The Toffees came from two goals behind to win a home Premier League game earlier this evening against Watford- a result that saw them get out of the bottom three, with West Ham, who lost 4-1 to Liverpool, replacing them in the drop zone.
Before this 3-2 win over the Hornets, the last time Everton had managed something similar was way back in May 1994 against Wimbledon- a fixture they had to win to stay up. Continue reading
Everton 2-1 Bournemouth (King 49, Niasse 77, 82)
Senegalese striker Oumar Niasse gave under fire manager Ronald Koeman some much needed respite after his double gave Everton a come from behind win at Goodison Park against AFC Bournemouth.
Everton hadn’t won since the opening day of the season and given the investment that Everton had made in the beginning of the season on new players, it was heavily feared that Koeman would follow Frank de Boer out of the league should the Toffees have not beaten the Cherries.
But Niasse scored in the 78th and 82nd minutes against Eddie Howe’s side to give Everton three points, and more importantly, their first goals in the league since that 1-1 draw against Man City last month. Continue reading
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS EVERTON VS WATFORD 2017 DOWN
Played on 12.5.2017 in 2016/17 PL season at Goodison Park, Liverpool
Ross Barkley’s goal against Watford, potentially his last at Goodison Park, helps Everton win 1-0 on a night that saw Chelsea seal the Premiership title Continue reading
Scored by a 20 year old, assisted by an eighteen year old- that’s the summary of this Dominic Calvert-Lewin goal vs Hull City, assisted by Tom Davies. Two products of the EFC youth academy combining for a goal Continue reading
It was a debut to remember for Everton youngster Ademola Lookman, who scored just minutes after making his Toffees debut against Manchester City.
Former Charlton prodigy Lookman replaced Ross Barkley in the 90th minute and scored this goal in the 94th minute to seal a 4-0 win over Everton over Pep’s City Continue reading