Everton manager David Moyes has praised his players by saying that they look like men in the match against Sunderland recently.
Everton were up against Sunderland in the FA Cup replay at the Stadium of light. David Moyes was looking to celebrate his 10 years in charge of Everton by winning a trophy this season, and he has targeted the FA Cup.
However, Everton could not make use of their home advantage in the match against Sunderland at Goodison Park, which let them into the replay at the Stadium of light. Following the quarterfinal replay dismantling of Sunderland, David Moyes praised his players.
Everton will be facing Liverpool in the semi-final on April 14. The other semi-final will be against Chelsea and Tottenham. Tim Cahill was one of the impressive players for Everton, as he helped them to one match within appearing in the final of the FA Cup. Everton have already lost 3-0 at the hands of Liverpool just a few weeks ago, but that is unlikely to play in their minds ahead of this match. This will also be the third FA Cup semi-final appearance for Tim Cahill in his career. He has previously achieved this feat with Everton five years ago, while he also managed to do it with Millwall in 2004.
“These are the sort of stages where you need the big game players and the experience, and we have got that. We just need to believe and take that on to the pitch. We showed that at Sunderland. This is the third time I’ve got to an FA Cup semi-final now, and I said to a few of the lads in the dressing room after the game to remember what this feels like,” said Tim Cahill after the victory over Sunderland.