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September 2007

September 2007

September's six matches saw Everton continue their Premier League campaign whilst also launching their charge in two cup competitions.

It was, in truth, a mixed month.

It began with a very good 2-1 win at Bolton, a game notable for Yakubu's first goal for Everton - just 11 minutes into his debut.

Nemanja Vidic's late header denied the Blues a point at home to Manchester United before unknown Ukrainians Metalist Kharkiv hit town.

Tim Howard saves from Bolton striker El Hadji DioufTim Howard saves from Bolton striker El Hadji Diouf

The first round, first leg Uefa Cup tie had almost everything - including two red cards and two missed penalties - but ended 1-1.

A lacklustre 2-0 reverse at Aston Villa was swiftly followed by a 3-0 Carling Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Yakubu was on the scoresheet again, with James McFadden weighing in with the other two goals.

And the month ended on a positive note, a clinical Goodison performance securing a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough.

First Joleon Lescott scored his fourth goal of a prolific opening few months of the season.

Another new boy, Steven Pienaar, then registered his first goal in the Blue of Everton with the second goal.

Joleon Lescott scores the openerJoleon Lescott scores the opener

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