Moon Of Liberty Saturday Soccerround – 04 Feb 2017

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Moon Soccer 13 Round Up

Premier League – Everton v Bournemouth

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Lukaku gets four in nine goal thriller

Everton’s fine recent form at home continued in a crazy game against Bournemouth at Goodison Park. Lukaku with a curling shot gave the Toffees the lead and he added a second on the half hour. Lukaku set up James McCarthy and Everton were coasting at 3-0 at the break. Eddie Howe’s side threw everything into the second half and got back to 3-2 through a double through Joshua King. Lukaku put the game beyond doubt with his hat trick then added a fourth to make it 5-2. In injury time there was still time for Harry Arter to score for Bournemouth and Ross Barkley to have the final word to complete a fantastic day for the Everton fans with a 6-3 victory in the end.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Premier League – Hull v Liverpool

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More misery for Liverpool

Liverpool dreadful start to 2017 continued with a very poor 2-0 defeat at Hull City. Keeper Simon Mignolet was at fault for the first dropping the ball at the feet of Debutant Alfred N’Diaye to give Hull the lead just before half time. Oumar Niasse kept calm when put through to complete the victory with six minutes to go. The win will help Hull’s relegation battle but defeat for Liverpool means they are seven games without a win since the 1-0 cup replay at Plymouth.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Nottingham Forest v Aston Villa

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Youngster’s last gasp winner

Nottingham Forest were able to take advantage of 10 men Aston Villa but left it late to claim the points. Villa started the better and a strike from the edge of the box from Jonathan Kodjia gave the visitors the lead. Britt Assombalonga reacted to a spilled Jamie Ward shot to tap in the equaliser and continue his recent scoring form after two goals in midweek. With 12 minutes left Jack Grealish was sent off setting up a finale in which Forest left it until injury time for Assombalonga to head in the direction of highly rated youngster Ben Brereton to score the winner which moved Forest up to 15th in the table and eight points clear of the drop zone. Forest have now only lost one of their last six games and after victory against Rotherham in mid week, this completes six critical home points for the Reds.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Newcastle v Derby

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Ritchie’s strike puts Newcastle back to the top

Derby County’s play-off hopes were dealt a blow after a narrow defeat in their tough trip to Newcastle. A deflected shot from Matt Ritchie on 27 minutes was enough for Newcastle to move ahead of Brighton at the top of the table. Derby can have few complaints as Newcastle controlled most of the game and deserved their win. Derby are currently in eighth place, three points behind Sheffield Wednesday in the play off battle.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Blackpool v Colchester

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All Square at Bloomfield Road

Blackpool have not won in five league games after being held at home by Colchester United. The home side took the lead as Jamille Matt converted a Nathan Delfouneso cross. Kurtis Guthrie had Colechester level at the break and he hit the bar in the closest either side would come to a inner in the second half. Sam Slocombe also made a fine save from George Elokobi as Colchester looked for a winner late on. It was not to be and the 1-1 draw leaves Blackpool sat in 14th place in mid table.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Accrington Stanley v Notts County

More away day misery as Magpies lose at Accrington

Notts County’s improved home fore as of late is not translating away from home as they were well beaten by fellow relegation strugglers Accrington Stanley. Harvey Rodgers on loan from Hull gave Accrington the lead with a header and another loanee Noor Husin sealed the points for the Lancashire side who move three points ahead of County in the table. Notts are just outside the relegation zone just one point ahead of Leyton Orient and this will feel like a missed opportunity to get themselves some breathing space.

Full Report(BBC Sport)

League 2 – Barnet v Mansfield

Big away win for the Stags

Mansfield Town have put themselves right back in the League 2 play off race continuing their recent unbeaten run with a 2-0 win at Barnet. Ben Whiteman scored for the second straight game cleanly finishing off a lay off from Shaquile Coulthirst. Mansfield earned a penalty in the second half as Richard Santos tripped Coulthirst and he stepped himself to score and seal the points. Mansfield are now two points off the play-off spots and unbeaten in eight league games.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Cheltenham v Newport

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Injury time strike earns Newport a deserved point

Newport County made it four games unbeaten but left it late to earn a point at Cheltenham Town. Newport did not deserve to lose but Cheltenham had the lead with their only shot on target in the whole game through Kyle Wootten. The late equaliser came from Jaanai Gordon as Newport continue to inch closer to putting themselves back into contention for survival. They are now two behind Leyton Orient and three behind Notts County after both were beaten today.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

FA Trophy Round 4 – Tranmere v Chelmsford

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Replay in Essex after draw

Tranmere Rovers will go to Chelmsford City for a replay after a 1-1 draw at Prenton Park. Chelmsford are a league below Tranmere but took a shock lead after a long range effort from Robbie Willmott. Cole Stockton forced a replay 15 minutes from time with a turn and strike from 18 yards. Tranmere pushed for the winner but could not get it. Rovers will now have to head to Essex to try and secure a Quarter Final place. The game will take place on Wednesday.

