Everton v Crystal Palace, 10 April 2005

Score4-0 to Everton
RefereeUriah Rennie
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance36,519

Goals:

Mikel Arteta 7 G
Tim Cahill 47 G
Tim Cahill 54 G
James Vaughan 87 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Nigel Martyn
Defender David Weir
Defender/Centre back Alan Stubbs
Defender/Midfielder Kevin Kilbane
Defender/Midfielder Gary Naysmith
Defender/Midfielder Tony Hibbert
Midfielder Leon Osman
Midfielder Mikel Arteta
Midfielder Tim Cahill
Forward Marcus Bent
Forward Duncan Ferguson

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly
Defender/Centre back Fitz Hall
Defender/Centre back Darren Powell
Defender/Midfielder Mikele Leigertwood
Defender/Midfielder Danny Granville
Midfielder Aki Riihilahti
Midfielder Tom Soares
Midfielder Vassilis Lakis
Midfielder Wayne Routledge
Midfielder/Forward Michael Hughes
Forward Andrew Johnson

Substitutions:

Steve Watson for Alan Stubbs 26
Lee Carsley for Marcus Bent 67
James Vaughan for Gary Naysmith 74

Substitutions:

Sandor Torghelle for Vassilis Lakis 57
Ben Watson for Aki Riihilahti 57

Cards:

Tony Hibbert 60 Y

Cards:

Gabor Kiraly 7 Y

On the bench:

Defender Steve Watson
Midfielder Lee Carsley
Forward James Vaughan

On the bench:

Midfielder Ben Watson

Comments:

League position: 4th Unused substitutes: Richard Wright and James McFadden By netting on his debut, James Vaughan of Everton became the youngest goalscorer in Premier League history at the age of 16 years 270 days. The record was held by James Milner when he scored for Leeds United at Sunderland on 26 December 2002 when he was 16 and 357 days old. The England Under-17 striker also became the youngest Everton player ever to make a league appearance beating the record held by Joe Royle who made his debut against Blackpool on 15 January 1966 at the age of 16 years 282 days.

Comments:

League position: 19th Unused substitutes: Julian Speroni, Mark Hudson and Gary Borrowdale