By Chris Wright
Having not scored at Old Trafford since December of 2007, Everton duly went and snaffled themselves four in an afternoon (including two in the last 10 minutes), coming from 4-2 down to salvage and incredible draw against Manchester United – Steven Pienaar harnessing the power of the either Robbie Fowler or the big man upstairs to score the leveller with five minutes left to play.
It all went a little something like this: Jelavic (33′, 0-1), Rooney (41′, 1-1), Welbeck (57′, 2-1), Nani (60′, 3-1), Fellaini (67′, 3-2), Rooney (69′, 4-2), Jelavic (83′, 4-3), Pienaar (85′, 4-4).
The result basically means that Man City will go back level on points with United at the top of the table if
they can manage to overturn spank Wolves’ little pink behinds at Molineux this afternoon and then go on to win the derby at the Etihad a week on Monday.
Over to you Bobby.