Those who went along to Analfield last night would have been delighted with a match that was full of special goals, incidents, but unfortunately only a draw for Alan Stubbs and his second string.
The Blues were pegged back to a 2-2 draw against the shite's second string, but our first half performance alone was well worth the few quid admittance fee.
The only blot on the evening was the injury to Jose Baxter which looks like ending his season prematurely as he was carried off halfway through the first period.
Putting that aside, Moyesy was also on hand to watch a goal that Adam Forshaw will remember forever as he gave the Blues the lead with fifteen minutes gone on the clock.
Receiving the ball in the shite half, he threw a dummy and unleashed a curling shot from twenty five yards out in to the Analfield Road End were a handful of Blues had turned out to watch. The shite keeper was helpless as his shot powered into the roof of the net, and it was a goal worthy of a candidate for Goal of the Month.
Just before the half Conor McAleny doubled the Blues lead when after a good knockdown from Apostolis Vellios left the youngster free to guide his shot on the volley into the same Analfield Road net.
Two nil at the half, and we even threw in a penalty save form Blues keeper Connor Roberts when he saved well from some shite player after the most dubious of decisions by Clattenburgs son me thinks.
The second period came and the shite fought back, and by twenty minutes into the second period their half time bollicking by some Spanish geezer had bore fruit for them.
The Blues were hanging on, and the second period was all the shite. Our first half exertions however will give Stubbsey and the watching Moyesy from the stands something to take from the game.
Everton: Roberts, Browning, Garbutt, Kinsella, Nsiala, Bidwell, Craig, Baxter, Vellios, McAleny, Forshaw
Subs: Barrow (Craig), Donovan (Baxter), Forrester, Fitzgibbon, Murphy
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