Newcastle United – Everton [Recap]

The match between the English football teams Newcastle and Everton ended dramatically for Newcastle United, who suffered a 2-1 loss in front of their neighbors. This also means that I’ve won the bet I placed on Newcastle’s victory.

After losing their top goal scorer (Demba Ba) to Chelsea, Newcastle United should worry about losing their place in the Premier League after the defeat from Wednesday, when the victory of Everton condemned them to a 10th defeat in a total of 13 games. When Newcastle began 2009 hovering just above the drop zone, it was hard to believe that they would go down. Still, they did. Those scars that have barely healed and the excellent performance of Everton proved to be a fatal combination.

Also, while Everton is still good enough to finish on top four this season, the manager of Newcastle, Alan Pardew, couldn’t say the same about his team. It is absolutely clear that Newcastle United is in desperate need of a lift and a source of motivation.

The goals of this match were scored in the 59th minute, when Newcastle United managed their first and only goal with the help of Anichebe, in the 65th minute when Bigirimana from Everton scored the first goal for their team and in the 80th minute, when Sammy Ameobi added the triumphal goal for Everton.

All in all, the result of this match was pretty easy to predict, judging by the latest performances of Newcastle, which were really poor.


Result: +6.25, bet won

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4 Comments on "Newcastle United – Everton [Recap]"

  1. Bamboo January 8, 2013 at 6:37 pm - Reply

    Here’s an interview with David Moyes, the manager of Everton: …he was very proud of his team, and not just because it’s his, but because they really made a nice figure

  2. Ionut January 8, 2013 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    The free-kick from Leighton Baines was truly impressive…it rose Everton’s level, just before substitute Victor Anichebe offered the visitors the the spectacular 2-1 victory.

  3. Ionut January 8, 2013 at 6:45 pm - Reply
  4. Grey January 8, 2013 at 6:46 pm - Reply

    Leighton Baines is undoubtedly one of the most complex players I’ve ever seen!

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