Final whistle! The glut of goals continues as Everton won 4-1 and now qualifies for the Carabao Cup quarter-finals It wasn’t that easy at times, but with the Blues’ best players all in good shape, we let’s ride happily To top it off with a dominating victory for the Everton Women who are now in the FA Cup final, and it’s exhilarating times for the Blues everywhere.
90 ‘- Yarmolenko runs and tries to pierce a rushed Pickford, but it’s wide And he was offside anyway There is no rule of mercy on the part of the referee, who has added three minutes here
83 ’- 4-1 now !! DOMINIC CALVERT-LEWIN HAS HIS HAT-TRICK! Iwobi to James to Sigurdsson through West Ham’s exposed and weak belly, stars in DCL that pulls off Rice and easily puts himself at home He’s in absolutely inspired form right now!
78 ’- Iwobi has time in the box to control and shoot, beats Randolph and the ball comes back from the far post GOAL! DCL reacts the fastest to bring out the rebound! 3-1 !!
75 ‘- Haller succeeds brilliantly in controlling a cross with his chest then his scissor kick is straight to Pickford who parries well (this time!) for a corner Shot blocked for another corner This one is cleared and Doucoure can escape with Nkounkou wins a corner on the left, hint of handball on this blocked center
74 ’- West Ham is in line now as Everton look a little stunned by all of their injuries All three subs are now exhausted, so no break for James or Delph now
72 ’- A terrible gift from Doucoure in the final third allows the Hammers to charge forward with the Blues tense Felipe Anderson is foiled by Coleman, then Yarmolenko is not allowed to fire Trame
71 ’- Delph had better be ready to play ninety on Saturday because Allan didn’t look well We have the international break immediately after to recuperate
67 ‘- West Ham are the best team since the Blues came past Now Snodgrass fights and beats Allan at the corner flag, crosses into the box and Pickford comes out to recover More worryingly, Allan shot lame, it looks like he pulled a groin muscle in his left thigh Disaster for the Blues Abdoulaye Doucoure now on
63 ‘- Close for the Hammers Snodgrass cleared to enter the box, Yarmolenko walks towards the goal and he flashes through the Pickford box Lanzini slips unbranded but is late and it goes wide
Everton Women capped a dominant performance with another goal and it was all over at Damson Park, 3-0 against the Blues
60 ‘- Richy has returned, but now he’s back He’s going to leave, and Alex Iwobi is coming
58 ‘- Oh no oh no oh no Richarlison has issued a challenge and his left foot seems to have caught in the grass and twisted his ankle He’s on the ground and in some discomfort but ends up walking away He carefully tests it on the sideline
56 ’- OBJECTIVE !! Richarlison has his! He intervenes from the left and takes a kick with his right foot, goes behind Declan Rice and gives Randolph a wrong foot going the wrong way 2-1 Blues
55 ‘- Sigurdsson with a chance to be forgiven in the box, his clumsy left foot shot is well saved by Randolph
53 ‘- Everton are in control again, looking for an opening Sigurdsson loses the ball and Haller leaves but Allan saves the day!
