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Tim Howard has been reflecting on a frustrating weekend draw for the Blues – and he insists his side’s attacking flair remains undiminished.
“We kept a clean sheet against a tough opponent and we tried, but it keeps us on our unbeaten run,” said the keeper.
“We’re doing well and we’ve got two big games this week. We’re not too disappointed – it was a tough draw and if you’re getting a draw, you want it to be 0-0.
“We’re not a team that doesn’t score many goals. We’re always knocking on the door and creating chances – I think our record shows that. It was just one of those days, but we’re encouraged by how much ball retention we had, particularly in the final third. On most days, you win those games.”
Here’s Howard’s full interview with Greg O’Keeffe.
Everton’s goalkeeper Tim Howard
Roberto Martinez was surprised by his old club’s approach in the 0-0 draw with Swansea City at Goodison Park.
But the Blues manager insists he will never complain if sides come to Merseyside simply to defend.
MArtinez told the ECHO’s Neil Jones: “It is like when you go to the cinema expecting to see an outstanding film, and the hopes are so high that you end up disappointed.
“I expected two teams fighting to get on the ball. Swansea were very well organised, they were quite deep and tried to hit us on the counter.
“They had a couple of actions, as you would expect, but they had no shots on target and no corners, which is quite strange.”
Here’s the full story.
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