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Danny CadamarteriEverton 2-1 ChelseaEverton 2-1 Chelsea
Cadamarteri 47, Campbell 74 - Dalla Bona 45
FA Carling Premiership

Kevin Campbells fifth goal of the season gave Everton a gritty victory, only moments after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink had been dismissed for a reckless trailing arm.

The former Trabzonspor striker lashed home a lucky rebound from seven yards to leave 10-man Chelsea reeling again on their travels.

As for Walter Smiths Merseysiders, it is their second successive home win against quality London opposition, with identical goalscorers in each occasion.

A sluggish start to match was epitomised by Hasselbaink's failure in the sixth minute to control a brilliant floated pass from Gianfranco Zola. A better touch would have given the Dutchman a run on goal.

Zola then engineered another chance on 15 minutes, tricking Michael Ball before floating over a cross which Sam Dalla Bona headed just over.

Moments later, the lively Danny Cadamarteri lashed in a shot from Mark Pembridges low cutback, but Mario Melchiot cleared his effort off the line.

Frank Leboeuf was lucky to avoid a booking for a fierce two-footed dive into Stephen Hughes. From the free-kick Idan Tal's 25-yard left footer curler allowed Ed De Goey to make a comfortable save. Zola again, on 27 minutes, wriggled like a ferret in a trap before lifting a ball into the box that Marcel Desailly nodded over.

Chelsea finally found the net on the stroke of half-time. Everton didnt clear a corner properly and Dalla Bona drove a half-volley low and hard into the net from 20 yards.

The game turned inside a minute of the second half beginning. Eidar Gudjohnsen turned sharply but his shot hit the upright. The hosts took full advantage of their let off and 60 seconds later were level.

Scott Gemmill, just starting to find his range in the middle of the park, threaded an astute pass to Cadamarteri, and the Bradford-born striker lifted the ball deftly over the advancing De Goey.

The home side nearly went ahead on 50 minutes. Steve Watsons low driven free-kick forced De Goey into a full-stretch parry, and Campbell hit the rebound against the post.

Substitute Jody Morris tested Paul Gerrard from 20 yards, and then from 25 yards. On both occasions the Everton keeper needed help from his defenders to belt the ball away.

Chelsea lost Hasselbaink on 70 minutes when he was sent off for elbowing Ball. The Everton player had been fighting a running battle all afternoon with the former Leeds and Atletico Madrid striker.

The linesman flagged the incident and, despite angry complaints from Hasselbaink and several of his team-mates, referee Rob Styles produced the red card.

Leboeuf was sent off in this fixture last season and the early exit for Hasselbaink brought the total of red cards between these two sides at Goodison Park in the last six seasons to six.

The winner arrived on 74 minutes. Campbell juggled the ball away from Leboeuf and Desailly in the box and, with both caught off balance, the striker drilled home shot that condemned the Londoners to a fifth away defeat in the Premiership this term.

Everton: Gerrard, S. Watson, Weir, Ball, Naysmith, Gemmill, Pembridge, Hughes, Tal (Unsworth 87), Campbell, Cadamarteri (McLeod 90).
Subs Not Used: Simonsen, Milligan, Clarke.
Goals: Cadamarteri 47, Campbell 74.

Chelsea: de Goey, Leboeuf, Desailly, Bogarde (Poyet 81), Melchiot, Jokanovic (Morris 45), Wise, Dalla Bona, Gudjohnsen, Hasselbaink, Zola (Harley 75).
Subs Not Used: Cudicini, Terry.
Sent Off: Hasselbaink (71).
Booked: Leboeuf, Desailly, Poyet.
Goals: Dalla Bona 45.
Att: 33,515
Ref: R Styles (Waterlooville).

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