Liverpool news Everton player ratings as Digne and Calvert-Lewin star but Mina poor MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Everton player ratings following the victory over Fulham in the Premier League
Breaking News ! Jordan Pickford 6 Perhaps too late to come off his line when Reid went through for the equaliser. Solid enough otherwise Ben Godfrey 6 Finished the first-half looking more and more confident but conceded a penalty in a second-half in which Everton invited pressure. Michael Keane 6 Steady enough on the left of a back three. Yerry Mina 5 Caught flat-footed for Fulham’s equaliser, as Reid went past him to score, and slow to react for their second. Doesn’t look like he’s got his horror-show for Colombia out of his system. Read More Related Articles Hugh Grant promises Everton fan a pint after social media video Read More Related Articles Everton helping 25,000 families in need get through coronavirus Alex Iwobi 7 Deployed at right-wing back (!) but did well - especially in attack. Got forward well and put in a string of dangerous crosses and his dribble helped open things up for the Blues’ second. Much quieter in the second-half as Everton’s tempo dropped. Allan 6 Yet to rediscover the form he showed prior to his groin injury in September but, given he picked up a problem for Brazil during the break, maybe not 100% fit here. Abdoulaye Doucoure 7 A close range header - his first goal for the club - made it 3-1. But his performance in protecting the backline, and helping Everton control the game, was not to his usual standards. Lucas Digne 8 Had initially been quiet by his standards but his quality came to the fore when he crossed for Calvert-Lewin’s second and Doucoure’s header. Was in rampaging form by the time the half ended.
. Supplied the cross for Calvert-Lewin’s opener and one of the Blues’ liveliest players in the first-half. Influence dipped after the break. Subbed with less than 15 to go.
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin 8 In the right place at the right time to open the scoring. And then again for the second. Something we’re saying more and more. Double figures in the league already! Increasingly isolated after the break, however. James Rodriguez 6 Slowly got into the game after a slow start, Involved in Everton’s second with another ‘pre-assist’ but ineffective in the second-half and, no doubt tiring, replaced. Substitutes Tom Davies (on for Rodriguez ‘74) 6 Worked hard but had no real impact his his cameo Gylfi Sigurdsson (on for Richarlison ‘76 ) 6 The same as Davies.
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