Before the Everton team travels to Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday, Amadou Onana has urged his colleagues to “keep going and keep pushing.”


The midfield player was crucial in Monday night’s match against Crystal Palace. At Goodison Park, his header in the second half pulled the Toffees level after Jordan Ayew’s long-range goal had given the visitors the lead.

Onana, the goal scorer, made his debut in the 66th minute and immediately made an impact on the game, winning three of his four ground duels and two of his two aerial duels.

After the game, Onana told evertontv that his constant goal is to make an impact.

He declared, “I always try to influence football matches.” “I try to help the team and help win football games whether I start or not because that’s all that matters.”

“I aim to be the one who makes the difference every time I get onto the football field, even when I’m starting from the bench. I thought, “Yes, there is a space for me to go and get one,” as soon as I saw the spaces. I’m glad tonight, then.

On Monday, the Blues showed signs of improvement in the second half of their game, finishing with 13 of their 19 shots after halftime, including all four of their attempts on goal.

With a 74% share of possession in the last 45 minutes, Sean Dyche’s team was likewise far more in control of the ball than they were in the frustrating first half (52%).

The way his team battled back into the match was highly praised by Onana, who said, “I think the energy and the mindset is half of the job.” Regardless of your style of play, if you simply keep working hard and giving it your all, you will undoubtedly succeed.

“I thought the first half was alright, but we could have been more effective in front of goal.

“We never give up and I’m really happy of the players because it’s not easy to trail 1-0. We always fight to the finish. We continued after achieving parity.

When the Toffees travel to the south coast on Saturday to play Brighton at the Amex Stadium, they will be looking to improve on their performance from Monday.

The Blues won this game 5-1 last season, shocking the Seagulls and recording their largest win of the year. They did so by hammering five past the hosts.

When asked how the team is feeling about the game this weekend, Onana responded, “[We] keep going.” We’ll undoubtedly be rewarded if we keep working hard and persevering, putting in the graft.

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