Everton v Middlesbrough, 27 March 2004

Score1-1
RefereeSteve Bennett
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance38,210

Goals:

Tomasz Radzinski 78 G

Goals:

Joseph Yobo own goal 83 OG

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Nigel Martyn
Defender Steve Watson
Defender/Centre back Alan Stubbs
Defender/Midfielder Kevin Kilbane
Defender/Midfielder Gary Naysmith
Defender/Midfielder Joseph Yobo
Midfielder Thomas Gravesen
Midfielder Tobias Linderoth
Forward Wayne Rooney

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer
Defender Danny Mills
Defender/Centre back Chris Riggott
Defender/Centre back Gareth Southgate
Defender/Left back Franck Queudrue
Midfielder George Boateng
Midfielder Juninho
Midfielder Mendieta
Midfielder Bolo Zenden

Substitutions:

David Unsworth for Alan Stubbs 46
Francis Jeffers for Steve Watson 86

Substitutions:

Doriva for Massimo Maccarone 59
Stuart Parnaby for Doriva 63
Szilard Nemeth for Danny Mills 80

Cards:

Cards:

George Boateng 15 Y
Bolo Zenden 89 Y

On the bench:

Defender David Unsworth
Forward Francis Jeffers

On the bench:

Defender/Midfielder Stuart Parnaby
Midfielder Doriva
Forward Szilard Nemeth

Comments:

League position: 13th Unused substitutes: Richard Wright, Alex Nyarko and James McFadden

Comments:

League position: 11th Unused substitutes: Michael Ricketts and Bradley Jones The FA Premier League's Dubious Goals Committee ruled on the following: Middlesbrough’s goal against Everton on 27th March 2004 was in fact an own goal (Joseph Yobo) and has therefore not been credited to Joseph Desire Job. [re: Circular 8 –2/2/2004] Most sources credited the goal to Joseph Desire-Job. Although invoved in the goalmouth scramble, video evidence revealed that at no point did he make contact with the ball - it was scooped into the net by Joseph Yobo.