Cahill to make amends
Everton's Tim Cahill has vowed to make amends for his penalty shoot-out miss against Manchester United.
Last Updated: 21/04/09 10:28am
Everton's Tim Cahill has vowed to make amends for his penalty shoot-out miss against Manchester United on Sunday.
The Toffees ace opened the shoot-out at Wembley following 120 minutes of goalless action, but blazed his 12-yard effort over Ben Foster's goal.
Thankfully for Everton, and Cahill, they prevailed 4-2 against the Red Devils to set up a final against Chelsea on 30th May.
The Australia international is still down about his miss and is now looking to put things right by netting the winner against Chelsea.
"It's so disheartening when you miss a penalty but when you play with so many great players, you know they will get you out of it," said the midfielder.
"I have been a long time at Everton and am someone who calls themselves a blue. I'm very passionate about the club.
I felt confident when I stepped up to take the penalty but sometimes things go wrong. Mentally I feel fine now but hopefully when it comes around to the cup final, I'll score the winner and make up for it."