Everton 2-0 Chelsea: Lewis Dobbin’s first Premier League goal seals Sean Dyche’s side a third win in a row and piles pressure on Mauricio Pochettino

  • Abdoulaye Doucore finished well after good work from Dominic Calvert-Lewin
  • Everton pressed well and worked hard to limit Chelsea to a handful of chances
  • Mauricio Pochettino has so much work to do with woeful Chelsea – It’s All Kicking Off 

Everton secured their third win in a row with a first Premier League goal for Lewis Dobbin to pile the pressure on Mauricio Pochettino

A bright first half saw Chelsea dominate possession but, as with the majorityof their season, they failed to convert chances. 

Everton pressed the visitors well but headed into the break all square, with the Blues also losing captain Reece James to yet another injury.

Ten minutes into the second half and it was the home side that struck after Dominic Calvert-Lewin burst through the Chelsea back line to go one on one with Robert Sanchez. 

The Spanish goalkeeper made an initial first save but the ball bobbled out to Doucoure who smashed home the opener. 

Sean Dyche’s side shut up shop after that and it was Lewis Dobbin who popped up to lash home an effort from the edge of the area to secure all three points and move four points clear of the relegation zone.

More to follow… 

Abdoulaye Doucoure opened the scoring for Everton with a well taken finish ten minutes after half time

Lewis Dobbin rattled home a second for Everton to secure an important win at Goodison Park

Lewis Dobbin rattled home a second for Everton to secure an important win at Goodison Park


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