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  • Everton 1-1 Chelsea: Saha great-header, Kalou great-strike

    Just three minutes after entering replaces Florent Malouda, Salomon Kalou scored a goal which could make the position of making Chelsea a 1-1 draw until the end of a normal round, FA Cup fourth round match at Goodison Park on Saturday (29/01/2011).

    Playing as a guest, Chelsea had dominated the first round match. However, though without conceding, they failed to score against the host.

    When the second half started, Everton took the initiative to attack and be able to put pressure means the defending champion.

    After struggling till the 62nd minute, Everton managed to excel thanks to goals from Louis Saha. From the middle of the penalty box, Saha utilized Leighton Baines corner kick into the Peter Cech nets.

    After that, Chelsea increase the intensity of the attacks. After not getting a chance means, manager Carlo Ancelotti to enter Kalou replacing Malouda in the 70th minute.

    Chelsea game was much improved. They are often under pressure and hard to develop games. Still, they managed to equalize, through Kalou in the 75th minute. From the middle of the penalty box, Kalou successfully fired the ball into the goal posts Ramires host.

    Do not want to lose the moment, Chelsea continued its pressure. Besides able to break the opponent's effort to get up, Chelsea also created a number of opportunities, which unfortunately did not produce a goal, until the end of the game.

    One of the best opportunities they occurred in the 85th minute. At that time, Ramires fired a low shot from outside the penalty box, which unfortunately only hit the pole left goalpost host.

    Everton responded by threatening it with a shot from Jermaine Beckford in the 89th minute. However, Petr Cech managed to throw the ball out of the field.

    Over 90 minutes, Chelsea had the ball as much as 46 percent and created four golden opportunity from eight experiments. As for Everton nine shots off accurately from 14 experiments.

    With these results, Chelsea and Everton will rematch at Stamford Bridge to determine who will advance to the fifth round.

    Team Line-up:

    Everton: Tim Howard, Phil Neville, John Heitinga, Sylvain Distin, Leghton Bainez, Seamus Coleman, Mikel Arteta, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Marouane Fellaini Jack Rodwell (Jermaine Beckford 86), Louis Saha
    Chelsea: Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, John Terry, Jose Bosingwa, Branislav Ivanovic, Frank Lampard (John Mikel Obi 85), Michael Essien, Florent Malouda (Salomon Kalou 70), Ramires; Nicolas Anelka, Didier Drogba Referee: Howard Webb


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