Wednesday, December 13, 2023

EPL: Dobbin and Doucoure help in-form Everton defeat Chelsea 2-0


 LIVERPOOL (Britain): Abdoulaye Doucoure scored in his 100th Chief Association appearance for Everton and substitute Lewis Dobbin got a late second objective to procure a 2-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday that caused a third away loss in succession for the mid-table London club.

Dwight McNeil flooded forward with the ball in the 54th moment and slipped a pass to Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Chelsea goalkeeper Robert Sanchez saved the one-on-a single opportunity, yet Doucoure penetrated the bounce back into the most distant corner of the net.

Foundation item Dobbin scored his most memorable association objective in an Everton shirt when he whipped home a free ball from a corner in stoppage time to seal the three focuses.

Chelsea slip to twelfth in the table with 19 focuses from 16 games, while Everton have 13 focuses from 16 games. Without their 10-point allowance for monetary breaks, against which they have pursued, Everton would be in tenth, four focuses in front of Chelsea.

"We are so happy to dominate this match," Doucoure said. " At Goodison Park we realize the fans are behind us. I'm exceptionally cheerful, two objectives in two games. I'm more than happy for the group.

"It is a decent number for me (six objectives this season) so I simply need to continue onward. It was truly challenging. We realized the game would have been exceptionally close."

The guests ruled belonging and spent a large part of the game in the Everton half however missed the mark on clinical touch in the house side's crate, while there was some fantastic scrambling guard from the Merseysiders who have now dominated three Head Association matches in succession interestingly since Walk 2021.

Everton, immensely improved with their shape and guarded power lately, guaranteed a third spotless sheet in succession and keeping in mind that they rode their karma, it was one more noteworthy execution to follow Thursday's 3-0 home win over Newcastle Joined together.

Sean Dyche's side have now won nine of their last 13 games in all rivalries and are four focuses clear of the assignment zone. Chelsea have slipped 14 focuses behind in the race for Champions Association capability places.

Cole Palmer constrained a decent early save from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford with a deafening 30-yard shot, yet Chelsea lost chief Reece James halfway through the primary half with a hamstring issue.

At the point when Everton started to lead the pack it was contrary to the rules, yet under Dyche they are glad to allow the resistance to have the ball and send off lightning fast counter-assaults.

Their subsequent objective was a memorable second for 20-year-old Dobbin, who shot a shot after Chelsea neglected to clear a corner adequately.

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