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PremierLeague-News.Com - Everton player ratings following the Premier League victory at West Ham United
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Jordan Pickford 7 Largely untested, apart from the odd cross into the box, but nevertheless impressive for his running commentary throughout the half. Pickford was part tactician, part motivator...and part disciplinarian! Ben Godfrey 8 Defended with his usual aggression and energy but capped a solid first-half performance by providing the assist for the opening goal. Yerry Mina 7 A solid return to the starting line-up for the Colombian, in the middle of a back three, lasted until just past the hour mark when injury forced him off. Had made some big interceptions. Michael Keane 8 Equally confident return to the side for Keane, playing on the left of the back three. It became the type of game in which he thrives. Seamus Coleman 8 Couldn't escape a telling off from Ancelotti at one point early on but the captain will have felt the adulation from his boss after a strong second-half display. Allan 8 Used and carried the ball better than any Everton player for long spells whilst also breaking up a number of attacks. Very good from the Brazilian. Booked and apologised to Moyes for the challenge on Bowen.
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. Lucas Digne 7 His task would become a more defensive one as Everton looked to protect the lead Calvert-Lewin gave them. Did that job solidly. Gylfi Sigurdsson 6 Eerily similar performance to the one he served up at Arsenal recently. Had his eye in from set-pieces, in the first-half, but influence in possession lessened after the break. But put in a shift, defensively, it must be said. Dominic Calvert-Lewin 8 For much of this game he had worked hard without reward but nobody will remember this game for that. They will remember this game for his clinical finish which decided it. Richarlison 6 Sometimes wasteful in possession and guilty of running down blind alleys, Richarlison also did a selfless job for the team at times today, running the hard yards and taking lumps along the way.
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SUBSTITUTES Mason Holgate (on for Mina '62) 7 Given an unexpected chance to make amends after being dropped and performed well after replacing Mina. Joshua King (on for Richarlison '83) 6 Almost made it 2-0 but headed against the post. Added energy to the front line but guilty of losing the ball too easily. Fabian Delph (on for Sigurdsson '85) 6 Introduced late on instead of Doucoure, Delph kept it simple but did the job Ancelotti asked of him.
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