Everton – Wolverhampton Wanderers: Home fans rewarded with victory at Goodison Park

Its 3 points in the bag for Carlo Ancelotti as Wolves are beaten 1-0
Everton vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers
Cris Lebron

Cris Lebron

Cris is our author whose career in writing about Premier League lasts exactly the same amount of time he waited for his favorite club to claim the throne of this prestigious league.

On Wednesday, Wolverhampton Wanderers suffer an away defeat to Everton at Goodison Park. With each team arriving on the back of a league defeat, they were both keen to pick up points. Everton were looking forward to meeting again, following a previous defeat to Sheffield United. Wolves lost 2-0 in the last match they played against Tottenham Hotspur. As things stand, Everton and Wolves sit in position 8th (59 points) and 12th (45 points) respectively.

After a goalless first half, Everton certainly were out of the blocks quickly in the second half, with an early goal from Richarlison in the 48th minute. The final result, Everton 1, Wolves 0.

Everton brought on Tom Davies, Andre Gomes and Mason Holgate for Seamus Coleman, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Abdoulaye Doucoure. Wolves brought on Willian Jose, Leander Dendoncker and Vitinha, to replace Morgan Gibbs-White, Willy Boly and Joao Moutinho.

The referee booked Nelson Semedo for Wolves.

Everton will next play Manchester City away, with Wolves facing Manchester United at home.

Technical card:
Everton: Jordan Pickford, Ben Godfrey, Michael Keane, Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne, Seamus Coleman (Tom Davies, min.82), Abdoulaye Doucoure (Mason Holgate, min.90), Allan, Gylfi Sigurdsson (Andre Gomes, min.86), Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison
Wolverhampton Wanderers: John Ruddy, Nelson Semedo, Max Kilman, Conor Coady, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Adama Traore, Joao Moutinho (Vitinha, min.80), Willy Boly (Leander Dendoncker, min.80), Ruben Neves, Morgan Gibbs-White (Willian Jose, min.68) and Fabio Silva
Stadium: Goodison Park
Goals: Richarlison (1-0, min. 48)

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