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Osman At The Double

Highlights from Everton's 2-1 win over West Brom in August 2004.

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Leon Osman was the toast of Goodison Park when West Bromwich Albion visited in August 2004.

Amid all the speculation of Wayne Rooney’s impending transfer to Manchester United, the midfielder struck twice to help the Blues inflict a 2-1 defeat on Gary Megson’s Baggies.

Osman’s afternoon came to life in just the second minute when he headed Everton in front from close range.

The lead was short-lived, however, as Scott Dobie got the visitors back level on seven minutes, glancing in Jonathan Greening’s corner.

Osman netted his and Everton’s second 20 minutes before the end when he was in the right place at the right time to convert Lee Carsley’s pinpoint free-kick.

Re-live the goals above now or, if you're using the Official Everton App, navigate to the 'video' section.

Don’t forget – tickets are still available for both the upcoming home games against West Brom and Aston Villa. To buy, click here or call 0871 663 1878. Alternatively visit the Park End Box Office at Goodison Park, Everton Two in Liverpool One or Ticket Quarter in Queen Square.


Miles GreerOssie deserves all the plaudits from evertonians especially this season,he's in the best form right now

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