Everton smiled again in the Premier League: they won with James Rodríguez and Yerry Mina on the court

Soccer Football – Premier League – Fulham v Everton – Craven Cottage, London, Britain – November 22, 2020 Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates scoring their second goal with James Rodríguez Pool via REUTERS/John Sibley EDITORIAL USE ONLY.

Everton stepped out onto the Craven Cottage field, to face the Fulham, with the aim of adding a victory after four games in a row without tasting its flavor: a draw and three losses in a row. Carlo Ancelotti included Yerry Mina already James Rodriguez in the starting eleven of the game that ended 3-2, in favor of the ‘toffees’, corresponding to day nine of the Premier League.

The team’s top scorer, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, opened the scoring at the first minute of the commitment, after the assistance of the Brazilian Richarlison, who returned to compete after paying the penalty imposed on him in the commitment against Liverpool.

The home team shook, momentarily from dominance, and tied the actions with both Bobby Reid, at minute 15. However, the clean and jerk was short lived and Everton went to the front again; the Colombian midfielder started the play, enabled Lucas Digne and he found the nine, who signed his double, when the chronometer marked the 29th minute, and reached ten celebrations at the pageant.

The formula was the same for the third goal, with Rodríguez in the genesis of the action and another pass to goal from the French player, which later ended Abdoulaye Doucoure, establishing 3-1.

Fulham had the opportunity to cut the advantage, with a maximum penalty that was sanctioned, but wasted by Ivan Cavaleiro. The discount arrived at minute 70, through Ruben Loftus-Cheek, after a shot that hit Yerry Mina and overcame Pickford’s resistance.

Three minutes later, James Rodríguez was substituted. The cucuteño received a 6.4 rating, by the application specialized in statistics 365 Scores; he finished twice, one of them on goal, completed 41 passes and his accuracy was 83%.

Everton protected the lead and kept all three points. Mina played the entire game and reached 720 minutes in the Premier League. He won 50% of the sweeps he made, cleared five balls and added 54 touches in the game.

With the spoils of triumph, the ‘toffee’ reached the 16 units in the standings, the product of five wins, one draw and three losses; He has 19 goals for and 16 against. On the next day, they will be measured with the Leeds United, officiating as locals.

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