James Rodriguez scored his first Premier League objective and Dominic Calvert-Lewin packed away a cap stunt as Everton whipped 10- man West Bromwich Albion 5-2 at Goodison Park on Saturday.
West Brom began splendidly and opened the scoring through Grady Diangana, his first group objective, however when Calvert-Lewin evened out after a mediation from the Video Assistant Referee, Everton took control.
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Not long before half time Rodriguez put Everton ahead from the edge of the case with a completion loaded with quality, and quickly subsequently was pushed in the face by safeguard Kieran Gibbs, who got a merited red card.
Flammable West Brom chief Slaven Bilic was additionally red-checked by arbitrator Mike Dean as he denounced with the authority at the break.
James Rodriguez was one of the champion entertainers as Everton made sure about their third success on the ricochet in all competitions. Visionhaus
The Baggies stowed a magnificent equalizer from Matheus Pereira’s 30- yard free-kick soon after the restart, yet the Toffees’ more noteworthy quality against 10 men at that point saw them flood ahead.
Michael Keane put them in front from short proximity before Calvert-Lewin took his count for the season to four of every two games as he got two more to finish his first cap stunt for the Merseyside club.
Everton seemed messy on occasion contrasted and their 1-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur in their season opener. However, their improvement from last season keeps on being emotional, while for West Brom eight objectives surrendered in two games shows the proportion of their undertaking in the Premier League.
Everton made 32 objective endeavors in their initial two matches, with four of them changed over by Calvert-Lewin.
“You look at the quality we have got on the ball, it was important we utilised the extra man,” the striker revealed to BT Sport after the success.
“We created space and chances, and I was happy to be in the box to tap them in.”