Full Report (Tranmere Rovers.co.uk)

National League – Dagenham & Redbridge v   Chester

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Red card turns the game in the Easy Londoners favour

Chester City seemed on course for an impressive win at Dagenham & Redbridge but in the end were beaten by two late goals as Johnny Hunt was sent off. Jack Sheppard scored from distance to put the hosts ahead but a fine second half spell from Chester saw goals from Luke George and Tom Shaw put the seals 2-1 up. The turning point came on 84 minutes when Hunt was sent off for handling the ball on the line and Corey Whiteley equalised from the resulting penalty. Chasing the winner against 10 men, the East Londoners claimed all three points through a last minute strike from Jordan Maguire-Drew. Dagenham & Redbridge move up to second, failure to see scenarios like this out are why Chester are mid table and not challenging for promotion.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

National League – Gateshead v Southport

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Gateshead ease past Southport

Gateshead were far too good for relegation threatened Southport as the North East side won an easy 3-0 victory. Jordon Burrow scored after a goalmouth scramble to put Gateshead ahead and George Smith’s long range strike made it two before the break. Danny Johnson was put through by Wes York to complete the scoring in which Southport created little throughout. Gateshead are currently eighth, Southport are one place and one point above the drop zone and this performance shows why.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Scottish Championship – Queen Of The South v Morton

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Doonhammers keep remote play-off hopes alive

Queen Of The South only have remote hopes of making the play-offs but to keep alive any hope they had to beat third placed Morton today and they did just that. The goals came in the second half with Derek Lyle putting Queens ahead heading home after being set up by Dom Thomas. A thirty yard thunderbolt from Kyle Jacobs made it 2-0 and an excellent day for the Dumfries side was completed with a third from Joe Thomson. Queens are six points off the play-offs ans still have a mountain to climb but this may have been all but impossible had they lost today. Maybe, just maybe.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

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MOON OF LIBERTY SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Moon Soccer 13 Soccer Results

Premier League

Everton (3) 6 (Lukaku 4, McCarthy, Barkley)Bournemouth (0) 3 (King 2, Arter)At Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool

Hull City (1) 2 (N’Diaye, Niasse)Liverpool (0) 0At The Circle, Hull, East Riding Of Yorkshire

Championship

Nottingham Forest (1) 2 (Assombalonga, Brereton)Aston Villa (1) 1 (Kodjia)At The City Ground, West Bridgford

Newcastle United (1) 1 (Ritchie)Derby County (0) 0At ST James’ Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne

League 2

Blackpool (1) 1 (Matt)Colchester United (1) 1 (Guthrie) At Bloomfield Road, Blackpool

Accrington Stanley (1) 2 (Rodgers, Husin)Notts County (0) 0At The Crown Ground, Accrington

Barnet (0) 0Mansfield Town (1) 2 (Whiteman, Coulthirst)At The Hive Stadium, Cannons Park, Harrow, London

Cheltenham Town (0) 1 (Wootton)Newport County (0) 1 (Gordon)At Whaddon Road, Cheltenham

FA Trophy 4th Round

Tranmere Rovers (0) 1 (Stockton)Chelmsford City (1) 1 (Willmott)At Prenton Park, Birkenhead

National League

Dagenham & Redbridge (1) 3 (Sheppard, Whiteley, Maguire-Drew)Chester City (0) 2 (George, Shaw)At Victoria Road, Dagenham

Gateshead (2) 3 (Burrow, Smith, Johnson)Southport (0) 0At The Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead

Scottish Championship

Queen Of The South (0) 3 (Lyle, Jacobs, Thomson)Morton (0) 0At Palmerstone Park, Dumfries

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANRomelu Lukaku (Everton)

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