- Steven Pienaar has been sent off four times in the Premier League, all while playing under David Moyes (3 for Everton, 1 for Sunderland).
After the bowling, boss David Moyes took his players to a local vehicle plant to remind them how lucky they are to be footballers rather than factory workers.
"Maybe a little because of his injury problems", said Moyes, when asked if his signing in the summer was a gamble. I think he put it together but I don't know if it came from the gaffer or not but it was something we wanted to do as a team.
FW Jermain Defoe, 7 - Benefited from the company of a big fellow striker.
He told a news conference: "I speak to the owner quite regularly, I have seen him this week and he's all fine".
"Maybe having that mentality has helped me".
"I've always thought Victor has great ability, a lot more than people give him credit for", added Moyes.
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Pienaar's rash, high challenge on Roger Stanislas under the nose of referee Mike Dean brought a second yellow for a player who had been booked shortly before the break and appeared to have given the home side fresh hope.
Sunderland then held on to claim their first Premier League win of the campaign and Anichebe wasted no time in dedicating the success to Moyes.
Carragher ripped into the Sunderland stopper - who was at fault for the first goal in the 4-1 defeat against Arsenal - calling it a "lazy" performance against the Gunners and questioning his attitude this season. It was the former Everton striker's first goal in 18 months.
"He got us our second goal, he was direct, getting into the box - he's got great strength and ability".
Moyes and Anichebe took inspiration from the visit the team paid last week to the Nissan factory, where they learned more about the dedication of Sunderland's long-suffering supporters - who made a 700-mile round trip to the Vitality stadium on Saturday and made all of the noise.
Sunderland were level on 33 minutes as Victor Anichebe picked up a pass from Defoe inside the area, turned his man and fired a shot into the top corner of the net.
In their last match, Bournemouth lost 1-0 away from home againts Middlesbrough after a wonderful solo goal by Gaston Ramirez. Sunderland are in their tenth season in the Premier League since being promoted from the Championship at the end of the 2006-2007 season.