Crystal Palace vs Everton played for the Premier League this Saturday, on November 11th 2023. The visitor team achieved a great 2-3 victory, with late goals, to pick up important points.
Everton managed to beat Crystal Palace by 2-3 in another league match. Before this fixture, the odds of 2.9 were successful for those who decided to bet on them to win.
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The spectators witnessed a real goalscoring show at Selhurst Park. With the first-half ending in 1-1, the second-half had 3 goals more goals to complete the score of 2-3 at the end of the game.
The players of Everton were sharp in today’s match. Of the team’s 9 shots in the game, 5 hit the target for 3 to get past the opposing goalkeeper.
The match between Crystal Palace vs Everton was relatively calm regarding disciplinary interventions. This match featured a total of 5 yellow cards shown by the match referee S. Barrott.
Crystal Palace vs Everton Game Highlights
This match between Crystal Palace vs Everton, was played under a clear sky, and had no VAR interventions in the 90 minutes.
The Everton coach was enlightened today, as Idrissa Gueye stepped in for Amadou Onana to score 1 goal and make an excellent contribution to the positive result.
The star of the day was Abdoulaye Doucouré, with 1 goal e 1 assist, the striker simply blew the match away and left the game heavily cheered by the Everton fans.
Individually, the best player of Crystal Palace was Eberechi Eze. However, unluckily for the midfielder, his outstanding performance with 1 goal was not enough for the team to leave the field with the 3 points.
After this match, Crystal Palace is in 12th place with 15 points, while Everton accumulates 14 points in 14th place in the league table.
Crystal Palace vs Everton played for the Premier League on Saturday, on November 11th 2023.
The visitor team achieved a great 2-3 victory, with late goals, to pick up important points.
This match featured a total of 5 yellow cards shown by the match referee S. Barrott.