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  • 11 November 2023

Crystal Palace vs. Everton: Can Everton continue its winning streak today?

With confidence, Everton has beaten West Ham and Brentford in London in the past, and therefore moved to Manchester City with more confidence. However, they are expected to travel to Crystal Palace, where a win would move them up to 12th in the league. Sean Dyce's side proved their good form by winning one of their last three away matches.

However, Crystal Palace have already turned their focus to facing Everton after beating Burnley 2-0 on the pitch. Although they cannot equal this feat at home despite having only recorded one draw and one defeat in their last three league matches. In their last 17 meetings, Crystal Palace have only won once against Everton. Roy Hodgson and his men were all smiles having achieved so much that they could finish for the better part of a second long run.

 

Let's take a look at the highlights of today's match:

The start of the first half!!

In the first minute, Garnier enters the field for Everton at Selhurst Park!

Goal in the second minute!!! Everton leads 1-0!!! After a fierce brawl inside the penalty area, Doucoure showed great composure when he presented the ball to Harrison on the right side. A cross is sent to the back post where Mikulenko waits straight away and heads it into the net. This is his second goal in two weeks.

4 minutes later, penalty kick! Eze cleverly weaves his way through a group of Everton players before advancing towards the penalty area. Eze goes down as Brathwaite stretches his leg. The referee awards a penalty kick!

Goal in the fifth minute. It's 1-1! Palace adjusts the result! Shortly after Brathwaite fouled Eze in the penalty area, the referee declared a penalty kick. Pickford has no chance as Eze moves forward comfortably and places the ball into the corner with confidence. Hodgson came up with a quick response!

The first 10 minutes are controlled by Hodgson's side, as they have 60.6 possessions and are only a few points ahead of their opponents by a margin of 5 to 2. This seems to be the way Dyche runs shop as his team sits back trying to soak up all the minutes. Pressing, but hoping to surprise the opponent with the counter strike. He has performed well so far in this approach especially in relation to Everton.

Half a chance to win in the 16th minute! Daiichi's team passes the ball effectively, and Young sends a high cross towards the back post. Johnston made a simple save when he came off his line and was in a position to intercept a powerful shot headed on target by McNeil.

Diving in the 24th minute and Izzy! The Palace midfielder maneuvers past several defenders, leading to Brathwaite attempting to challenge him. However, the referee sees no contact and simulates cards against Eze.

In the 29th minute, Garner showed tremendous possession of the ball barely outside the Palace area, allowing him to attempt a shot. The Everton midfielder tries to send the ball into the bottom corner; However, it flies close to Johnston's location.

Garner has an amazing touch outside the Palace penalty area as he had a shot in the 36th minute. The Everton player tries to shoot into the bottom corner but it goes wide of Johnstone's post.

He has so far only touched the ball 11 times in the first half. For Everton to achieve a positive result, they must integrate him more into the match. Having scored three times in the league and taking the place of Everton's top scorer, the English striker boasts three goals so far in playing for his club.

During the 45+2 minute, Doucoure was shown a yellow card for throwing the ball aside out of frustration as Palace were awarded a free-kick.

Eze is still creating chances in the 45+4 minute as he sends Edouard down the right flank. Pickford fumbles an early shot from the Palace striker, then Tarkowski clears the ball for a corner. We can imagine that Dyche doesn't like the fact that so much of Eze is in the middle.

beginning of the second half !!!

In the 48th minute, Mikulenko shot a cross on the left side of the field, and the Palace defense player advanced it, putting the cross into the danger zone. Guehi gets up just in time to block the cross and send it wide for a corner kick.

Minute 49.. It's the goal!!!! Everton leads 2-1!!! After taking a corner kick, the ball comes back and Guy takes it in his hand. He sends Mikulenko up the pitch and fires a wonderful long shot that hits the crossbar. Doucoure has all the space in the penalty area and easily sends the ball into an empty net! The fourth goal in the English Premier League scored by Doucoure!

In the 54th minute, Eze ran into Everton's penalty area, turned the ball onto his right leg and shot at the bottom of the goal post. Pickford acts quickly and makes the save but for the other side there is a heart-pounding moment. They put more and more pressure on Palace with a second corner.

Only 10 minutes without a goal...and Everton almost scored. Schlupp sends it all to the back post where Mykolenko can't clear it and Gueye loses it in the air. It hits them and then Pickford sends it over the bar from a corner kick. At that moment, it was a close shave for their team as they almost scored an own goal.

After 63 minutes of the second half, Palace had 77.6% of possession, and it is clear that Everton is defending deep into the half, which increases the pressure. However, Hodgson's side were only successful in one attempt and Pickford was only tested once.

Chance to equalize for Crystal Palace in the 65th minute!! Lerma finds Edouard towards the Everton penalty area. Edouard turns away from his marker and cuts the ball towards the keeper, who returns the ball to Lerma on the left edge of the penalty area. But Lerma missed the point after being shot. The palace is wasting their chance!

With two minutes remaining, substituted Palace player Olise is already posing a problem for Everton's full-back. The midfielder comes down the left and puts his effort wide of Pickford. However, the A shot is deflected off a defender for a corner kick. Olise could be just the spark that helps Palace get back into contention.

In the 73rd minute, Crystal Palace equalized with a goal from Edward, taking advantage of a defensive error by Everton. The match is now tied at 2-2.

In the 76th minute, Everton made a substitution in the attack, with Beto replacing Calvert-Lewin.

In the 78th minute, the Selhurst Park fans cheered after the goal, and Crystal Palace put tremendous pressure on Everton in their search for another goal. Everton finds it difficult to escape from their own half and is under constant attack from Crystal Palace.

In the 83rd minute, Hodgson makes a substitution in the offensive line, as Palace searches for the winning goal. Edward was replaced and Matita took his place.

And in the 86th minute, a goal!!! Everton leads 3-2 late! Doucoure plays a decisive role in midfield and has plenty of space. He delivers a perfectly weighted cross to Gueye, who receives it perfectly and fires past Johnstone. Late drama at Selhurst Park!

Minute 88: Amadou Ba Zionde George Mfume Onana receives a yellow card.

In the 89th minute, Garner received a yellow card after his challenge on Ayew.

In the 90+2 minute, the match became tense in stoppage time, as Everton defended deep to protect their lead in the face of Palace attacks. The pressure is on as Palace search for an equaliser.

In the 90th + 4th minute, Beto had a golden opportunity for Everton, but he was unable to find the goal with his shot, making the Toffees regret the missed opportunity.

In the 90+6 minute, Oliseyi had the opportunity to take a dangerous free kick for Palace, but unfortunately his ball went high and wide of the goal, leading to a missed opportunity for the Eagles.

And it's all over now! What an exciting match! Everton finally took the opportunity to win this game due to their attacking action in the second half. what do you think? Let us know in the comments

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