Everton v Leicester City, 20 December 2003

Score3-2 to Everton
RefereePhil Dowd
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance37,007

Goals:

Lee Carsley 33 G
Wayne Rooney 71 G
Tomasz Radzinski 79 G

Goals:

Les Ferdinand 45 G
James Scowcroft 58 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Nigel Martyn
Defender David Unsworth
Defender/Centre back Alan Stubbs
Defender/Midfielder Kevin Kilbane
Defender/Midfielder Gary Naysmith
Midfielder Lee Carsley
Midfielder Thomas Gravesen
Midfielder/Forward James McFadden
Forward Kevin Campbell

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Ian Walker
Defender/Centre back Steve Howey
Defender/Midfielder Riccy Scimeca
Defender/Midfielder Jordan Stewart
Defender/Left back Ben Thatcher
Midfielder Andy Impey
Midfielder Billy McKinlay
Midfielder Muzzy Izzet
Midfielder/Forward James Scowcroft
Forward Marcus Bent
Forward Les Ferdinand

Substitutions:

Tony Hibbert for Alessandro Pistone 28
Wayne Rooney for James McFadden 60
Duncan Ferguson for Kevin Campbell 78

Substitutions:

Matt Elliott for Steve Howey 51
Callum Davidson for Jordan Stewart 76
Paul Dickov for Billy McKinlay 85

Cards:

Alan Stubbs 45 Y
Duncan Ferguson 80 Y

Cards:

Riccy Scimeca 77 Y
Ben Thatcher 89 Y
Marcus Bent 90 Y

On the bench:

Defender/Midfielder Tony Hibbert
Forward Duncan Ferguson
Forward Wayne Rooney

On the bench:

Defender/Centre back Matt Elliott
Defender/Midfielder Callum Davidson
Forward Paul Dickov

Comments:

Unused substitutes: Simonsen, Steve; Li Tie The FA Premier League's Dubious Goals Committee ruled on the following: Everton’s first goal against Leicester City on 20th December 2003 has been confirmed as a Lee Carsley goal. [re: Circular 4 –12/1/04]

Comments:

Unused substitutes: Coyne, Danny; Hignett, Craig