Everton played Crystal Palace at Goodison Park in a match that will determine whether or not Everton will remain in the English Premier League. Crystal Palace, on the other hand, was just hoping to end the season on a high note. The match will determine which team will remain in the English Premier League.
The match got underway, and in the second minute, there was a confrontation between Wilfred Zaha and Gordon, during which Zaha handled Gordon by grasping his neck, but the referee gave both players a last warning before breaking up the fight.
Crystal Palace took the lead for the first time in the 21st minute of the game when Jean Mateta scored his team's first goal of the contest.
In the 36th minute, Jordan Ayew pounced on a rebound with lightning speed and scored to bring the score to 0-2.
Everton got on the board in the 55th minute thanks to a goal from Michael Keane, bringing the score to 1–2.
In the 76th minute, Richarlison scored on a rebound to tie the game at two goals each.
Theodore Dominic Calvert The match was decided in the 85th minute when Lewin scored the game-winning goal for Everton, making the final score 3–2.
See the current standings for the league down below.
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