Cheltenham Town 1 - 5 Everton

Match info: FA Cup - 3rd Rnd at Whaddon Road Ground

Date: 07/01/2013 KO: 19:45 Ref: K Friend Att: 6,891

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers


Russell Penn 51



Nikica Jelavic 12
Leighton Baines 21 (pen)
Leon Osman 49
Seamus Coleman 58
Marouane Fellaini 89

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  • All over, easy enough for Everton but credit to Cheltenham for a spirited display where a penalty swung the game against them. Thanks for looking in.

  • Three minutes are being added on.

  • Jombati rages aginst the dying of the light with a shot that zips past the post.

  • All too easy as Anichebe went down the left, and put in a low cross that the Belgian ran on to with ease from seven yards out.

  • Fellaini scores! Cheltenham 1-5 Everton

  • Duffy goes over too easily in the box under challenge from Oviedo and rightly does not get the penalty.

  • Russell Penn is the home side's Man of the Match to much applause from the home fans. Naismith digs in a shot but Brown makes a good block from the Scot.

  • Billy Jones' corner goes deep, but Everton clear and Anichebe rampages downfield before Naismith's effort is easily taken by Brown.

  • Sam Deering is on for the energetic McGlashan. Hitzlsperger replaces Jelavic for Everton.

  • Everton sapping the energy out of Cheltenham by keeping the ball for long spells now, with Gueye ending a move with a shot at Brown.

  • Penn lets fly from 30 yards, but his second goal does not materialise, as the ball arrows straight at Tim Howard

  • This time Fellaini is spoken to after a vigourous challenge on Pack, but again there's no yellow card and rightly so. It's not been that kind of night.

  • Penn catches Fellaini with a raised foot, earning a talking-to from the referee but nothing else.

  • Everton will be looking to conserve energy with their eyes maybe on the game against Swansea next Saturday. Cheltenham will face York in a battle of the two racecourse towns, if you get my drift.

  • Leon Osman's good night's work is over, with Steven Naismith replacing him.

  • Kaid Mohamed wins a free kick after being caught by Anichbe, but McGlashan fires an angled shot harmlessly off target.

  • Jeff Goulding and Darren Carter are off for Darryl Duffy and Jake Taylor.

  • Magaye Gueye replaces the excellent Leighton Baines.


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