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  • Everton 5-1 Hull City: Arteta double, Donovan scores

    Everton carved a sweet story in the 29th week English League. The Toffees public satisfaction with the Goodison Park 5-1 victory over Hull City.

    With this result Everton managed to rise to the order of eight standings. The team from Liverpool city this 41 pack 28 times the number of competitors and the remaining four points from Aston Villa on top of it.

    While still not moved from the top of relegation. They collected 24 points and goal difference less than Wolverhampton Wanderers, who had kicked the last safe zone.

    Dihelat in a game on Sunday (7/3/2010) , Mikel Arteta appeared as a victory with two goals offerings. Landon Donovan and Jack both Rodwel pack plus a suicide goal from Richard Garcia. Goals are merely puppets of Hull scored by Tom Cairney.

    Goodison Park roared in minute 17. Arteta cut the ball from Yakubu cross to open the host advantage.

    Everton could be winning 2-0 on 29 minutes when Yakubu not only failed to execute the kick from the white point. Everton gained a penalty after we Zayatte makes a violation of the forbidden box.

    But Hull managed to return in 32 minutes. Cairney hard kick off the left foot from about the line the left side of the penalty box to beat Tim Howard.

    But Arteta returned to Everton the lead. This time the bait finished by Steven Pienaar on 39 minutes to bring the hosts ahead 2-1 in the first round.

    Hull increasingly be in a difficult situation after they left behind 1-3. Garcia was one of anticipation that makes the ball his own goal conceded.

    Everton have ended the show. This time Landon Donovan's turn to show off the scoring on 82 minutes to give a sense of desperation for Hull.

    And Everton finish her party through Rodwell of goals scored in minute 86. Donovan plays an important role in these goals through assists made.


    Everton: Howard, Neville, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Osman (Rodwell '45), Heitinga, Arteta, Pienaar (Gosling 86), Yakubu, Anichebe (Donovan, '70)

    Hull: Myhill, McShane, Mouyokolo, Zayatte, Kilbane, Garcia, Bullard (Altidore '62), Boateng, Cairney, Barmby (Geovanni 60), Zaki (Vennegoor '69).


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