Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Everton Mark 3rd Straight Win With Late Strikes

This is the next match of Premier League, Match Day 9 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Continue To Dominate

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Manchester City 7 2 0 23
2 Liverpool 7 2 0 23
3 Chelsea 6 3 0 21
4 Tottenham 7 0 2 21
5 Arsenal 6 0 2 18
6 Bournemouth 5 2 2 17
7 Watford 5 1 3 16
8 Everton 4 3 2 15
9 Wolves 4 3 2 15
10 Manchester United 4 2 3 14

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: Everton vs Crystal Palace

Result: 2 – 0

Goal Scorers:

  • Everton: Dominic Calvert-Lewin 87′, Cenk Tosun 89′

Match Statistics:

Everton Team Stats Manchester United
20 Shots 7
4 Shots On Target 3
60% Possession 40%
514 Passes 352
83% Pass Accuracy 72%
13 Fouls 17
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
1 Offsides 0
10 Corners 5


Premier League

  • Everton left it late, late, to record their third sequential Premier League win under Marco Silva and leave Crystal Palace with a very recognizable feeling of disappointment. The substitutes Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun struck twice in the last 3 minutes at Goodison Park to rebuff Roy Hodgson’s degenerate side.
  • Just Huddersfield Town have scored less goals than Palace in the Premier League this season and it was not hard to find the base of their issues on Hodgson’s arrival to Merseyside.

  • Luka Milivojevic was upset from the penalty spot by Jordan Pickford and the guests botched a few other welcoming chances previously Everton’s assurance – and their chief’s substitutions – turned the match around.
  • There was a crisp, adjusted look to the Everton group, with André Gomes showing up since a late spring advance from Barcelona, Bernard working on the left and Richarlison proceeding in assault. Be that as it may, they were the most recent to discover Palace a tenacious and cumbersome adversary far from Selhurst Park.
  • The main third of the challenge was without episode or goalscoring opportunity, a parade of trivial fouls upsetting the beat.

  • In the end the guests’ risk from out wide started to extend Everton and enhance the display in spite of the fact that their impediments before goal – a predictable issue this season – again drove Hodgson to match in his specialized zone.
  • James Tomkins was first to send the previous England chief immobile by controlling a free header inefficiently wide from Andros Townsend’s enticing conveyance. Minutes after the fact, with Palace expanding the weight, his group were prevented by a mix from claiming Pickford and the crossbar.

  • The Everton guardian thwarted Milivojevic without precedent for the match with a low spare from a 25-yard free-kick that was bowed around the divider.
  • From the subsequent corner, taken by Townsend, a plain Tomkins headed back crosswise over objective for Cheikhou Kouyaté to head against the woodwork from short proximity. Kouyaté at that point headed a clearer opening wide.
  • Crystal Palace were physically solid, minimal and trained – a formula to disappoint the hosts all through – and ought to have broken the stalemate when granted a penalty on the hour. Wilfried Zaha won it, much to the shock of the home group who were exasperated when he got away from a reserving for plunging seconds sooner. They could have no dissensions on this event.

  • Turning back inside the fit-again Séamus Coleman, Zaha was gotten on the lower leg by the Everton chief and Anthony Taylor was very much set to recognize the offense. Milivojevic struck the penalty hard and low yet straight down the center of Pickford’s objective.
  • The defender mediated with his feet, sending the ball skyward and Goodison into mayhem. It was Pickford’s first punishment spare since the shootout against Colombia in the World Cup. It was additionally the defining moment in Everton’s evening.
  • Silva’s side had been flawless under lock and key without finding the earnestness or the correct choices to hurt Palace in the last third.

  • Coleman let go an early shot over the post and Wayne Hennessey spared well from Gylfi Sigurdsson when the in-frame midfielder was selected by the Republic of Ireland skipper inside the region. In any case, it was simply after Pickford’s penalty spare that they uncovered the meeting protection.
  • Theo Walcott was played through by Sigurdsson’s close to the spot-kick and, however Hennessey spared well from the winger, Everton kept up the weight. A twofold substitution from Silva helped transform it into three points.
  • Ademola Lookman and Calvert-Lewin had just been on the pitch for five minutes, supplanting Walcott and Gomes individually, when the previous sustained the last for a late achievement.

  • Found in space on the left by Richarlison, Lookman coasted a wonderful ball into the six-yard box where the England Under-21 national was splendidly put to head past Hennessey. After two minutes, Palace were gotten out when pushing for an equalizer.
  • Jeffrey Schlupp was harried out of ball possession by Sigurdsson and when Michael Keane propelled a freedom upfield it sent Cenk Tosun dashing clear of Mamadou Sakho. The Turkey universal, Silva’s first substitute of the diversion, burst through and beat Hennessey with an intense low wrap up.

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