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Opta: “Javier Hernandez is the only player in Premier League history to score 10+ goals away from home as a substitute.”
Indeed he does make some changes. Off go Nani and Jonny Evans, on come Antonio Valencia and Javier Hernandez. It’s now Chris Smalling and Phil Jones at centre-back, with Valencia slotting in at right-back.
Yellow card for James McCarthy. The Everton midfielder takes Juan Mata out by following through on a robust challenge. Looks like David Moyes is about to change things...
Goal's Harry Sherlock: "United are clueless. There's no invention, there's no desire, there's no real ability. It's just downright embarrassing. #MUFC"
@mharrison196348: "@GoalUK Utd could still get 4th...#moyessaidthatnotme..."
@_GeneralIbe: "Does he still need more time? He is completely clueless even if 10yrs is given to him, #moyesout @manutd @goaluk"
Good run from Seamus Coleman. The Everton full-back is (AGAIN!) given too much space to run into. He makes good use of it and evades a challenge but then strikes a wayward shot well wide.
Better from Manchester United. Shinji Kagawa forces Tim Howard to make a save with a drive from 25 yards, while Ross Barkley is booked for tugging at the shirt of Chris Smalling.
We’re under way for the second half - and within 30 seconds we have a chance. Wayne Rooney has a glorious opportunity to pull one back but takes forever to get a shot away before Antolin Alcaraz gets back to challenge. Really should have pulled the trigger earlier.
Half-time change, presumably due to injury, as Antolin Alcaraz replaces Sylvain Distin for Everton.
This is the most clueless Manchester United have been all season. They have no idea what they’re doing. Not one of them. You have to seriously question whether the United hierarchy will stick with David Moyes beyond the end of the season. I mean, just an hour ago he was talking about still finishing fourth. Eh?
@GOLDTOSIN123: "@GoalUK #MoyesOUT Damn it....so clueless"
@Abasegun: "@GoalUK . Man u has an average coach"
@_GeneralIbe: "And i hear £200M to be given to d clueless one! Hahahahaha. D sooner he leaves d beta 4 us @manutd @bbcsport @goaluk #moyesout"
Opta: "Manchester United have won only three of their last eight Premier League games against Everton after winning 21 of the previous 26."
Jon Birchall reports from Goodison Park: "Half-time here and Manchester United are lucky that it is only 2-0 to Everton. It has been hopeless from the visitors, while the likes of Naismith, Baines and Stones have all been outstanding for Roberto Martinez. What now for David Moyes?"
GOAL: Everton are humiliating Manchester United here. It's 2-0 to Everton after Kevin Mirallas exploits some lax positioning from Alex Buttner who plays the Belgian onside to finish superbly past David de Gea. This could get very, very ugly for the visitors.
Former Everton striker Gary Lineker: “I like John Stones....a lot. England are desperately short in his position. Might be worth a wild card. He's got everything bar experience.”
Manchester United are *almost* in when Ross Barkley’s wayward pass goes straight to Wayne Rooney, but Sylvain Distin is there to clear. Then Everton break down the right and John Stones’ drilled cross is nearly converted at the near post by Romelu Lukaku.
Decent move from Manchester United. Nani plays a one-two with Juan Mata in the Everton box but the Spaniard delays his return pass for too long. Nani eventually receives the ball back on the right-hand side of the six-yard box but his cross is easily cleared.
Opta: "13 - Leighton Baines has scored all 13 of his Premier League penalties, the only player to take 10+ and have a 100% record. Perfect."
GOAL: Leighton Baines coolly dispatches from the spot to put the hosts in front after a ridiculous handball from Phil Jones, who clearly blocked an effort on goal with his arm. It's no less than Everton deserve - they have been by far the better team so far.
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