Everton vs Burnley (2-0)
Following mountain Mee’s goal, Seamus Coleman capitalized upon Tom Heaton’s error to move home a second.
Everton created a dominant begin – Gylfi Sigurdsson seeing a goalbound volley blocked before he teed up Richardson, whose try was turned full by Mee.
The Burnley center-back wasn’t therefore lucky from Richardson’s next effort, however, firmly deflecting the Brazil international’s shot into the bottom-right corner.
Everton’s lead was fleetly doubled as film producer Digne’s dipping strike caused disturbance for Heaton, UN agency might solely parry to the waiting Coleman.
Barnes thought he had hauled Burnley into the competition when the [*fr1] hour, however, the offside flag cut his celebrations short, whereas Ashley Westwood was lucky to be reserved when lunging in on Morgan Schneiderlin solely.
An injury to Richardson dealt Everton a blow when the restart, and also the hosts caught a cold once Gudmundsson fast onto a cross, solely to shank his effort over.
Michael Keane was lucky to travel unpunished for what looked to be a shove on Matej Vydra. However, Everton was that UN agency virtually had an ultimate say as Ademola Lookman discomposed the crossbar and Heaton stood firm to deny fellow substitute, Theo Walcott.
Goodison Park rose to acclaim Phil Jagielka in stoppage time because the long-serving defender came on for what’s seemed to be a farewell look.
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|17′||Everton||B. Mee (o.g.)|
Everton – Burnley Match Statistics
|6||Shots on goal||1|
|9||Shots off goal||4|
|10||Shots inside box||3|
|10||Shots outside box||2|