Thursday Everton He was playing a late match in round 33 Premier League. It was absolutely crucial for Frank Lampard, who for months had been struggling for support. Before the match, they finished 16th in the table and had a two-point advantage over the relegation zone. In the last round of the season they will face a very difficult match Arsenal. competitors w fight For the presence of the league they had a little easier tasks. Defeat wouldn’t eliminate Everton’s chances, but victory would have guaranteed the club Liverpool Participation in Premier League next season.
But after the first half, it looked as though the question of keeping Everton would be decided in the final round. In the 21st minute, Jean-Philippe Mateta jumped over a cross from a free kick and beat Jordan Pickford with a header. In turn, in the 36th minute, Jordan Ayew hit the ball at Everton after much confusion. until the interval Everton So he was losing 0:2.
0:2 to 3:2. Everton’s big return to maintenance importance
But in the second half, he did an amazing “renovation”! It was started in the 54th minute by Michael Keane who made a smart shot from the field criminal The goalkeeper defeated the guest. Everton pressed and his efforts paid off in the 75th minute. The ball fell to the feet of Richarlison, who was in a difficult position in the penalty area, but decided to hit anyway. It was an excellent decision because the hosts were lucky. The ball was lifted by the defender which completely surprised the goalkeeper and the tie was 2:2.
The real madness started in the 85th minute. Demarie Gray sent the ball into the penalty area with a free kick, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin showed a great “spear” there. He aimed the ball into the net and the crowd went crazy. They couldn’t keep their emotions in check, and then Goal Many of them ran to the field.
The situation was managed relatively efficiently and after 97 minutes the match ended with Everton winning 3:2. After the final whistle, the fans stormed the field again and were happy with the victory that ensured their survival in the First Division in. England. Let’s add that Everton is one of six clubs that have never been relegated Leagues In the Premier League era (ie from the 1992/93 season).
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