50 ‘- Good reaction from Everton after conceding the goal Richarlison opens on the left now and his trimmer comes back off the post
46 ‘- Second half underway, and just like that it’s now 1-1 Robert Snodgrass waits unmarked at the edge of the box, and his outswinger beats Pickford it all ends up Check out Sigurdsson’s reaction after the entry of the balloon
It’s Everton ahead 1-0 at the half Both teams had their chances, but the Blues can rightly claim they deserve to be ahead Everton Women, meanwhile, now lead 2-0 on the hour, check out this article for goals (scroll to comments)
45 ‘- Aaron Cresswell’s dangerous cross and Lanzini’s pitted header is next to the far post It will only be two minutes of extra time despite the injury delay The drama is over and we enter the break with the Blue in front
42 ’- Back in school after injury delay DCL and James have given the ball cheap at times, but it’s good to have Allan in cover in those areas
38 ‘- Kenny is in some distress blocking a corner, but it looks like he’s doing fine Overhit and comes out for a goalkick No Jonjoe is down again, the ball caught him on his supportive ankle and seems his night is over, and Seamus Coleman is coming now
35 ‘- Nkounkou nibbled a bit on Yarmolenko, put crampons on his boot and the Ukrainian striker collapsed screaming The assistant referee right next to him is motionless
30 ‘- Richarlison has now passed to the right side, and is caught by James, his shot is blocked for a corner James had a few chances to grab this himself James corner is deep, Delph hits it for the first times and it is wide
28 ’- The Hammers have had a lot more possession in the last few minutes, and some search balls in the box have just escaped the West Ham players
22 ‘- OBJECTIVE no! Ooh, a marginal offside there as James finds Richarlison behind defense and the Brazilian dawns Randolph for the goal
17 ’- Delph now advances and tries a speculative shot from outside the box but is blocked Richarlison with a nice kick and alone with the goalkeeper, but Randolph does well to push him
15 ’- Lanzini goes down into the box and claims a penalty, but is considered to have handled the ball during the preparation phase
10 ’- GOAL! Michael Keane with a nifty spinning motion, goes on Route 1, finds Dominic Calvert-Lewin behind the baseline and a nice finish! 1-0 Blues
6 ‘- I’ve been all Everton so far, passing the ball comfortably Looks like Fabian Delph is the midfielder with Allan playing more forward than normal
Carlo Ancelotti made two changes on his side against Fleetwood Town with James Rodriguez and Allan both in the starting XI, and persists with Lucas Digne alongside Michael Keane No Moise Kean in the squad is confusing, as we understand that Anthony Gordon is sick
The Hammers have a solid lineup too, with Mark Noble in the middle, Declan Rice, Manuel Lanzini, Felipe Anderson, Andrei Yarmolenko and Sebastian Haller also in the side
My personal opinion of Haller vs Digne is that it is not a favorable game for the Blues Allan and Delph both on the east side interesting Noble is going to have a good blow today, and I am with Carlo to have them both to cancel Felipe and Lanzini I expected the Hammers to have a 4-5-1, so I expect to see Doucoure in the second half as well
Everton rise high after a perfect start to the season with five out of five Premier League and Carabao Cup wins Today they host West Ham United at Goodison Park (behind closed doors, always) in the Cup fourth round of the League, with a place in the quarter-finals
Carlo Ancelotti appeared to take no chances against Fleetwood Town last week, naming a team strong enough for the lower league opposition having made it clear that this competition remains important to him and the club
The Hammers, after a poor start to the season and being hit by the coronavirus, overpowered him with an impressive beating from Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend and David Moyes (via Alan Irvine, as he remains isolated for a positive COVID test) will likely name a stronger team for this match
Start date and time: Wednesday, September 30 at 11:45 am PT / 2:45 pm ET / 7:45 pm BST
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TEAM NEWS @MrAncelotti made two changes to their starting XI from the previous round #CarabaoCup, with @jamesdrodriguez and Allan in the #UTT formation lineup
Back in the Cup action tonight, and here’s how we line up! Noble returns⚒ Rice moves into Haller’s defense at the top # EVEWHU picTwittercom / 1Qf5qkUz5W
The Blues last faced the Hammers in January in a 1-1 draw with Dominic Calvert-Lewin scoring the Blues goal Moyes did not have a happy home comeback at Goodison after left the Toffees, and his last stint in October 2019 saw his side succumb to a Bernard Wonderergoal with Gylfi Sigurdsson putting the icing on the cake with a late strike in a 2-0 loss
The last time the two teams played in a cup competition was in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2015, with a necessary recovery that then ended with a marathon penalty shootout that the Hammers ultimately won 9-8 Current Carabao Cup rules don’t dictate reruns or extra time either, with the match going straight to kicks in the event of a full-time draw.
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