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It meant Ferdinand, lurking at the farpost, had an empty net into which tonod
his third international goal.
Lee Carsley rose highest tonod
the ball back into the danger zone, and after Arteta had helped the ball on, Johnson pierced the offside trap by losing the attentions of Samba and then controlled his volley beyond the exposed Brad Friedel.
Everton keeper Paul Gerrard did well to stop the ball but Smith was left all alone tonod
home on the goal-line.