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Summary

  1. Everton beaten on final group game
  2. Four full debutants for Toffees
  3. Everton already through to next round

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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Right, it's goodbye from me. And it's goodbye from him.

Make sure you join us - and him - for Monday's Europa League draw. Sportsday Live will be bringing you all the teams as soon as they are pulled out of the hat. See you then!

Monday's draw

Tottenham, Everton and Celtic are all in the last 32 draw which takes place on Monday (12:00 GMT, along with Liverpool who drop down from the Champions League.

  • Two pots for the round of 32 draw
  • The 12 group winners and the four best third-ranked teams dropping down from the Champions League group stage are seeded
  • They are drawn against the 12 group runners-up and the remaining third-placed Champions League sides.
  • No team can play a club from their group or a side from the same association.
  • Games will be played on 19 and 26 February.

Monday's draw

Group winners: Borussia Monchengladbach, Club Brugge, Besiktas, Red Bull Salzburg, Dinamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Feyenoord, Everton, Fiorentina, Napoli, Dynamo Kiev, Legia Warsaw.

Runners-up: Villarreal, Torino, Tottenham, Celtic, PSV Eindhoven, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, Sevilla, Wolfsburg, Young Boys, Aalborg, Guingamp, Trabzonspor.

Transferring from Champions League: Seeded - Olympiakos, Zenit, Sporting Lisbon, Athletic Bilbao. Unseeded - Liverpool, Anderlecht, AS Roma, AFC Ajax.

Player reaction

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Everton left-back Luke Garbutt: "It was a difficult game because I thought Krasnodar played really well and passed the ball well. But our boys did well. We wanted to the win game but we have got to take some positives from it.

On his own performance: "I think I've done alright. The gaffer wanted me to get forward from the off and that's what I've done. Watching Leighton Baines day in day out is invaluable for me and will help me no end."

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Rian Hoskins: While the result is disappointing, Everton are still top of their group while quite a few youngsters have gained experience.

Player reaction

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Everton midfielder Gareth Barry: "We always knew we had won the group so it was a chance to try a few young players. The group has come in today and done a great job. We wanted to win but there were plenty of positives.

"It is never easy when one youngster comes in on their own with lots of experienced players around them. So when three, four or five are playing together, it is always a bit more difficult. At half-time, the manager said 'impress yourself a bit more'.

"I thought we took the game to Krasnodar in the second half and thought we were unlucky not to get the goal."

FULL-TIME

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

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Despite that narrow defeat, Everton move into the last 32 as one of the 16 seeded teams. German side Wolfsburg qualify as the runners-up after a 3-0 win at Lille.

FULL-TIME

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Roberto Martinez dished out debuts to a quartet of young Toffees players, along with giving experience to several others lacking European experience.

And for the majority of this cagey 90 minutes, the Blues equipped themselves pretty well against the Russian visitors who fielded a strong side.

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FULL-TIME

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

No more chances for Everton to salvage a draw as their Europa League group campaign ends with a defeat.

But tonight wasn't about the result for Roberto Martinez. No, with his team already assured of finishing as Group H winners, he was more interested in blooding a few youngsters.

And in that respect I'm sure the Spaniard will be content with a successful evening.

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INJURY TIME

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Two minutes of stoppage time.

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Mike Lawson: Ledson, Dowell and expecially Garbutt have been great to watch. Bright futures. I'm not so sure about McAleny and Joel...

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Time for another Everton debut. Wales youth international Gethin Jones comes on for fellow defender Tyias Browning.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Plenty of encouragement from those Everton fans who have braved the lashing rain, and resisted the temptation to run back early to the warm car.

Can they be cheered by a late equaliser? Another reminder that it will NOT affect Everton's progress in the Europa League -they're already through to the last 16.

FINAL FIVE

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Five minutes for Everton to nick an equaliser. Substitute Chris Long has a half chance, pointing to the spot where he wants the ball, but the angle beats him as he scuffs into the hands of away keeper Andrei Sinitsin.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

The Krasnodar physio does not look happy about having to run out into the heavy Merseyside rain to treat the injured Joaozinho. The Brazilian crumbles to the turf after a meaty tackle by Toffees right-back Tyias Browning.

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Jamie Mills O'Brien: Saw this boy Long do the crossbar challenge once. Shanked it. This one is staying 0-1.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Chris Long is straight into the thick of the action. Winning a free-kick on the left which Luke Garbutt clips into the danger-zone. Arouna Kone climbs highest but can't keep his header down.

SUBSTITUTION

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England Under-20 forward Chris Long is the next product of Everton's Academy to be given a run-out. The Liverpool-born striker comes on for his Toffees debut as he shakes hands with Conor McAleny.

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Best of the rest

Everton are already through as Group H winners, and it looks as though Wolfsburg will be joining them.

Dieter Hecking's side, who only need a draw in Lille to progress, lead 2-0 through goals from Vieirinha and Ricardo Rodriguez - but they are down to 10 men after midfielder Josuha Guilavogui was sent off for two yellow-card offences.

