Liverpool news Calvert-Lewin believes he benefited from Everton tactical decision MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored twice as Everton beat Fulham in the Premier League
Breaking News ! Dominic Calvert-Lewin has addressed Everton's new system after helping his side to a 3-2 win over Fulham on Sunday afternoon. The striker bagged two goals in the opening half at Craven Cottage, with the first strike coming after just 42 seconds of the match after being set up by Richarlison. The 23-year-old made it 2-1 after a great move from led to a dangerous Lucas Digne cross which was perfect for Calvert-Lewin to slam home. Fulham got themselves back into the game in the second half and dominated much of the closing stages but Everton were able to hang on. Read More Related Articles Everton player ratings as Lucas Digne and Dominic Calvert-Lewin star but Yerry Mina poor Read More Related Articles Alex Iwobi surprise justifies Carlo Ancelotti as Jonjoe Kenny watches on for Everton The boss changed his system for this match, adopting a three-at-the-back formation which saw Alex Iwobi utilised as a wing-back and Ben Godfrey introduced to central defence. And Calvert-Lewin believed that he certainly benefited from the change in the first half, but found things a little more difficult in the second. The striker told the BBC: "I'm pleased but I think the most important thing today was that we got the three points. It sounds cliche. "I thought in the second half we didn't play very well, we didn't have much of the ball. First half we did well to get the lead and we should have continued that.
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"I think the first half was a representation of me benefitting from the new system where I'm getting chances from wide areas, with crosses coming in. "That's what I like, to be in the right area at the right time. "It was a game of two halves really. In the second half we didn't really have much of the ball and it was more about digging in and winning fouls and free kicks. It was more of a lonely role. "But we dug in and we got the win."
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