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Everton 0-1 Leeds United: Raphinha’s first Leeds goal sinks Toffees

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Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford denies Raphinha a goal with save in the Premier League match with Leeds United at Goodison Park
Leeds United had four attempts on target in the first half – the most in an opening 45 minutes since they returned to the Premier League

Leeds earned their first win in four games by beating Everton in a thrilling match thanks to Raphinha’s long-range strike.

The Brazilian finally broke the deadlock from 20 yards with a low, fizzing shot after the two sides had carved out numerous chances in a game where managers Marcelo Bielsa and Carlo Ancelotti met for the first time.

The visitors had been left frustrated after hitting the post through Jack Harrison in the first half and drawing fine saves from Jordan Pickford who could do little about the winner.

Leeds will point to their attacking approach – and keeping the league’s top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin in check – as key in their move up to 11th in the table.

Everton slipped to a fourth defeat in five games, making their unbeaten start to the season seem like a distant memory.

They carved out plenty of chances themselves, but could not beat Illan Meslier, who denied Richarlison, Allan and Abdoullaye Doucoure.

The Toffees also showed their defensive frailties once more as Leeds picked them apart, which, but for better finishing, could have made the scoreline even more convincing for the visitors.

This is the first time boss Ancelotti has lost successive home fixtures since 2012 when he was manager at Paris St-Germain.

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Everton

  1. Squad number1Player namePickford

  2. Squad number22Player nameGodfrey

  3. Squad number5Player nameKeane

  4. Squad number4Player nameHolgate

  5. Squad number26Player nameDavies

  6. Squad number16Player nameDoucouré

  7. Squad number6Player nameAllan

  8. Squad number17Player nameIwobi

  9. Squad number19Player nameRodríguez

  10. Squad number9Player nameCalvert-Lewin

  11. Squad number7Player nameRicharlison

  1. Squad number8Player nameDelph

  2. Squad number20Player nameBernard

  3. Squad number21Player nameAndré Gomes

Leeds United

  1. Squad number1Player nameMeslier

  2. Squad number2Player nameAyling

  3. Squad number5Player nameKoch

  4. Squad number6Player nameCooper

  5. Squad number15Player nameDallas

  6. Squad number23Player namePhillips

  7. Squad number18Player nameRaphinha

  8. Squad number43Player nameKlich

  9. Squad number22Player nameHarrison

  10. Squad number10Player nameAlioski

  11. Squad number9Player nameBamford

  1. Squad number7Player namePoveda-Ocampo

  2. Squad number17Player nameHélder Costa

  3. Squad number20Player nameRodrigo

More to follow.

Line-ups

Everton

  • 1Pickford
  • 22Godfrey
  • 5Keane
  • 4HolgateSubstituted forBernardat 82′minutes
  • 26DaviesSubstituted forDelphat 61′minutes
  • 16Doucouré
  • 6AllanBooked at 90mins
  • 17IwobiSubstituted forAndré Gomesat 67′minutes
  • 19Rodríguez
  • 9Calvert-Lewin
  • 7Richarlison

Substitutes

  • 8Delph
  • 10G Sigurdsson
  • 13Mina
  • 14Tosun
  • 20Bernard
  • 21André Gomes
  • 49Lössl

Leeds

  • 1Meslier
  • 2AylingBooked at 26mins
  • 5Koch
  • 6CooperBooked at 90mins
  • 15Dallas
  • 23Phillips
  • 18Dias BelloliSubstituted forPoveda-Ocampoat 85′minutes
  • 43Klich
  • 22HarrisonSubstituted forHélder Costaat 89′minutes
  • 10Alioski
  • 9BamfordSubstituted forRodrigoat 90+1′minutes

Substitutes

  • 7Poveda-Ocampo
  • 11Roberts
  • 13Casilla
  • 17Hélder Costa
  • 20Rodrigo
  • 21Struijk
  • 24Davis

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