Moyes proud of Toffees' resolve
David Moyes has revealed he felt "insulted" his Everton side's character was doubted before their 4-4 draw at Manchester United.
Wayne Rooney scored twice and Danny Welbeck and Nani both scored for United, who went 4-2 up after an hour, but Everton replied through Marouane Fellaini, Nikica Jelavic's brace and Steven Pienaar just eight days after they were beaten by old rivals Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final. "I am really disappointed people would question their character," said Moyes. "It is a bit insulting because I would hate to think people either wouldn't understand me or the culture of Everton FC. "At 4-2, did I think we were going to get back into it? I thought it would be very tough. "But I felt we would definitely score one more goal, it was whether there would be enough time to get an equaliser." Moyes added: "How many teams are going to get back into it from a position like that at Manchester United? It will make next week's game at Manchester City a bit more tidy."