Second goal killed off game - Hodgson
- From the section Football
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson feels his side were unlucky to go into half-time a goal down against Everton but says the second goal ended their hopes of getting anything from the game at Goodison Park.
Following the 2-0 defeat against the Toffees, Hodgson admits that his side did not cause the home side enough problems in front of goal, particularly in the second half.
Hodgson also admits he is not happy about an altercation between West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster and striker Peter Odemwingie late on in the game, but says he understands that feelings were running high during the game.