Everton’s Bad Luck Continues
Everton fans were left feeling disappointed once again when the club’s first match since their 10-point deduction ended with a 3-0 loss to Manchester United.
The Toffees hosted the Red Devils at Goodison Park Stadium in Liverpool, England on Sunday, 26 November, with the soundtrack of disgruntled booing and jeering from the crowd of anti-English Premier League (EPL) protestors.
Despite the fiery display of home support, Man United was able to claim the first goal just three minutes after the first whistle blew as midfielder Alejandro Garnacho smashed an astonishing header that set all of the experts talking.
By half-time, both sides were astonished that neither team had been able to put a second mark on the scoreboard. However, they didn’t have long to wait as midfielder Marcus Rashford converted a penalty at the 56-minute mark, earning cheers from their supporters.
Striker Anthony Martial claimed the third and final point for the Red Devils in the 75th minute, with an assist from his teammate, Bruno Fernandes.
For the Toffees – who are currently sitting in 19th place on the EPL table with only 13 points – the win could have made a significant difference. However, it seems victory was simply not in the cards for the team just yet.
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