Cardiff City vs. Everton  0 - 0

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Commentary

Minute   Description
90' We are into the final minute of the second half and Campbell is put through only to be blocked off by a great tackle by Jagielka.
Everton get a corner in the first of three injury time minutes and Deulofeu puts a cross/shot across the face of goal. Everton will be so disappointed not to have capitalized on their chances and poccession in this game. Time's running out for a winner...
So, it ends in a stalemate as both managers shake hands at the end of a rarely exciting afternoon of football.
89' J. Mutch enters the game and replaces G. Medel.
87' CHANCE! Gerard Deulofeu makes an immediate impression and does what Mirallas should have done two minutes ago. He turns on the edge of the box and has a pop but the ball is plucked out of the air by Marshall -  who it must be said - made the save of the day today to keep Jelavic out in first-half stoppage time.
86' Gerard Deulofeu enters the game and replaces K. Mirallas.
85' CHANCE! Mirallas is put clean through but he wants too many touches and eventually loses the ball. What a waste. As my Dad would say, 'Just 'ave a pop, son!'
84' STAT ATTACK: The last league meeting between the sides was April 1962 when Everton ran out 8-3 winners at Goodison Park thanks to a Roy Vernon hat-trick. (BBCSport)
82' N. Maynard enters the game and replaces Bo-Kyung Kim.
CHANCE! The Fellaini - Baines connection nearly gives us the deadlock-breaker. The Belgian midfielder turns ourside the box and tees his fellow Man Utd target up - but this time on his wrong foot. He leathers it wide much to the relief of Malky Mackay on the touchline.
80' Ten minutes to go and we are still waiting for the breakthrough. Kone brings a marvellous save from Marshall again but the striker is offside when the ball reaches him.
78' D. Cowie enters the game and replaces C. Bellamy.
To paraphrase a quote from The IT Crowd, the trouble with Everton is that they try and walk it in. There are many nice touches around the box from Fellaini et al but the Bluebirds are able to contain the pressure and clear into safety.
75' 15 minutes to go and Everton continue to press, but Coleman is put under pressure from a crowd of red shirts and his cross hits the side netting. Is there some form of rain dance you can do to make it rain goals?

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 38 +65 86
2 38 +51 84
3 38 +44 82
4 38 +27 79
5 38 +22 72
6 38 +4 69
7 38 +21 64
8 38 +8 56
9 38 -7 50
10 38 -16 49
11 38 -15 45
12 38 +0 42
13 38 -11 40
14 38 -19 38
15 38 -22 38
16 38 -15 37
17 38 -16 36
18 38 -34 33
19 38 -45 32
20 38 -42 30