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Latics Reserves Win At Everton

Latics Reserves Win At Everton



Wigan Athletic reserves travelled to Everton yesterday and came away with a 2-1 victory, a first half own goal from Mustafi and a 25 yard screamer from Daniel Redmond in the second half put the Latics 2-0 up before Lundstram put the home side back in the game on 65 minutes.

Latics had a host of first team fringe players getting a good run out with Hendry Thomas, Shaun Maloney, Adrian Lopez, Jordi Gomez and Conor Sammon all getting some game time.

Everton: Hahnemann, Browning, Touray, Lundstram, Nsiala, Mustafi, Long, Forshaw, Gueye, McFadden (Hope 60), Thomas (Higgins 84).

Unused Subs: Davies(GK), Forrester, Dier

Wigan Athletic: Nicholls, Langley, Mustoe, Lopez, Kiernan, Thomas, Gomez, Dawson, (Dicko 66) Sammon, Maloney,(Watson 90) Redmond

Unused Subs: Buxton, Chow, McCormack

Redmond on target

By permission of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic

Speaking after the game Redmond spoke about his goal, the game and the suqad: "The ball came to me on my weaker side, so I got it out of my feet and decided to swing for it, thankfully it found the top corner"

"I was at Everton for ten years or so as a kid so to get the winner against them was an extra special feeling.

"The games against Liverpool and Everton are always big games because a lot of our lads started their careers there, and it's always a great occasion for us to play against them, especially when we get the win."

"The squad feels nice and strong this season with plenty of options to choose from, so Graham and Dennis (Lawrence) have got some tough decisions to make for each game and we have to keep making that tough for them by working hard every day on the training pitch.

"All the lads have been working hard together this season, and we've been focusing a lot on our attacking and defensive duties.



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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Tuesday November 8 2011
Time: 4:24PM

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Comments

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Good to see Sammon and the rest get a run out
worbo
08/11/2011 16:28:00
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Its a run out in the first team they want. If Rodellega and Di Santo came from Platt Bridge they would not get into the squad never mind the team. Martinez is a joke.
longtom
08/11/2011 19:01:00
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young redmond must be pushing for the step up to the first team,really good tough wee player.
johnney handsome
09/11/2011 11:23:00
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