Three of Callum Wilson’s six goals this season in the Premier League were scored on penalty kicks.
Everton missed their chance to return to the Premier League as Callum Wilson scored twice to give Newcastle their first win in three games.
Former Bournemouth striker Wilson opened the account and earned a penalty kick, which he won after a goal from Andre Gomez. One second later, he beat Ryan Fraser on a looping cross.
The result means that Carlo Ancelotti’s team remains in second place, three points behind Liverpool, while the games are in tenth place.
After a largely uneven first half, the game resumed in the second half.
And Newcastle, who scored a point in the last two games, had Wilson to thank for the victory.
Steve Bruce’s team could have contributed to the goal, but Sean Longstaff’s powerful close-up saved Robin Olsen brilliantly and started with an Everton goal instead of English goalkeeper Jordan Pikford.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s late goal was not enough to see Ancelotti lose back-to-back league games for the first time since September 2014, when he was responsible for Real Madrid.
MissingEverton Bombing Tips
Everton started the campaign with four straight victories to reach the Premier League, but it is another result that should meet expectations at Goodison Park.
Now, without having won three games, Everton’s main news for the match was that Pikford, who had been in the limelight with several noisy errors, was sent away after 120 consecutive Premier League appearances.
Instead of his first goalkeeper, Roma Olsen, who brilliantly parried for Allan Saint-Maxime and defended a powerful shot from Longstaff.
The Swedish international couldn’t be wrong about one of Newcastle’s heads, but Everton’s biggest problem was on the other side of the field.
Without the retired striker of Richardison and the traumatized playmaker James Rodriguez, the Ancelotti team fought for a significant chance with only four shots on goal.
The five-headed midfield, where the players prefer to play a central role, didn’t help and Culvert-Lewin saw the ball late enough to hit the goal.
The limitations of Everton’s attack were again emphasized by 19-year-old Ellis Sims, who together with Chenk Tosun, a member of the team since the 21st century, was the first to attack. December 2019 was included as a replacement for the first time.
The Newcastle Draw for Success
With the Premier League league, he won’t be long remembered by neutrals – but Bruce will be happy with the way his team is organized to defend with numbers and break with speed.
In two games after a home loss on the 17th. In October, against Manchester United, Bruce returned to the central defense with a 4-1 victory on three points and reaped the rewards on both occasions.
His team took the point in the form of wolves flying at high altitude and once again looked closely at Everton’s team and tried to return to the top of the table.
Fabian Char, Jamaal Lasselles and Federico Fernandez – who showed more tolerance than any other player (10) – were disciplined and dominated from behind.
On the other side of the field, Miguel Almiron, Allan Saint-Maxime and Wilson provided the necessary speed and strength to threaten a counter-attack.
Newcastle made their intentions clear in the first half when Wilson scored in the sixth minute and then, together with Paraguayan international Almiron St Maxime, gave St Maxime a big chance after his transfer to Everton.
This trend continued in the second half and became even more effective, especially after Wilson’s points on the field.
And when Everton clicked the equalizer button, Frasier’s replacement allowed Wilson to break the left side and end the game.
There’s still some left.
The actors of the game
C Wilson-Callum Wilson.
- Team number13 Player nameS Wilson
- Team number24 Player nameAlmiron
- Team number10Player nameSen-Maximin
- Team number15 Name of playerLewis
- Team number21Player’s namePupil
- Team number18 Player nameFernandez
- Team number36 Player nameC Longstaff
- Team number23 Player name Murphy
- Team number6Player name Welding cell lesson
- Team number 26 Players named Darlow
- Team number 5 NameCher Player
- Team number16 Player nameHendrick
- Fighter Hayden from team number 14.
- Team number7 Name of playerRole
- Team number33 Name of the playerOlsen
- Team number9 Name of playerCalvert-Lewin
- Team number6 Player nameAllan
- Team number5 Name of playerKine
- Squadron number 16 PlayerSelfDucure
- Team number10Name of the player of Sigurdsson
- Team number18Player nameNkounkou
- Team number2 Player nameKenny
- Team number17 Player nameIvobi
- Team number20 name of playerBernard
- Team number13 Name of playerMin.
- Team number14 Player nameTossun
- Name of the player on team number 8Delph
- Team number 21The name of the team is Andre Gomes.
- 23MurphyBookable at 90mins
- 6Laser cells
- 36S Long-term staff
- 16 Hendrick
- 24AlmironReplacement by Heidenat 83 minutes
- 13C Wilson Bocking in 55 minutes exchanged for Carrollat 87 min.
- 10Cent MaximinSubstituted for 74′ minute phaserat
- 2KennyReplaced by Ivobiat 77’minutes
- 13 MiniBocking in 69 mines
- 18NkounkouReservation at 32 minutesChanging for Tosunate 69 minutes
- 16DucureBocking in 88 mines
- 6AllanReservation at 72 min.
- 10G Sigurdsson
- 21Andre GomesZ (in) comes from the bank to replace 60 minutes on Bernardat.
- 9Calvert Lewin
- Last game. Newcastle United 2. Everton 1.
- The other half ends Newcastle United 2. Everton 1.
- Corner, Everton. Carl Darlow’s confession.
- Handball by Ryan Fraser of Newcastle United.
- Jacob Murphy (Newcastle United) is on the yellow list.
- Corner, Everton. Covered by Fabian Cher.
- The attempt is blocked. Gulfi Sigurdsson (Everton) hits a shot from the middle of the box that is blocked. With the support of Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
- Aim! Newcastle United 2. Everton 1. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) at the right side of the six yard box in the lower right corner.
- I missed a shot. Gulfi Sigurdsson (Everton) shot the right leg just outside the penalty area, but missed the upper right corner. With Allan’s help.
- Abdulai Dukure (Everton) has been booked for an offense.
- Abdulai Dukure (Everton) will be punished after committing an offence.
- Ryan Fraser of Newcastle United won a free kick in the defensive half.
- Replacement. Newcastle United. Andy Carroll is replacing Callum Wilson.
- I missed a shot. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) barely took a shot with his right foot in the middle of the penalty area, but he missed his shot on the right side. With the support of Alex Iwobee.
- Aim! Newcastle United 2. Everton 0. Callum Wilson (Newcastle United) shot from close range from the top right corner to the right.
- Attempted rescue. The right shot from Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson outside the penalty area went to the centre of the goal. With the support of Fabian Delph.
- Replacement. Newcastle United. Isaac Hayden replaces Miguel Almiron.
- Offside. Newcastle United. Jacob Murphy tries to hit the ball, but Jeff Hendrick scores an offside.
- Foul Fabiana Delpha (Everton).
- Ryan Fraser (Newcastle United) hits a free kick on the right wing.