Monday, April 21, 2014

Moyes aponda mabeki Man United

Red feeling blue again: Wayne Rooney, another former Everton man, looks downcast after the opener
David Moyes accused Manchester United of 'rank and rotten' defending as the Scot endured a hellish return to Goodison Park.

Everton strolled to an easy 2-0 win that ended United's hopes of Champions League qualification with four matches remaining.

'I thought the two goals we conceded today were rank, rotten,' the United boss said.

'The (first) goal was a big kick up the pitch, it was nodded down and picked up, and for us to concede a goal like that was terrible.

'The second was a better move but we should have defended it much better that we did.

'We gave away two terrible goals but prior to that we passed the ball brilliantly well, kept the ball, had great control of the game.

'What we couldn't do is make enough chances, but we had a great control and we got done by two stupid decisions.'

Clear penalty: The ball strikes Phil Jones on the hand, prompting referee Mark Clattenburg to award a penaltyPaying the penalty: Leighton Baines drives home the spot-kick to score Everton's openerHere's what I want: Moyes instructs Welbeck as the forward prepares to go onInstruction: Moyes tries to advise Wayne Rooney and (below) substitute Danny Welbeck, to no availMaking his point: Moyes tries to turn around United's fortunes during the second halfRank and rotten: David Moyes was unimpressed with United's defendingBack: David Moyes walks into the away dugout at Goodison Park ahead of the matchNot looking good: Moyes looks pensive during the early stages at GoodisonDaily Mail

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