Of interest to Liverpool fans - Divock Origi, on loan at Lille from Anfield - has had a penalty saved.

All about Tyias Browning

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An England Under-21 international, Tyias Browning - who is making his first start for Everton tonight - was given the ultimate test when he made his club debut as a substitute against Liverpool at Anfield in September.

Born in Liverpool, the 20-year-old has been on the books at Goodison Park since he was 10.

The defender, who has a reputation for no-nonsense tackling, helped Everton win the Under-18 Premier League title in 2011, and played two games in the Championship when manager Roberto Martinez sent him out to his former club Wigan on a month's loan in January.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Right-back Tyias Browning is another youngster who Roberto Martinez will be pleased with tonight. Browning, like Luke Garbutt on the opposite flank, has not been shy in ploughing forward, and his deep cross picks out Arouna Kone. But the Ivorian striker cannot control and the chance goes begging.

SUBSTITUTION

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Ricardo Laborde can be pleased with his night's work - as things stand the Krasnodar man is the matchwinner. He is replaced by Nikita Burmistrov for the final 15 minutes.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Golden chance for Krasnodar to kill off this spirited Everton side. Gaps appear at the back as the Blues search for a leveller, with Krasnodar attacker Joaozinho in acres of space on the left of Everton's penalty area. He twists, he turns. He dillies, he dallies. And instead of shooting himself he picks out team-mate Marat Izmailov, who cannot hit the target. Waste.

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Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Another raid down the left side sees Arouna Kone charge at the Krasnodar defence. A couple of tentative challenges go in on the Ivorian, who - to his credit - keeps his feet as he enters the penalty area. Some would have gone down there and got a penalty. Or a yellow card.

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Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

The home side are continuing to force the pace, they have woken up in the past 15 minutes. Bryan Oviedo gets the crowd on their feet by sticking the ball through an opponent's legs, before Everton work the ball left to Luke Garbutt. The left-back steadies himself and unleashes a low angled shot that away keeper Andrei Sinitsin gathers.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Sharp movement from Everton substitute Kieran Dowell as he races on to Bryan Oviedo's slick through ball. The youngster sees the morning headlines flash across his mind as he lets fly from 15 yards, only to see Ragnar Sigurdsson's superb sliding tackle block his effort.

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YELLOW CARD

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Steven Pienaar is walking a disciplinary tightrope after being shown the yellow card for a foul. The South African midfielder laughs as the referee brandishes the card. But it's not a genuine laugh. It's an incredulous laugh of disgust.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Roberto Martinez, wrapped up in a stylish wool overcoat and scarf combo, is barking instructions on the Goodison touchline to his young players. Think he will be happy overall with what he has seen so far.

Krasnodar offer a warning sign that they are dangerous on the break though, Mauricio Pereyra allowed space to drag a potshot wide. Toffees keeper Joel Robles unruffled.

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Matt Q: Ryan Ledson is my Arsenal and England captain in Football Manager 2014. Worth £42million and has won all there is to win, including the World Cup. I am currently in the year 2024. Ledson has lifted the Premier League six times in a row. What a career.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Another sight of the Krasnador goal as Everton slowly but surely increase the pressure. Teenage substitute Kieran Dowell bursts clear down the left and fizzes a low cross across the Russian goal. Bryan Oviedo arrives at the far post but is almost surprised to see the ball land at his feet, unconvincingly prodding the ball wide.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

That effort from Arouna Kone lifts the Goodison Park crowd, who find their voices to give their young heroes some encouragement. Left-back Luke Garbutt is at the centre of most of Everton's best work, shooting low from distance as the home side chalk up only their second shot on target.

Shame he has to look at the back of Leighton Baines's mop-top in the queue for a starting position.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Chances at either end. First Joel Robles has to be alert to block a low Krasnodar shot. Then, seconds later, Arouna Kone turns sharply inside the penalty area and forces the away keeper Andrei Sinitsin into beating away the ball at his near post.

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Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Now they have a chance. The home side win a free-kick close to the left touchline and it is whipped in dangerously by their left-back. Nope, not Leighton Baines - Luke Garbutt. The English youngster has a mean left peg on him but no-one can get a killer touch.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

The Russian visitors look more refreshed after the restart, flying out of the blocks sharper than Usain Bolt. Everton have barely had a kick, but Krasnodar can't stretch Joel Robles in the Toffees goal.

KICK-OFF

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

After a quick half-time chat and a few fluids, the players are back and raring to go.

Stat attack

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

Everton: At 17 years and 114 days old, Ryan Ledson has become our 10th youngest ever player to start a senior game.

Everton 0-1 Krasnodar

"He's got to get the geeza to bend the ball right round him," says ITV pundit Les Ferdinand of Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles' efforts for Krasnodar's opening goal.

I couldn't have put that any better myself Sir Les.

Half-time stats

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Cliff B: I've been supportive of this second XI this evening - a good run out - but Robles is so out of his depth he needs scuba gear.