CM – Everton vs Brighton Final Score:


Everton vs Brighton was a fierce battle at Goodison Park as the guests won a five-goal thriller that had a lot of drama.

Brighton took an early 2-0 lead through Alexis Mac Allister and Dan Burn , then returning Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed a penalty.

Anthony Gordon made it 2-1, but Mac Allister made it 3-1, and although Gordon scored his and Everton’s second goal to a tense finish scoring, held Brighton on for a big win.

The Seagulls have 27 points in the season and are in the top 10 while Everton is in the bottom half and has 19 points as Rafael Benitez’s side in each half was whistled by the home fans.

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1. Slick Brighton finally has chances but can still score more goals: They create so many chances in every single game and it was the first time this season that Brighton scored three goals in a game. Graham Potter’s team have been so smooth on the ball and although they have neglected a little in defense, it seems they are now playing with more freedom in attack. So Brighton can start in the second half of the season and even let Everton off the hook in the first half because they could have scored even more. Consistently squandering chances is the next step for Brighton.

2. Calvert-Lewin is rusty but will be huge for Toffees: he missed a penalty and missed some chances, but this was his first appearance since August and his The game and its movement will be crucial to Everton. They looked better on attack, with DCL in the lead and Gordon backing him up, and when Richarlison is fit again, that adds a whole different dimension to Everton. It was a heavy loss, but the biggest advantage is that Calvert-Lewin is fit again.

3. Brighton, the role model for Everton: The Everton believers booed their team off the field and the Toffees really don’t know what or who they are right now. Benitez try to make them a tough team to beat, but they cough up too many goals and aren’t exactly dangerous on counterattacks or in set pieces. Unlucky for Benitez with injuries, with players coming back and easier games on the schedule early in 2022, his team will need to regain their form and understand their tactics at the start of the season. Brighton fully understood Graham Potter’s tactics and the Seagulls are the role model for how to slowly build a roster that is completely familiar with your manager’s style. Do Everton’s fans want the style of play that Benitez brings to the table? If they win, they don’t care.

Man of the game: Alexis Mac Allister – Scored two great goals and made Brighton tick in attack.

Brighton started well and the Seagulls took the lead early on. Joel Veltman switched for Neal Maupay and he started Mac Allister to come home and stun Goodison.

Everton continued to be sloppy in possession and Brighton was dangerous at break with Yves Bissouma running the show in midfield and one Fired a shot that was deflected to the corner.

From this corner Dan Burn doubled Brighton’s lead when he went unnoticed at the back post and headed home. Seconds later, a lifeline was handed to Everton when Enock Mwepu fouled Anthony Gordon in the penalty area and a penalty was awarded after the VAR asked the referee to check the sideline monitor.

However, the returning Calvert-Lewin sent the Penalty over a light clip on the crossbar to summarize Everton’s first half.

Calvert-Lewin was close again before the break because he wanted a handball in the penalty area because he could not get a cross at the end while Adam Lallana was blocked at the other end by Jordan Pickford and Maupay shot past.

Burn heroically blocked Calvert-Lewin’s shot in the second half when Everton pushed hard to get back into the game.

Everton got shortly afterwards one back when Gordon struck from right inwards and his deflected shot sent Robert Sanchez in the wrong direction to make it 2-1.

Allan was as close as he was to equalizing n powerful shot was blocked off brilliantly by Sanchez, then Brighton scored the 3-1.

A flowing move found Mac Allister on the edge of the box and his fine volley flew into the top corner to make the away fans wild.

Everton gave Brighton a nervous finish when Gordon found a cross from the right and he struck 3-2 over 15 minutes from time.

Gordon almost scored his and Everton’s third goal, but Brighton defended more heroically, to contest it when they clung to victory.


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