World News – GB – Everton players’ ratings against Southampton as five fight for defeat


Made good saves from Romeu and Vestergaard in both halves but could not do much for the goals

Much like the rest of the defense around him, wasn’t as confident as we expected but continued

Had failed to meet his usually very high standards before his afternoon worsened when he was sent off Left-back protested but Kevin Friend showed him a right red

Worked hard to detect danger but, apart from Doucoure, he was fighting this battle without much help

Was Everton’s best player in the first half Covers a lot of ground, presses well and passes intelligence Only given less than 15 minutes of the second period, however, as Ancelotti set off in search a way back

Hit the bar with a strike from the edge of the area, but his defensive shortcomings hurt when Southampton increased the pressure Looked frustrated Subbed ahead of time

A few flashes of his trademark in the first half, but his influence on the game was nowhere near the level Everton would have hoped for Finished the game by holding his left hamstring Disturbing

Having a few touches in games is not unusual for Calvert-Lewin but he also expects some form of serve He didn’t get that today

Seemed a threat from the start, but it faded as Everton began to lose control of the procedures. If he had continued on that trajectory – and stayed on the pitch – then he would have scored lower but he was withdrawn at half time

I saw a lot of bullet and you can’t fault its intention, but it didn’t make much of a difference

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World news – UK – Everton players’ ratings against Southampton as five battle loss



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