Everton welcomed Burnley to Goodison Park for the fourth game of the Premier League, with the candies prevailing 3-1, achieving a total overthrow in six minutes.
In the first half, the visitors were superior, as they completely controlled the match, however, they did not manage to create a dangerous situation in the opponent’s home, with the exception of Mi’s shot in the 20th minute.
The same player opened the scoring for the “Clarets” with a header, after a recommended ball by Goodmanson.
Rafa Benitez’s players reacted and their response was immediate. They initially equalized with Keane in the 60th minute (and he with his head), after a cross by Townsend, with Nick Pope unable to react.
Five minutes later, the 30-year-old English midfielder changed roles and became a scorer from the creator, with Ducoure feeding him. Sean Dice’s players seemed to have lost. Immediately after the cross, they lost the ball in the area of the candies, who went on the counterattack.
Ducoure made an amazing vertical ball to Gray, he came out against the opposing goalkeeper and made it 3-1, forming the final score.
Everton climbed to the top of the standings, as they have 10 points, which are held by Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool. Burnley, on the other hand, is below the relegation zone, having just one point.
Everton: Pickford, Mina, Keane, Godfrey (61 ‘Andre Gomes), Coleman, Alan, Ducoure, Dean, Townsend, Gray (87’ Ivobi), Richardson (81 ‘Richardson)
Burnley: Pope, Lawton, Tarkovsky, Mi, Taylor, Gudmundsson (76 ‘Lennon), Brownhill, Westwood, McNeill, Wood (86’ Jay Rodrγκguez), Barnes (76 ‘Vintra).