After a month and a half without doing it, the Everton by Carlo Ancelotti scored three points by winning his visit to Craven Cottage, the house of Fulham. They shone especially in the ‘toffee’ box both Calvert-Lewin, who scored two goals, like Lucas Digne, who signed two assists, and taking advantage of Scott’s defensive fragility Parker beat the Everton although with intrigue until the end of a match that ended 2-3.
In the global computation the Fulham He made more than enough merits to score, but his poor performance in defense during the first half detracted. In fact, not a minute of play had been completed when Richarlison (who did very well) went to the kitchen to attend Calvert-Lewin, that almost without wanting and in the mouth of goal made the 0-1.
The blow made him wake up Fulham, and tied through Bobby reid in 15 ‘, but before reaching half-time the Everton he hit again and twice. Two new goals to reach 1-3, both times with Digne as assistant and with Calvert-Lewin again (29 ‘) and Doucouré (35 ‘) as scorers.
After the restart, the Fulham took a step forward, and the truth is that during the second act he was far superior to the Everton, but the reaction only gave so that Loftus-Cheek reduced distances in the 70 ‘and the three points flew way to Liverpool.