Everton v Liverpool 3-1 (Friendly match: April 13, 1900)

Good Friday, April 13 – 1900
Match: Friendly, at Goodison Park, kick off: 14:00.
Everton – Liverpool 3-1 (2-1).
Attendance: 5,000.
Everton (2-3-5): Willie Muir; George Eccles, John Watson; Sam Wolstenholme, Dickie Boyle, Walter Abbott; Jack Sharp, Wilf Toman, John Proudfoot, Alex McDonald, Jack Taylor (C).
Liverpool (2-3-5): Bill Perkins; Bond, Billy Dunlop; Rab Howell, Sam Raybould, William Goldie; Tom Robertson, John “Sailor” Hunter, Alf Ferrier, Charles Satterthwaite, John Cox.
The goals: 0-1 Robertson, 1-1 Sharp, 2-1 Proudfoot, 3-1 McDonald.

The Liverton goals:
* Liverpool attacked in a body and ROBERTSON scored the first goal.
* After a combined movement on the Everton right wing, Goldie robbed Sharp, and passed to Dunlop to clear. The latter failed to see the move, and SHARP rushing up easily equalised.
* Close on the change of ends, PROUDFOOT scored the second goal.
* Everton by clever footwork on the part of Abbott became aggressive, and MCDONALD rushing in, defeated Perkins with a capital effort.

Dickie Boyle, Everton F.C.

Wilf Toman, Everton F.C. (Lancashire Evening Post: November 26, 1898).



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