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Everton's defensive changed allowed us back in - Mourinho
“Everton start defending with everybody back so they give us the ball. We open with Luke (Shaw) on one side and Ander (Herrera) on the other and putting the balls in the box.
“In the end one cross one goal disallowed - wrong - but I don’t have a bad feeling at all because it was a difficult one for the linesman.
“We had more chances and we hit the post and Zlatan had a free header over the bar. We tried everything and in the end the goal arrived.
“In terms of points it is not that important, zero or one is not that important but it is important for the confidence not to lose.”
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Last-gasp draw was really painful admits Koeman
“It is always then hard to take but, of course, it was the right decision to give the penalty.
“But one minute more and you win the game and that is painful, really painful, because the boys did a great job and showed everything but it’s one point and if you can’t win, don’t lose.”
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Everything the Blues weren’t in the derby at the weekend, they were here: organised, full-blooded, dangerous and competitive.
United may have dominated the game, had most of the ball, peppered the Everton box with a succession of crosses but it took a rare, and maybe unfortunate, lapse to break the away side’s stirring resolve in the dying embers of this game.
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'Best in the league'
'Heartbreaking' Tweet shows Everton stadium architect Dan Meis is a True Blue
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Mourinho: We should have won 2-1
The performance was not very good but the spirit in the second half was phenomenal. Some players’ confidence level were low. With a bit of luck we would have won 2-1. I’m not criticising the linesman at all but when the video (referee) comes it will help. For me it is not offside. The opponent was totally defensive as always.
Koeman: Painful but proud again
Before the game we might have taken one point but not given how the game went this evening. We played well and controlled the game.
We were 1-0 up and had a lot of space on the counter-attack. We were terrific at defending and it was really painful how we didn’t win the game.
I’m really happy with the team performance and the belief and spirit from the team.
United had to take all the risks and had lots of tall people in front of the ball. I was confident with our defensive organisation.
I didn’t think we needed a reaction from Saturday because although we lost I was proud of the team. Tonight, seven out of the 18 in the squad were 22 or under.
Phil Jagielka makes a mockery and Ashley Williams effort cannot be forgotten says Greg O’Keeffe.
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Blues cruelly denied.
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Ibrahimovic: We deserved more
I think we deserved a little bit more. Their goal came out of nothing. We need to stay focused, we can’t make mistakes. We were attacking for most of the game and had good chances.
No mental block
You've done alright
Finishes 1-1. Blues denied victory with virtually the last kick of the game.
Sickener for Blues
Sickener. Absolute sickener.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic rolls it in.
Penalty to United
Ashley Williams concedes a penalty and is sent off for a deliberate handball on the line to prevent a goal.
Idrissa Gueye avoids a second booking following a challenge on Pogba.
Four more minutes
A minimum of four additional minutes.
Davies fouls Bailly.
Time to go?
Some of those leaving already
He’s gone off now.
Barkley off, Calvert-Lewin on
Gueye like Kryptonite to Pogba
There are certain players who just seem to have the number of an opponent: Gueye is like Kryptonite to Pogba.
Dominated him at Goodison and a nightmare for him so far tonight.
Barkley tiring big time now.
TIme for Valencia, surely.
Think Calvert-Lewin might be getting the nod.