The impassioned reaction of Marco Silva to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s cool finish said it all. Everton had been under serious pressure from Bournemouth, as had their manager after Farhad Moshiri’s comments at the club’s general meeting in midweek, when the substitute confirmed a first home league win in five matches in stoppage time. Relief and joy poured from Silva on the sidelines.
Everton overcame a quiet start to claim a hard-earned victory courtesy of Kurt Zouma’s first goal for the club and the substitute’s measured finish from Ademola Lookman’s inviting cross. The combination of two youngsters for the winning goal could not have been better timed for Silva in a week when he spoke of laying foundations for the future but the club’s majority shareholder voiced displeasure over the league table.
Source: Football News
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