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Everton suffer 4-0 defeat to Minnesota United as Dele Alli misses a sitter

Everton suffer a HUMILIATING 4-0 loss to MLS side Minnesota United as struggles from last season go on… with Dele Alli missing a sitter from a just a YARD out as he fails to score an open goal

  • Everton suffered a 4-0 pre-season hammering by MLS side Minnesota United  
  • Emanuel Reynoso scored from the penalty spot after a handball by Tom Davies
  • Kemar Lawrence and Luis Amarilla scored to give Minnesota a 3-0 first-half lead
  • Minnesota added a fourth ten minutes from time through Abu Danladi
  • The day was summed up by a sitter from Dele Alli just a yard out from goal 

Everton suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat to MLS side Minnesota United in the final game of their US Tour.

Frank Lampard gave 23 members of his squad minutes but were powerless to stop a ruthless Minnesota side who thrashed the Toffees on their home turf.

Minnesota scored three times in the first half to put the win beyond any doubt.

Everton’s day was summed up by an awful miss from Dele Alli who skewed his shot wide from a yard out as he was standing in front of the centre of the goal with an empty net in sight.

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Everton suffered a miserable 4-0 defeat in the final game of their pre-season tour of the US

Their day was summed up by a sitter from Dele Alli who skewed a shot wide from a yard out

Their day was summed up by a sitter from Dele Alli who skewed a shot wide from a yard out

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