Everton’s Nightmare: Gueye Blunders, Branthwaite Saves the Da

   Against All Odds! Everton Secure Unlikely Point in Brighton Showdown


Jarrad Branthwaite stunned everyone with a striker-worthy goal to give Everton a surprise lead, but Lewis Dunk’s late equalizer ensured a share of the spoils at the Amex. However, the game was overshadowed by Billy Gilmour’s red card for a reckless challenge on Amadou Onana.

Player Ratings: 

Pickford (7): Solid presence, made key saves, denied Fati in the dying moments.

Godfrey (5): Struggled defensively, especially against Adingra and Julio, but showed fight.

Tarkowski (8): Rock-solid, made crucial blocks, nullified Ferguson, took a knock but soldiered on.

Branthwaite (9): MOTM! Scored a brilliant goal, made vital blocks and clearances, dominant at both ends.

Mykolenko (6): Did his defensive duties well, offered some threat going forward, few misplaced passes.

Harrison (5): Below par on the right wing, lacked impact and missed a late chance.

Gueye (3): Woeful performance, poor positioning, lost possession easily, should be benched next game.

Garner (7): Tidy on the ball, key in transitions, slight lapse in the first half.

McNeil (6): Threatening down the left, stretched the defense, tried to create chances.

Doucoure (4): Missed a good chance, lost duels, failed to stifle Brighton’s midfield.

Calvert-Lewin (3): Disappointing game, no shots, struggled to find space, lost aerial duels.

Key Takeaways:

  • Branthwaite’s brilliance masked Everton’s overall struggles.
  • Gueye’s poor performance highlights Onana’s importance.
  • Doucoure’s inconsistency continues to be a concern.
  • Calvert-Lewin’s form remains a worry for Dyche.

What’s next? Everton will be hoping to build on this point and improve their form in their next match.

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