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  • Bolton 2-0 Everton: Cahill header, Sturridge great-strike

    Bolton Wanderers maintain opportunities to the European stage. Shown at home, they managed to beat Everton 2-0 in Premier League continued on Sunday (2/13/2011).

    With the victory, Bolton did not depart from the position of the 8th. However, they are now pocketing the value of 36. They left only one point from Sunderland and three points from Liverpool who are in sixth place.

    To pursue the Champions League is hard rations. Bolton behind 11 points from Tottenham Hotspur, who while in fourth place, or the last position the Champions League zone. However, the opportunity to enter the big four remain. At least, Bolton could pursue the position of the 5th which is allotted to the Europa League. Two rations again be given to the Carling Cup and FA Cup. One jatu again be given to the most fair play team.

    The order of the 5th now occupied by Chelsea with a value of 44. That is, points behind Bolton only 8 digits from Chelsea. With the competition that still leaves 12 games, Bolton is still likely at least pursue the ambition to be where the 5th.

    Bolton Everton mengadapi appear very solid. Although opposed to applying the attacking game and often inconvenient, but the ranks of Bolton defender was always able to mementahkannya.

    Everton's ambition to steal the points precisely to fruition fatal. in the 10th minute, Gary Cahill who successfully broke into the Everton goalkeeper, Tim Howard.

    This goal makes Everton's increasingly ferocious attack. They were able to release the 12 kicks at goal, while Bolton is only 10 times. However, Bolton even adding a goal in the 67th minute through Daniel Sturridge. The goal was finally patented Bolton 2-0 victory over Everton.

    Team Line-up:

    Bolton Wanderers: 22-Jussi Jaaskelainen; 12-Substance Knight (31-David Wheater 28), 5-Gary Cahill, 4-Paul Robinson, 18-Samuel Ricketts, 8-Stuart Holden, 16-Mark Davies, 7-Matthew Taylor (27-Lee Chung-yong 60), 9-Johan Elmander, 15-Daniel Sturridge, 14-Kevin Davies

    Everton: 24-Tim Howard; 15-Sylvain Distin, 5-John Heitinga, 3-Leighton Baines, 18-Phil Neville, 25-Marouane Fellaini, Mikel Arteta 10-, 17-Tim Cahill, 7-Diniyar Bilyaletdinov (16-Jermaine Beckford 61), 23-Seamus Coleman (21-Leon Osman 61), 28-Victor Anichebe (37-Jose Baxter 78)


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