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  • Everton 1-0 Chelsea: Beckford solo-run

    Superior number of players since the 52nd minute, Chelsea surrendered 0-1 to Everton in the Premier League 38th week at Goodison Park on Sunday (05/22/2011).

    Chelsea had difficulty developing the game in the first ten minutes. They are also almost conceded by firing Phil Jagielka (8) and Jermaine Beckford (10).

    Only after that, Chelsea is able to master the situation. Besides able to break the opponent's attack, the more consistent Chelsea created chances. Until the 37th minute, they create at least three good chances through Frank Lampard, Nicolas Anelka, Alex and Ashley Cole, which unfortunately none of them led to goals.

    Everton can only reply was a series of threats in the 39th minute, through Leighton Baines shot that misses to the left of goalkeeper Petr Cech.

    Chelsea reacted quickly to improve the coordination game and regained control of the situation. However, although not threatened, they still closed the first half with the score 0-0.

    Chelsea re-started the second half with a dominating game. They have not scored a goal, when midfielder Seamus Coleman received a second yellow card for the violations to John Obi Mikel.

    Chelsea are increasingly dominating the match. However, Everton are able to survive well and in the 74th minute counterattack managed to steal that led to goals from Jermaine Beckford.

    Chelsea tried mempertipis backwardness. However, Everton quickly closed ranks behind that, despite failing to add a goal, they managed to maintain the advantage until the long whistle sounded.

    Team Line-up:
    Everton: Tim Howard; Sylvain Distin, Pahil Jagielka, Leighton Baines, Tony Hilbert, Jack Rodwell, John Heitinga, Leon Osman, Mikel Arteta (Tim Cahill 90), Seamus Coleman, Jermaine Beckford (Victor Anichebe 80)

    Chelsea: Petr Cech, John Terry, Alex (Paulo Ferreira 70), Ashley Cole, Branislav Ivanovic, John Mikel Obi (Salomon Kalou 61), Frank Lampard, Michael Essien (Joshua McEachran 78), Florent Malouda, Fernando Torres, Nicolas Anelka


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