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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Everton triumphant, the defender Everton almost signed last summer, and more

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton recorded their first win over Manchester United since 2015 in Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing at Goodison Park. Fantastic goals and fantastic performances all around made for a delightful Easter Sunday for the Blues. With the win, Everton now sit in the much sought out for 7th spot, which will guarantee Europa League football if Manchester City beat Watford in the FA Cup Final on May 18th. While there is still much more football and end of the season drama to come, Everton fans can celebrate a great weekend. Up the Toffees.

Everton defeat Manchester United 4-0. Here’s how it happened. [RBM]

Watch the match highlights.

Rate the players (and manager) in the win. [RBM]

Hear from Marco Silva after the demonstrative win.

Everton’s performance against the Red Devils was pure domination. [RBM]

A very good performance. We were the best team on the pitch since the first minute,” says Marco Silva. [RBM]

NBA Cleveland Cavaliers player Larry Nance, Jr. enjoys the view before the match.

Relive Everton’s dramatic penalty shootout win over Manchester United in the 2009 FA Cup semi-final. [RBM]

Everton were close to signing Manchester United’s Marcos Rojo last summer, but couldn’t match his reported £160,000-per-week salary. Talk about dodging a bullet. [Daily Star]

Romelu Lukaku is rumoured with a move away from Manchester United this summer. Should Everton fans want him back? [The Telegraph]

“Some fans come to me and say, ‘We love you because you’re a hard worker and you are tackling everywhere’. So I’m happy to hear that,” says Idrissa Gueye. [EFC]

Check out pictures from a recent meet-and-greet with Bernard, Richarlison, and André Gomes. [EFC]

What To Watch

Chelsea face Burnley in Premier League action, while Mason Holgate’s West Bromwich Albion take on Reading, Kieran Dowell’s Sheffield United face Hull City, Antonee Robinson’s Wigan Athletic take on Preston North End, and Joe Williams and Callum Connolly’s Bolton Wanderers face Blackburn Rovers.

Full schedule of games here.

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