Date: 28th November 2020 at 7:45pm
Written by:
Everton
0 – 1
Leeds United

Goodison Park

Premier League

28/11/2020 5:30 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Chris Kavanagh

Everton Leeds United
Dias Belloli (79)
Pickford Meslier
Godfrey Ayling
 
Holgate 82 Koch
Keane Cooper
 
Davies 61 Alioski
Doucoure Phillips
Allan
 
Dias Belloli 85
Iwobi 67 Klich
Rodriguez Dallas
Calvert-Lewin Harrison 89
Richarlison Bamford 91

Substitutes

Delph 61 Poveda 85
Sigurdsson Roberts
Mina Casilla
Tosun Helder Costa 89
Bernard 82 Rodrigo 91
Andre Gomes 67 Struijk
Lossl Davis

Game Statistics

15 Goal attempts 23
8 On Target 7
4 Corners 2
8 Fouls 14
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
42 % 58

With the international break coming to an end, Leeds United took a trip to Goodison Park this weekend to face off against Everton.

Despite a more recent wobble, Everton have started the season well and with manager Marcelo Bielsa looking for a win again, this was going to be another tough tie – but we could take plenty of positives from the recent Arsenal showing.

Few could’ve predicted the game we then saw. It was completely end to end, open and with a good number of chances (on and off target) for both teams. A cracker for the neutral I imagine.

Everton had a goal disallowed, the woodwork was involved and we then had a goal disallowed. Fortunately though, in the 79th minute Dias Belloli (Raphinha) scored his first goal for the club to give us the narrow advantage. Although Everton continued to push forward, we had good chances of our own to extend the lead.

1-0 was how it finished and a massive three points for us.

Everton MotM

Illan Meslier

Illan Meslier

Raphinha

Raphinha

Kalvin Phillips

Kalvin Phillips

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison
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Leeds fans hold aloft scarfs during the game

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