Everton vs. Manchester United

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Written By Sristi Dumre

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Everton was defeated 2-1 by Manchester United in the late Sunday night Premier League game after they rallied from a goal down. The Red Devils, who were able to bounce back from the devastating derby loss last weekend, were able to win thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s 700th club goal.

Erik ten Hag will not have been happy with the start, as he saw Alex Iwobi beat David de Gea with a beautiful attempt after only five minutes. However, the answer didn’t take long as 10 minutes later, Antony calmly finished to make it three goals in his first three Premier League outings.

The precise assist for the equalizer came from Anthony Martial, who was forced to leave the game after only 30 minutes due to an injury sustained during the warm-up. Ronaldo took advantage of his early introduction to score the 700th club goal of his illustrious career by latching onto Casemiro’s through ball and neatly finishing beyond Jordan Pickford.

With the exception of needing to withstand an Everton blizzard in stoppage time, Manchester United was able to hang onto the victory in a routine fashion. With the three points, they climb up to the fifth position, one point outside of the Champions League spots, while the Toffees fall to 12th.

That concludes our coverage of a rare Sunday night Premier League game. The first half contained all the significant action, but the second half was still enjoyable to watch.

The handball incident that disallowed Rashford’s goal will be the topic of many conversations over the coming days, but fortunately, it had no bearing on the result of the match.

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