Today's match between Everton and Southampton was tough and termed as a derby. Everton received a beat of two goals from the opponent. Romeu of Southampton picked up a sweet pass and fired it from a distance towards the right side of the goal. But at 28 minutes Jordan pickford was alert by making a decent save.
Southampton scored a goal at 28 minute where Danny produced a great pass that finds James Ward prowsed inside the penalty area. He later took advantage of the situation and and rifled a shot into the left side of the goal.
Also at the 35 minute Danny played the ball to Che Adams of Southampton who deflected a shot from inside the box which goes past the helpless Jordan pickford. This was a second goal. Everton suffered a big blow.
At the same time the goal was ruled out at 41 minute it was a offside. Lucas of Everton made a horror tackle on his opponent and received a red card from the referee.
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