09/13/2021 at 11:01 PM CEST
The Everton added three points to his scoreboard after winning 3-1 against him Burnley this monday in the Goodison park. The Everton came with the intention of reaping another victory after winning away from home by a score of 0-2 at Brighton and Hove Albion. Regarding the visiting team, the Burnley reaped a tie to one against the Leeds United, adding a point in the last match held in the competition. After the game, the ‘Toffees’ team is fourth at the end of the game, while the Burnley is eighteenth.
During the first part of the game none of the players managed to score, so during the first 45 minutes the score did not move from the initial 0-0.
The second part of the confrontation began in a favorable way for the group of Burnley, which inaugurated its light through a bit of Mee at 53 minutes. However the Everton achieved the tie thanks to a goal from Keane in the 60th minute. The local team again added by means of a goal from Townsend in the 65th minute that established the 2-1. After a new play, the score for the ‘Toffees’ team increased, which increased differences by making it 3-1 through a goal from Gray in the 67th minute, thus ending the match with a final score of 3-1.
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Both coaches made moves on the benches. The coach of the Everton gave entrance to Gomes, Rondon and Iwobi by Godfrey, Richarlison and Gray, Meanwhile he Burnley gave entrance to Lennon, Vydra and Rodriguez by Gudmundsson, Barnes and Chris wood.
The referee admonished Townsend by the Everton already Brownhill by the team of Burnley.
With this result, the Everton rises to 10 points and remains instead of access to the Champions League and the Burnley continues with a period.
The next day the Everton will be measured with the Aston Villa, while the set of Burnley will play his match against Arsenal.
Data sheetEverton:Pickford, Keane, Godfrey (Gomes, min.61), Mina, Doucoure, Allan, Digne, Coleman, Gray (Iwobi, min.87), Richarlison (Rondón, min.81) and TownsendBurnley:Nick Pope, Mee, Tarkowski, Taylor, Lowton, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil, Gudmundsson (Lennon, min.76), Barnes (Vydra, min.77) and Chris Wood (Rodriguez, min.86)Stadium:Goodison parkGoals:Mee (0-1, min. 53), Keane (1-1, min. 60), Townsend (2-1, min. 65) and Gray (3-1, min. 67)