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Romelu Lukaku celebrates with Arouna Kone after scoring the first goal for Everton
Romelu Lukaku celebrates with Ross Barkley and other team mates after scoring for Everton
Everton manager Roberto Martinez (L) and club captain Phil Jagielka (R) attend a press conference in Singapore
Duncan Ferguson (L) celebrates his goal for Everton against Norwich City with Wayne Rooney (R)
Everton's Romelu Lukaku (L) competes for the ball with Stoke City goalkeeper Jakob Haugaard
Everton's Kevin Mirallas (L) dribbles the ball past Stoke City's Dionatan Teixeira (R)
Everton manager Roberto Martinez
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  • On target 12
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  • Yellow Cards 3
  • On target 20
  • Home goals 12
  • Away goals 9
  • Penalties Scored 3
  • Yellow Cards 15
  • Red Cards 1
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