Everton 1-4 Newcastle Highlights
Watch Everton 1-4 Newcastle highlights as Callum double scores against Everton making the victory for their club in the league premises at Goodison Park.
As Everton is placed on the 19th position of the Points table, Newcastle United is placed on the 3rd Position of the premier league points table.
Callum continued to strike in the double goals in the everton, troubled on the hosts, while Joelinton and Jacob Murphy, like a trashing thottenham with 6-1 in the League. Eddie Howe’s side had a storm in the premier league.
Joelinton broke down the left and his cross-shot was parried by Jordan Pickford to Wilson, who scored his seventh goal in six matches against Everton. The hosts thought they had equalised on the stroke of half-time when Dominic Calvert-Lewin latched onto Dwight McNeil’s pass but his lofted finish over Nick Pope was ruled out by VAR for offside.
McNeil’s strike direct for a corner had given Everton a flicker of hope at 3-1, but within 22 seconds of the restart, Murphy was on hand for a simple finish after a mesmerising solo run from Alexander Isak.
The result moves Newcastle onto 62 points in third, a healthy eight points ahead of fifth-placed Aston Villa with a game in hand. Meanwhile, Everton stay in 19th position with five games remaining – two points adrift of safety – following a ninth home defeat of the season.
When asked if Newcastle’s top-four place was now wrapped up, Eddie Howe said: “I think it is just a case of onto the next game. The end table will tell us where we are and what we have next season but for now we are just focusing on the next game. We have returned to form in a really good way.”
Sean Dyche on postmatch interview
Sean Dyche said, “We took the game on and I thought in the first half we had been as strong as we have been. We went under too easily after the second goal. You can’t against good sides like Newcastle.
“I thought it was a very strong first-half performance. We kept them to not many chances but they are a good outfit and they kept going and got a second goal and the reaction to that was not good enough.
“We are not finding the big moments in the final third. It is still a work in progress. Wilson whacks one in the corner, no thought, they are just playing with freedom and we need to find that freedom.
“We have to park this one quickly and clear our minds going into the next one.”
Eddie Howe on postmatch interview
“We know nothing is taken for granted from our perspective. It puts us in a lot stronger position. To get six points from Tottenham and Everton is a great return.
“We knew there would be an aerial challenge for us and I felt we dealt with that very well. In the second-half, we really put our foot to the floor and showed what we are capable of.
“It is great to see. Callum [Wilson] was excellent today. The second goal was spectacular. It was great for Alex [Isak] to come on and do well as well.
“It was always going to be a difficult game for us but we handled the occasion well in a hostile environment.
“The first goal was going to be crucial. It was probably our best move and it came at a good time for us.
“The confidence was there and it was evident in the second half, maybe a bit of the edge of the game had gone but I think we had to earn the right to get to that point because Everton put us under pressure in the first half.”