moyes at former club as Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas hand hosts top four hope
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Man United’s Phil Jones made The Face during poor, penalty-conceding performance v Everton [Best Tweets]
Everton vs Manchester United recap: Baines and Mirallas sink Moyes’s United. See it as it happened here
Arsenal rounded off an excellent week with their second Premier League win by beating Hull City 3-0 this afternoon.Two goals from Lukas Podolski either side of half time, after Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring, set the Gunners on their way to 70 points with three league games remaining.It increases the cushion between Arsene Wenger’s men and fifth placed Everton to four points, prior to the Toffee’s game at Goodison against Manchester United in the late Sunday kick off.Wenger made threes changes from the side which beat West Ham on Tuesday night. Mesut Ozil returned after five weeks out with a hamstring injury, taking the place of Tomas Rosicky who dropped to the substitutes bench. Aaron Ramsey came in and replaced Kim Kallstrom.