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Everton 1-2 Manchester United: Goals & Highlights

Toffees take on Red Devils in rare Sunday night game

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Goals & Highlights

Final Score: Manchester United have beaten Everton 2-1, despite the Blues’ best efforts late on.

85’ - Salomon Rondon is on for Maupay, and that is Lampard’s last throw of the dice.

81’ - Long ball from De Gea, Marcus Rashford beats right back Iwobi to it in the air, and then James Tarkowski whiffs on his clearance and that leaves Rashford one-on-one with Pickford and he slots home to make it 3-1. But wait! VAR deems him to have handled the ball, and on replay, that is a tough call for United you have to admit, wow.

76’ - With just fifteen minutes to play, Frank Lampard rolled the dice with a formation change, pulling off Seamus Coleman and Idrissa Gueye and throwing on Dominic Calvert-Lewin for his first appearance of the season, and James Garner for his Everton debut against his former side.

Halftime - United have bounced back from a good start for the Blues with two goals from the Toffees turnovers to lead 2-1 at the break.

43’ - Iwobi loses the ball in the United half and Casemiro finds a streaking Ronaldo down the Everton right and he slots the ball past Pickford, United lead 2-1 just before the break.

37’ - Chaos in the Everton box as Vitalii Mykolenko can’t clear the lines and eventually falls to Bruno Fernandes who beats Jordan Pickford, but it’s correctly called offside on substitute Cristiano Ronaldo who replaced an injured Anthony Martial.

13’ - Idrissa Gueye gets caught dawdling on the ball and Antony draws United level 1-1.

5’ - Alex Iwobi puts Everton ahead with a delightful shot from outside the box.


Everton take on Manchester United in the Premier League looking to keep their six-game unbeaten run going even while trying to make it three wins in a row. The Toffees will be buoyed by an ebullient Goodison Park crowd that lives for nights like tonight when the lights are on at the Grand Old Lady as we try to capture these fleeting moments before it’s time to bid farewell to what will soon become the Blues’ old home.

Visitors United looked to have course-corrected after an early season 4-0 thrashing away at Brentford, but last weekend came up against the buzzsaw that is their local rivals Manchester City, and were thrashed soundly 6-3 with the score actually flattering the Old Trafford side. They also played in the Europa League on Thursday night winning 3-2 away at Omonia Nicosia.

Match Details

Competition: Premier League Matchweek 9

Date and start time: Sunday, October 9th at 11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m ET / 7:00 p.m. BST

Stadium: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

Capacity: 39,572

Weather: 57°F/14°C, light rain, 88% chance of precipitation, 15 mph winds

How to Watch/Listen

TV: USA Network, Telemundo - United States; BT Sport 1 - United Kingdom; Fubo - Canada, beIN Sports Premium 1, SuperSport MaXimo 1, SuperSport MaXimo 2, Star Sports Select 1

Radio: evertontv, TalkSport Radio UK, SiriusXM FC

Live stream: Fubo, BT Sport App,, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, ESPN Play Sur, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, DStv Now, RUSH, Hotstar VIP, JioTV, SuperSport Premier League ROA,

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Last Meeting

The Blues won with a deflected Anthony Gordon strike the last time United came visiting in early April right in the middle of Everton’s survival battle. In what was a dull game, the Blues did just enough against an uninspired Red Devils to grab three much-needed points.