Everton teach United a hard lesson

Everton scored a valuable victory at the expense of its guest, Manchester United

with a goal without a response, today, Saturday,

in the match that was held at Goodison Park, as part of the 32nd round of the English Premier League.

Anthony Gordon scored the only goal for Everton in the 27th minute.

With that result, Everton raised its score to 28 points in 17th place

while Manchester United’s balance froze at 51 points in seventh place.

The first attempt in the match in favor of United came in the ninth minute

with a powerful shot from Rashford from the edge of the penalty area, and Pickford brilliance in removing it to a corner kick.

Rashford returned to try again in the 12th minute

after he rose to a cross and shot a header that Pickford saved.

Everton managed from his first attack to open the scoring in the 27th minute

through a shot from Gordon from outside the penalty area

hitting Maguire and changing its direction to deceive De Gea and into the net.

Everton tried to add the second goal quickly in the 30th minute and Kane followed a cross from a foul

shooting a header that went over the crossbar.

Everton continued to wake up, with a shot from Richarlison in the 36th minute from outside the penalty

colliding with Blindlove before De Gea excelled in removing it to a corner kick

ending the first half with the Toffees ahead with a goal without reply.

With the start of the second half but Godfrey rose to cross from a corner kick in the 53rd minute, hitting a header that went over the crossbar.

Gordon almost added the second goal for Everton in the 54th minute

after he followed a cross cross into the area, hitting a powerful ball that hit Lindelof’s foot.

Although Manchester United controlled the ball in the second half

it did not pose any significant threat to Pickford’s goal in the first 25 minutes.

United appeared offensively in the 71st minute but a shot from substitute Ilanga from the edge of the penalty area, which went wide of the goal.

With Everton’s distinguished defensive organization

Pogba resorted to the option of shooting from outside the area in the 81st minute

but his ball was successfully blocked by Pickford.

And in the 83rd minute, Sancho sent a perfect cross towards Bissaka inside the 6-yard area

who hit a powerful ball that hit Gray before surprising Pickford.

Ronaldo almost scored the equalizer in the third minute of stoppage time

after he followed a header from Maguire inside the area

hitting a powerful ball that Pickford brilliance in stopping, ending the meeting with Everton’s victory with a goal without a response.