Everton power past Crystal Palace with 2-1 Premier League win

The Toffees have hit the ground running in the last fortnight, and first half goals from Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison secured a third straight win for them.

The visitors were quickest out of the blocks in south London, as the razor-sharp Calvert Lewin nodded home Seamus Coleman’s cross after 10 minutes.

However, despite the early setback, Palace refused to panic, and makeshift centre back Cheikhou Kouyate powered them level on 26 minutes.

Both sides created a flurry of chances before the break, but it was Everton who edged back in front, amid more VAR controversy.

Referee Kevin Friend check and double checked a handball against Joel Ward, but despite the contact looking minimal against the Palace full back, Richarlison grabbed the opportunity to tuck home from the spot.

The Blues looked to push home their advantage after the break, but the on-form Calvert-Lewin wasted two excellent chances to put the game to bed.

Kouyate missed Palace’s best chance to equalise late on, but the visitors showed their experience in the closing stages to seal another three points for Ancelotti.

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Everton beat 10-man West Brom 5-2 in a Goodison Park classic

Carlo Ancelotti’s side won away at Tottenham last week, and a hat trick from man of the moment Dominic Calvert-Lewin secured all three points against the Baggies.

The visitors were actually the better side in the opening stages, as Grady Diangana fired home his home his first ever Premier League goal after 10 minutes.

But as the hosts began to grow into the game, Calvert-Lewin reacted quickly to scramble them level on the half hour.

However, despite taking a while to get going on Merseyside, this game then exploded into life just before the break.

James Rodriguez gave Everton fans a little glimpse of what is to come as he swept home Richarlison pass, before the Colombian tangled with Kieran Gibbs.

Referee Mike Dean didn’t even blink before he produced a straight red for the ex Arsenal man, with Slaven Bilic also sent to the stands to rowing with the ref.

However, despite playing the second half with ten men, the Baggies came out fighting after the break, as Matheus Pereira bent home a superb free kick.

But despite that setback, Everton were in no mood to let three points slip away, as Michael Keane produced an immediate response.

Luca Digne’s free kick was helped on by Richarlison, and Keane showed a poacher’s instinct to tap home.

That goal broke West Brom resistance, as the visitors imploded in the final half hour.

Rodriguez continued to be at the heart of it for Everton and his clipped pass freed Richarlison inside the box, and the Brazilian squared it for Calvert-Lewin to make it four.

And the on form England U21 international smelt blood from there, and he did brilliantly to power home Digne’s corner for his first ever Premier League hat trick.

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New look Everton edge out Tottenham in 1-0 Premier League win

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s second half header was the difference between the two sides in a tight game in North London, with James Rodriguez impressing on his Blues debut.

Spurs carved out the better chances in the first half, with Jordan Pickford saving from Dele Alli and Matt
Doherty, with Richarlison wasting a brilliant chance at the other end.

Everton locked to turn the screw after the break, with Richarlison heading a Rodriguez cross just wide.

With the visitors beginning to take the initiative over Jose Mourinho’s side, it was Calvert-Lewin that found the vital breakthrough.

The England U21 international has been tipped for a big season under Ancelotti, and he did brilliantly to power home Lucas Digne’s free kick.

Both sides had chances in a frantic final ten minutes, with England international Pickford producing a vital late stop to deny Harry Kane.

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New look Everton edge out Tottenham in 1-0 Premier League win

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s second half header was the difference between the two sides in a tight game in North London, with James Rodriguez impressing on his Blues debut.

Spurs carved out the better chances in the first half, with Jordan Pickford saving from Dele Alli and Matt
Doherty, with Richarlison wasting a brilliant chance at the other end.

Everton locked to turn the screw after the break, with Richarlison heading a Rodriguez cross just wide.

With the visitors beginning to take the initiative over Jose Mourinho’s side, it was Calvert-Lewin that found the vital breakthrough.

The England U21 international has been tipped for a big season under Ancelotti, and he did brilliantly to power home Lucas Digne’s free kick.

Both sides had chances in a frantic final ten minutes, with England international Pickford producing a vital late stop to deny Harry Kane.

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New look Everton edge out Tottenham in 1-0 Premier League win

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s second half header was the difference between the two sides in a tight game in North London, with James Rodriguez impressing on his Blues debut.

Spurs carved out the better chances in the first half, with Jordan Pickford saving from Dele Alli and Matt
Doherty, with Richarlison wasting a brilliant chance at the other end.

Everton locked to turn the screw after the break, with Richarlison heading a Rodriguez cross just wide.

With the visitors beginning to take the initiative over Jose Mourinho’s side, it was Calvert-Lewin that found the vital breakthrough.

The England U21 international has been tipped for a big season under Ancelotti, and he did brilliantly to power home Lucas Digne’s free kick.

Both sides had chances in a frantic final ten minutes, with England international Pickford producing a vital late stop to deny Harry Kane.

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