2016-17 Season Highlights
Highlights from Everton's 2016-17 Season
2016-17 Everton Player Reviews: Romelu Lukaku
The Belgian marksman had another season to remember in blue
WATCH: Everton's lap of honour at Goodison Park
| Another chance to watch @Everton's lap of appreciation. Thank you for your support at Goodison this season! #COYB pic.twitter.com/VtBvEnLdl2— Everton (@Everton) May 13, 2017
Everton marked the last game of the season at Goodison Park yesterday with a lap of honor.
Barkley scores brilliant goal!
Ross Barkley Fantastic Goal vs Watford (1-0) - https://t.co/uuVc83gOpU via @DailymotionUSA— FootyWF (@WfFooty) May 12, 2017
Ross Barkley overcame his issues with his boots to score Everton's opener against Watford. Will this be his last goal at Goodison Park in the royal blue?
Idrissa Gueye interview with 'Tubes' of Soccer AM
Everton's tough-tackling midfielder Idrissa Gueye goes on Soccer AM with Tubes to talk about his playing style, his initiation at Finch Farm and more.
Lukaku shushes Williams after being criticized
Here it is pic.twitter.com/VAlNDUOQl2— koemansbluearmy (@koemansblues) April 4, 2017
Ashley Williams looked like he was yelling at Romelu Lukaku late in the game to make make better decisions with the ball, and keep the pressure off the defence. Well, Rom wasn't having any of it and told him to keep quiet. Oh boy.
Lukaku mouths off to best mate Pogba about Ashley Williams
Romelu Lukaku was vexed after full time, bitching to Pogba about Ashley Williams #MUNEVE pic.twitter.com/8jj1Vnd2up— CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) April 4, 2017
This is completely unnecessary on the part of Romelu Lukaku. Ashley Williams was trying to keep the ball out of the net - had Lukaku put it in the net from any one of the half dozen chances he had, it wouldn't have even mattered.
VIDEO: Lukaku scores 19th Premier League goal of the season
Romelu scored again to put result beyond doubt
VIDEO: Mirallas and Schneiderlin goals have Everton in command at the half
Toffees dominating the visiting West Brom and their manager Tony Pulis
Everton at Tottenham: Extended Highlights
All the goals, saves, chances and more from yesterday
Idrissa Gueye scores his first goal for Everton
Everton 1-0 Sunderland.— The Toffees. (@Everton_Ar) February 25, 2017
Idrissa Gana Gueye. #efc pic.twitter.com/gPfPXLxlGU
Gana puts Everton up 1-0 over Sunderland with a 39th minute strike.
Everton at Middlesbrough: Extended Highlights
All the saves, chances and more, since there were no goals
Lukaku scores his fourth of the game, Everton lead 5-2
GOAL: After all the 'typical Everton' chat... no people times are changing!! @RomeluLukaku9 with his 4th #efc 5-2 #EVEBOU #EFCmatchday pic.twitter.com/nvxstYdZ1X— Borneo Blues (@borneo_blues) February 4, 2017
Romelu Lukaku is in a mood today, just minutes after scoring his third!
Lukaku scores his hattrick! Everton now lead 4-2!
GOAL: superb patient build up after being up against it 2nd half ended by a cool finish from @RomeluLukaku9 #efc 3-0 #EVEBOU #EFCmatchday pic.twitter.com/WGjckqOLwb— Borneo Blues (@borneo_blues) February 4, 2017
Romelu Lukaku gave Everton some breathing room scoring his second hattrick of the season, and slowing down Bournemouth's resurgence.
Barkley celebrates even before scoring Everton's sixth goal
GOAL: Barkley gets the goal his recent performances have deserved. Icing...cake! #efc 6-3 #EFCmatchday #EVEBOU pic.twitter.com/L4JSFPtXLz— Borneo Blues (@borneo_blues) February 4, 2017
Good thing he didn't miss, because that would have been pretty embarrassing if he had. Final score Everton 6 -3 Bournemouth.
Bournemouth boner allows Lukaku to make it 3-0 to Everton
Romelu Lukaku IS ON FIRE! He pushes Everton's lead to 3-0 with an unbelievable sidefooted strike. #PLonNBC . pic.twitter.com/Nln165GIGF— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) February 4, 2017
An odd pass plays Lukaku in as he gets his second goal of the day and makes it 3-0 in the first half
WATCH: James McCarthy makes it 2-0 with a fluky finish
Le 2ème goal de la partie signé McCarthy!! #EVEBOU #EFC pic.twitter.com/kqCflQeSTF— Everton (@evertonfcfr) February 4, 2017
He's back in the fold. He makes it 3-0.
WATCH: Lukaku scores after 30 seconds to put Everton up 1-0 over Bournemouth
إيڤرتون احتاج 31 ثانية لإفتتاح التسجيل على بورنموث بهدف جميل من لوكاكو.— The Toffees. (@Everton_Ar) February 4, 2017
Everton 1-0 Bournemouth. Lukaku. #efc pic.twitter.com/PGuGRb4Tw0
Less than a minute in, Romelu Lukaku scores to give Everton an early 1-0 lead over Bournemouth
Is this the coolest penalty you will see all season?
Bassala Sambou is calmness personified as he strokes home a penalty during Everton U23s 3-1 win against Man United U23s on Monday night
Davies and Lookman are all giggles in post-match interview
| "How did it feel to net your first Everton goals, lads?"@1TomDavies and @ALookman_ talk to evertontv at the final whistle. #AllForOne pic.twitter.com/9XMci97M0H— Everton (@Everton) January 15, 2017
Watch as teenagers Tom Davies and Ademola Lookman act just like that.. teenagers.. when asked how they felt about scoring their first Everton goals.
WATCH: Mirallas puts Everton 2-0 up against City
Mirallas doesn't like to waste a lot of time. Everton up 2-0 on #PLonNBC pic.twitter.com/Gnhp9aSCCP— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) January 15, 2017
Kevin Mirallas had an excellent game for Everton today, setting up the first goal and then scoring with this cracking finish into the far corner to put the Blues up by two against City.
WATCH: Ademola Lookman announces his arrival, with an Everton goal
"For Evertonians, it doesn't get any better than this." Welcome to the Premier League, Ademola Lookman. #PLonNBC pic.twitter.com/u6UITjARRE— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) January 15, 2017
New signing Ademola Lookman scored with basically his first touch of Premier League football, slotting home through Claudio Bravo's legs to finish off the game 4-0 for Everton.
WATCH: Tom Davies scores his first Everton goal!
Third goal's the charm! Tom Davies scores his first Everton goal #PLonNBC pic.twitter.com/HqZwxRMmvC— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) January 15, 2017
Everton youngster Tom Davies scored his first goal for the Toffees senior team, and what a memorable goal it was too! A deft flick to beat two men, and then a nifty chip over a sliding defender and onrushing goalkeeper. The Blues went on to beat City 4-0!