Is it too quick to call Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton title rivals? It was not just a record, he scored 24 goals in seven games in all competitions, but there is balance and determination in their game.
Captain Seamus Coleman has been back for years, with Jerry Mina and Michael Keane being strong about coming off Norwich with Ben Godfrey, and forward Dominic Calvert Lewis and James Rodriguez seem to be making and hitting every time they touch the ball.
Calvert-Levine’s opening title, reminiscent of his mentor Duncan Ferguson, was his ninth goal in six games this season. Such as Hmm-it, He has added a wow factor since coming from Real Madrid.
James Rodriguez scores second and third Everton goals as hosts beat Brighton
Colombian playmaker Alex Iowa arrives inside the box to drop Matt Ryan for delivery
James was the first to help restore the home’s two-goal mattress and extend their flying shape.
He scored twice on Saturday and set up one for Colombia World Cup teammate Mina. The Evertonians turned down the chance to see their new hero live, delighting the chance to see him from the end of Gladys Street. He will get some receptions.
This is the first time since 1969/70 that Everton have won the first four league games and they have finished champions.
Fifth, a Mercedes derby against Liverpool, can we accurately determine Everton’s real chances, but unfortunately England No. 1 Jordan Pickford sees their weak link this time around.
He dropped a clinker 41 minutes later to reward Neil M up Bay with an unworthy Brighton draw, at the other end he released his teammates’ firebrand to make sure it wasn’t too expensive.
Rodriguez celebrated the second goal of the clash with another simple plate in 70 minutes
Abdullah D’Core threw the ball across for his teammate
Dominic Calvert-Levine went on to score six league goals this season to a spectacular cross.
Everton (4-1-4-1): Pickford 4.5: Coleman 8 (Delph 58 6), Keane 6.5, Mina 7, Dickney 6; Davis 6.5; Rodriguez 8.5 (Walcott 78 6), Sigurdsson 7, Dcore 7, Richardson 6 (IOP 25 7); Calvert-Levine 7.5
Unused subs: Lawsl (GK), Bernard, Gordon, Noun Nou ou
Goals: Calvert-Levine 16, Mina 45, Rodriguez 52 & 70
Brighton (3-4-3): Ryan 7; White 5.5, Tung 7, Webster 6; Lampede 7 (Weldman 45 6), Pissouma 6.5, Alsat 6 (Alsat 82), March 5.5; Trosart 6, Connolly 5.5 (Lallana 66 6), Ma up Bay 6.5
Unused subs: Steel (GK), Burn, Mac Allister, Bernardo
Goals: M up b41, pissouma90
Referee: Simon Hooper6
Gareth Southgate is loyal to his man on the international stage, but he or Ancelotti can never ignore the mistakes he makes over and over again.
Not surprisingly, the Everton boss is delighted to be at the top of the table overall.
‘In the beginning we were very happy, we won the games and showed quality. At the same time we have to come back from the international break, he said.
‘Our attack was good. We defended well with low volume. We played a complete game. ‘
At Pickford, he added: ‘He made a mistake, but nothing happened. We have three more points. This is the most important part. ‘
The young Everton forward has risen to the highest position at home to confirm his effort
Another horror mistake by Jordan Pickford gave Brighton a way back
Brighton hit five woodcuts in the previous game against Manchester United last weekend, but there is no way to consider this beating as unfortunate.
Matt Ryan was called into action to deny Zeiss Coleman and Dominic Calvert-Levine, highlighting his side 16 minutes after 16 minutes with Everton’s No. 9 goal of the season.
Kilby Sigurdsson was an amazing cross-cutter from the pile, and Calvert-Levin used a slip from Marker Ben White to hang wonderfully in the air and go home.
This finish underscored his current confidence following the first England call-up from Gareth Southgate.
Everton goalkeeper Neil M up gives up a simple cross at the foot of the ghost – he builds the house
Up Bay could not believe his luck after controlling the ball and firing through Michael Keane
Carlo Ancelotti was annoyed at the touchline
Everton suffered a setback when Richardson exited following a meaty challenge from Tariq Lambte.
But 41 minutes later Brighton’s unexpected draw was entirely Bigford’s fault, and he has explored some of the mistakes this season.
Lombardy’s deep cross was dropped to the ground by Leandro Trosart, and the England goalkeeper must have caught it when he threw the ball.
Lack of concentration, continuous rain or lack of extra height allowed Bigford to try to slip out of his hands, and Ma up Bay was in the right place to spin and score from six yards, with his sharp finish finally crossing the line between Michael Keane’s legs.
Jerry Mina diverted to his own header in the first half to regain Everton’s lead
Mina celebrated with Comrade Rodriguez after the playmaker hit an accurate cross
It was the first shot of the spectator, and marked the fourth goal of Ma up Bay in four games.
Everton may have dominated the game, but instead they showed the character to take the lead in the first half injury time.
Captain Seamus Coleman won a free-kick, from where the goal was scored in Colombia. Rodriguez rolled an excellent free-kick to the danger zone and Mina is headed for a header.
Everton started the second half fast. Calvert-Levine was charged with a shot after 52 minutes before becoming Everton’s third goalkeeper with the move of the match.
He starred in Alex Iwobi, the cut to Rodriguez sent by the Colombian, who miraculously stimulated his body to connect with the half volley.
Yves Pissouma comforted Brighton of late
Ancelotti is in danger of tarnishing the reputation of the Italians as defensive managers.
Everton watched as Rodriguez watched the ball and put Abdullai D’Cor’s pull-back on the sidelines each time they could push forward.
‘We were disappointed with the goals we agreed on. We’re contributing to our own problems today and it’s not a good thing against a team that is against Everton’s standards, ‘said Brighton boss Graham Potter, whose team has a brutally fitted list as they face Chelsea and Manchester United so far.
Rodriguez was not given a chance for a hat-trick as Theo Walcott led 12 minutes from the end, with Brighton surprisingly finishing the score with a thump from Yves Pissouma. This time Pickford is innocent.
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