He Everton added three points to his scoreboard after winning 1-2 against him Wolverhampton this tuesday in the Molineux Stadium. He Wolverhampton Wanderers He faced the match with the intention of adding more points to his locker after drawing 3-3 in the last match played against the Brighton and Hove Albion. For his part, Everton lost by a result of 0-1 in the previous match against West Ham. Thanks to this result, the ‘Toffees’ team is fourth, while the Wolverhampton It is fourteenth at the end of the game.
The meeting started in a positive way for the group of ‘Toffees’, who inaugurated the luminous with a bit of Iwobi in minute 6. But later the Wolverhampton Wanderers in minute 14 he achieved the equalizer through a goal from Rúben Neves. After this, the first period ended with a result of 1-1.
In the second half came the goal for the visiting team, who managed to get ahead on the scoreboard with a goal from Keane in minute 77, ending the confrontation with the score of 1-2.
The coach of the Wolverhampton gave entrance to How far, Cutrone and Vitinha by Gibbs-White, Fábio Silva and João Moutinho, Meanwhile he Everton gave the green light to Gomes, Richarlison and Coleman, which came to replace Davies, Sigurdsson and James.
The referee showed four yellow cards, two for Semedo and How far, from the local team and two for Doucoure and Holgate, of the visiting team.
With this victory, the Everton It rises to 32 points and is placed in fourth place in the standings, in the Champions League access place. For his part, Wolverhampton Wanderers it remains with the 22 points with which it reached this day of the competition.
The teams will continue to play their following matches in the Premier League: Wolverhampton Wanderers will try to return to the path of victory in his next duel against him West Bromwich Albion in his fiefdom, while the Everton will play away from home against Aston Villa.
|Wolverhampton Wanderers:||Rui Patrício, Saïss, Coady, Aït-Nouri, Semedo, Rúben Neves, João Moutinho (Vitinha, min.86), Dendoncker, Fábio Silva (Cutrone, min.79), Gibbs-White (Hoever, min.65) and Neto|
|Everton:||Pickford, Keane, Mina, Godfrey, Holgate, Davies (Gomes, min.65), Doucoure, Digne, Iwobi, Sigurdsson (Richarlison, min.76) y James (Coleman, min.87)|
|Goals:||Iwobi (0-1, min. 6), Rúben Neves (1-1, min. 14) and Keane (1-2, min. 77)|