Despite their loss to Brentford at Goodison Park this evening, Everton and Frank Lampard are still safe from the relegation zone in the Premier League standings. The match score was 3-2 in favor of Brentford. The two red cards completely shifted the momentum away from the Toffees, who had been in control of the game. Despite this, the players listed below are the greatest and worst performers in the game, and it is anticipated that Everton will participate in the Premier League again the following year.
Christian Eriksen - Brentford
Once again, the Danish midfielder was fantastic at Goodison Park, where he faced Everton, and he single-handedly dominated the midfield against them. Christian Eriksen was responsible for one assist while also completing 5 vital passes, 5 crosses, 3 long balls, and accurate passes 87.0 percent of the time. Undoubtedly, the two red cards that were sent to Frank Lampard's team impacted their performance. Therefore, Eriksen took advantage of the weakness in their opponent's squad, and he annihilated Everton by being directly responsible for all three of their goals.
Richarlison - Everton
In tonight's match against Brentford, the Brazilian forward was a constant threat to score for his team, and he had a near-perfect performance. Even though Richarlison has struggled to perform well in his most recent games for Everton, he made a vital contribution to the team's success tonight. The Brazilian attacker was responsible for two goals (one goal and one assist), had four shots, made three crucial passes, created two significant scoring opportunities, won three duels, and earned one penalty. Richarlison managed to keep the team's pace up despite receiving two red cards and suffering a loss, notably in the first half.
Mads Bech Sørensen - Brentford
Because of the penalty that the Danish central defender gave up in the first half, the Bees' overall performance was adversely damaged. Everton were playing with just 9 players on the field, thus it stands to reason that Brentford should have made the most of the potential to score more goals during that time. Despite this, Mads Bech Srensen did not contribute in any manner to the improvement of the team's performance. He won 0 ground duels but lost 0 aerial duels, 0 clearances, 0 interceptions, 0 tackles, 0 critical passes, and 0 duels overall.
Séamus Coleman - Everton
Everton was unable to maintain a clean sheet because the Irish right-back scored an own goal against the Bees and was responsible for Everton's failure to keep a clean sheet. In addition, Séamus Coleman did not win any duels and did not make any tackles, interceptions, clearances, or vital passes. It would seem that the Toffees had a hard time claiming all three points, despite the fact that they were given two red cards. Coleman, on the other hand, did not do the structure of 3-4-3 justice since Ivan Toney and Christian Eriksen did not make things simple for him.
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