Highlights : Everton 1 – 3 Wolves (Premier League)

Everton 1 – 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers  Football  Highlights  
(English Premier League
Venue : Goodison Park 
Everton 0 - 1 Ruben Neves  Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves)

Key Moments Recap :

7″ 1-0 :  Baines trips Doherty in the box and that is a spot kick. The Wolves wing back charged forward into the area, only for his run to be ended by Baines’ clumsy challenge and Mr Mason had no hesitation in awarding the penalty.
Neves keeps his cool to send Pickford the wrong way from the spot to score his third Premier League goal of the season.

27″ 1-1 : Everton are level, and out of the blue as Sigurdsson finds Gomes, but the Portugal international still has a lot of work to do. However, the midfielder strides forward, before unleashing an absolute piledriver from the edge of the box that flies past Patricio into the roof of the net for his first Everton goal.

45″ 1 – 2 : Moutinho takes the resulting free kick and the Portuguese chips an inviting ball into the six-yard box, where the unmarked Jimenez buries his header past Pickford for his 11th goal of the season – how easy was that?


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⚽7′ 0 – 1 (pen.) Ruben Neves
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Player Ratings

Everton    Pickford (6), Baines (5), Keane (5), Zouma (6), Coleman (6), Gomes (6), Sigurdsson (6), Davies (5), Walcott (5), Richarlison (5), Tosun (5)
Subs: Calvert-Lewin (6), Lookman (6), Kenny (6)
Wolverhampton Wanderers  : Patricio (6), Doherty (7), Bennett (6), Boly (7), Coady (7), Jonny (7), Neves (7), Moutinho (7), Dendoncker (7), Jimenez (8), Jota (9)
Subs: Saiss (6), Traore (6), Costa (6)

Man Of The Match : Diogo Jota

Stats After the Game 

  • Wolves have won 11 Premier League games this season – their joint-highest tally in a single Premier League campaign, alongside the 2010-11 season

  • Wolves have scored 3+ goals in three consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since March 1980

  • Everton have lost three of their last four Premier League games at Goodison Park, as many as they’d lost in their previous 23

  • Everton have won just one of their nine Premier League games this season against teams starting the day higher than them in the table (W1 D2 L6), losing the last five in a row

  • Raul Jiminez has been directly involved in more Premier League goals than any other Wolves player this season (9 goals, 5 assists)

  • Wolves’ Joao Moutinho has provided an assist in three consecutive games in the top five European leagues for the first time in his career (5 assists in his last 3 apps)

Previous  Premier League Outing

Huddersfield Town 0 – 1 Everton FC Highlights

Everton : Pickford, Baines, Keane, Zouma, Coleman, Gomes, Sigurdsson, Davies, Walcott, Richarlison, Tosun
Subs: Stekelenburg, McCarthy, Schneiderlin, Bernard, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, Kenny
Wolverhampton Wanderers : Patricio, Doherty, Bennett, Boly, Coady, Jonny, Neves, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Jimenez, Jota
Subs: Ruddy, Cavaleiro, Costa, Gibbs-White, Saiss, Traore, John

Wolves Manager

“Nothing else matters,” said manager Nuno Espirito Santo. “They are very strong. They have a strong squad, very talented players, a very good manager, a very tough stadium to go to; the atmosphere at Goodison Park is really tough for the opposing team and we expect a very difficult game.”

Everton Manager 

“(Wolves) will be a good test for us as a team, not just offensively or defensively,” Silva said. “We have to be stronger as a team and stronger than them in all the moments of the match.
“We know they are strong in the counter-attack with a solid block and fast players. Every moment you have the ball and are trying to create you have to take care of that and have good balance.”

STATs Ahead Of The Game

  • Everton have lost just one of their last 14 home matches against Wolves in all competitions (W8 D5), a 2-3 defeat in September 1979 in a top-flight encounter
  • Five of the last seven Premier League meetings between Everton and Wolves have ended as draws, with the Toffees winning the other two in 2011
  • Everton have won 21 of their last 25 home matches in all competitions in February (D3 L1)
  • Everton have won 18 of their last 21 home Premier League matches against newly-promoted teams (D2 L1), winning each of their last 10 in a row
  • Wolves have won 10 Premier League games this season – just one fewer than their highest tally in a single Premier League campaign, winning 11 in the 2010-11 season
  • Wolves are looking to score three or more goals in three consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since March 1980
  • Everton have won just one of their eight Premier League games this season against teams starting the day higher than them in the table (W1 D2 L5), losing the last four in a row
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