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After a first half that reminded us of the first dates of the Premier League, with Everton as the leader, in the second half the Liverpool team again exposed the failures in defense that always put them to row against, and that this time they did not They had serious consequences for the result, which against Fulham was a 2-3 final for the ‘toffees’.
The logical signal, again, has been Yerry Mina, as he was involved in the two goals of the London team. In the first, he lost in speed against the attacker who let him see him slow and without positioning; and in the second, he carelessly deflected a ball he was meant to contain.
Carlo Ancelotti notices it. At the end of the game, the taste was not entirely sweet due to the team’s defense work, contrary to the high level shown by the midfield team forward, being explosive, creative and effective: “Really satisfied. It was a difficult match. In the end, we got the winning goal. We had a fantastic first half, but in the second we had difficulties ”, Ancelotti said at a post-match press conference.
“We try to be a little more compact in the middle of defense, we have to work on that. The system gives us the possibility to use more of the field of play, if we make opportune centers with Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison in the area, we are dangerous ”, added in clear allusion to the Colombian central, who shared the line of 3 with Godfrey and Keane.
Once again, Mina is criticized for her placement in the figure of the ‘Mister’, which has to do with leaving at the wrong time, getting disorderly, gathering too much or not grouping together to defend, a fault that has also been shown in the Colombia Selection match in the first date of the last round of playoffs.
Despite the 365 Score portal, Mina was given an acceptable 7.0 out of 10, while Godfrey was cut with the lowest rating.
The match chronicle
Everton stepped out onto the Craven Cottage field, to face the Fulham, with the aim of adding a victory after four games in a row without tasting its flavor: a draw and three losses in a row. Carlo Ancelotti included Yerry Mina already James Rodriguez in the starting eleven of the game that ended 3-2, in favor of the ‘toffees’, corresponding to day nine of the Premier League.
The team’s top scorer, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, opened the scoring at the first minute of the commitment, after the assistance of the Brazilian Richarlison, who returned to compete after paying the penalty imposed on him in the commitment against Liverpool.
The home team shook, momentarily from dominance, and tied the actions with both Bobby Reid, at minute 15. However, the clean and jerk was short lived and Everton went to the front again; the Colombian midfielder started the play, enabled Lucas Digne and he found the nine, who signed his double, when the chronometer marked the 29th minute, and reached ten celebrations at the pageant.
The formula was the same for the third goal, with Rodríguez in the genesis of the action and another pass to goal from the French player, which later ended Abdoulaye Doucouré, establishing 3-1.
Fulham had the opportunity to cut the advantage, with a maximum penalty that was sanctioned, but wasted by Ivan Cavaleiro. The discount arrived at minute 70, through Ruben Loftus-Cheek, after a shot that hit Yerry Mina and overcame Pickford’s resistance.
Three minutes later, James Rodríguez was substituted. The cucuteño received a 6.4 rating, by the application specialized in statistics 365 Scores; he finished twice, one of them on goal, completed 41 passes and his accuracy was 83%.
Everton protected the lead and kept all three points. Mina played the entire game and reached 720 minutes in the Premier League. He won 50% of the sweeps he made, cleared five balls and added 54 touches in the game.
With the spoils of triumph, the ‘toffee’ reached the 16 units in the standings, the product of five wins, one draw and three losses; He has 19 goals for and 16 against. On the next day, they will be measured with the Leeds United, officiating as locals.
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