Lescott misses defeat by the seaside

An Everton side without England defender Joleon Lescott lost 2-1 to Blackpool in a pre-season friendly at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday night.

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With Manchester City target Lescott held out with a slight injury amid reports he wants to leave Goodison Park, Everton fell behind to a David Vaughan goal after only five minutes.

Brazilian striker Jo, on loan from City, levelled the scores with a close-range effort in the 19th minute, although he would later limp off to add to David Moyes' worries.

Blackpool scored what proved to be the winner a little after the half-hour mark when Jason Euell raced down the left before firing past Howard.

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