Everton vs West Ham live score and goal updates – latest – Daily News

Everton vs West Ham live score and goal updates – latest – Daily News


 West Ham are on course for their first points of the season.  Andriy Yarmolenko tucked home a Marko Arnautovic square ball in the 13th minute before doubling his side’s advantage with a stunning curled finish on the half-hour mark  Gylfi Sigurdsson reduced the deficit before the break for Everton, but Arnautovic got in on the act himself on the hour mark to make it 3-1  West Ham, and new boss Manuel Pellegrini, had endured a horror start to the season after losing to Liverpool, Bournemouth, Arsenal and Wolves in a pointless beginning  Everon were still unbeaten heading into the fixture, with victories over Southampton supplemented by draws with Wolves, Bournemouth and Huddersfield  We’ll deliver all the latest action as the drama unfolds, right here. TEAMS  Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Holgate, Zouma, Digne, Gueye, Schneiderlin, Walcott, Sigurdsson, Calvert-Lewin, Tosun  Subs: Stekelenburg, Baines, Bernard, Davies, Dowell, Lookman, Niasse  West Ham: Fabianski, Zabaleta, Balbuena, Diop, Masuake, Rice, Obiang, Noble, Yarmolenko, Anderson, Arnautovic  Subs: Adrian, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Sanchez, Snodgrass, Antonio, Lucas17:3173 minsminute by minute Holgate looks to play the ball down the right for Walcott, but it’s a lazy, weak and misguided pass which is intercepted easily by the West Ham midfield who take the ball straight down the other way and win a throw-in close to Pickford’s goal 17:2971 minsminute by minute Carlos Sanchez is introduced to add some solidity to the midfield Mark Noble makes way for him.17:2769 minsminute by minute Cenk Tosun is done for the day, with Marco Silva looking to influence the game by introducing Oumar Niasse 17:2466 minsminute by minute Calvert-Lewin gets inside the West Ham penalty area but he is unable to work some space in which to fashion a shot He is dispossessed by one of the many surrounding defenders, but the ball falls to Tosun who turns and fires well-wide of the goal 17:2264 minsminute by minute Manuel Pellegrini’s worst fears are realised as he is forced to remove Marko Arnautovic from the action – choosing Michail Antonio has his replacement 17:2163 minsminute by minute Play is stopped as Arnautovic is down receiving treatment on his right leg only moments after putting his side up 3-1 Pellegrini can’t afford to lose his most influential player – regardless of the score 17:2061 minsminute by minute Pedro Obiang has been lovely in his interchanges all match – and he gets an assist for his efforts 17:2761 minsminute by minute ARNAUTOVIC RESTORES WEST HAM’S TWO-GOAL LEAD! Mark Arnautovic plays a pass to Obiang at the top of the penalty area and the midfielder puts a wonderful return through the heart of the defence where Arnautovic latches on and slips it past Pickford! 3-1 West Ham!17:1760 minsSTATSOverall Possession RatioPossession17:1759 minsminute by minute Masuaku and Anderson interchange beautifully which gets the left-back free before putting a cross to the far post for Yarmolenko Somewhat dangerously, Digne stoops low and uses his chest to play the ball back to Pickford who grabs with both hands despite pressure from the West Ham forward 17:1557 minsminute by minute Sigurdsson takes a dangerous corner to Calvert-Lewin but Diop defends well The ball falls to Digne who has a crack on the volley but it pings around in the penalty area off of a couple West Ham defenders before being sent far down the pitch 17:1517:1455 minsminute by minute Everton feel they should be given a penalty after Obiang’s shove in the penalty area sends Sigurdsson to the floor has he chases a Bernard cross The referee disagrees and instructs play to continue.17:1153 minsminute by minute Now it’s Zabaleta who takes down Bernard after the diminutive Brazil attacker gets by the full-back with a nifty touch The free-kick is centred to Gueye who plays a ball in for Digne – the left-back miscuing his touch as Yarmolenko ducks out of the way 17:0951 minsminute by minute Andriy Yarmolenko is shown a yellow card after tugging Bernard down by holding his jersey, and having a nibble at the back of his ankle A deserved booking.17:0851 minsminute by minute Anderson dances around two Everton defenders in the penalty area and slips a pass through to Obiang who turns and fires quickly – missing the target entirely 17:0750 minsminute by minute Arnautovic falls to the floor after seemingly taking Holgate’s elbow to his face Felipe Anderson takes the free-kick on the left short and the ball is returned to the West Ham defence where they will build up again 17:0748 minsminute by minute Everton don’t stop play despite Walcott going down at the top of the penalty area Masuaku comes across to boot the ball out for a throw which allows the former Arsenal winger the time to climb to his feet and begin jogging gingerly Hopefully, he shakes off the knock relatively soon as Everton only have two substitutions remaining 17:0346 minsminute by minute West Ham get the second half started!16:51 To be honest, West Ham haven’t been incredible either despite their lead Yarmolenko has popped up with the goods twice, but was a relative non-factor otherwise Balbuena has looked extremely secure at centre-back, and Mark Noble has been his typical workhorse self – winning possession and distributing it to Yarmolenko for the second goal 16:51 The home side have looked very poor in the first half despite a promising start Going down 1-0 early surely did not help their cause and Yarmolenko’s second – a wonderful curled effort – caused even more confusion amongst the home ranks Walcott and Digne have been Everton’s brightest performers in the first half – though that isn’t saying much However, Sigurdsson finally made his mark with a wonderfully taken header just before the half-time whistle, which keeps Everton in this match despite the lack of attacking thrust 16:5145+2 minsminute by minute HALF TIME: EVERTON 1-2 WEST HAM.16:4945+2 minsminute by minute The cross from Kenny is absolutely inch-perfect – deserving of Sigurdsson’s great finish 16:4845+2 minsminute by minute SIGURDSSON STEALS ONE BEFORE THE BREAK! It’s a simple move as Everton shift the ball from left to right before Jonjoe Kenny puts in a wonderful cross which meets the head of Gylfi Sigurdsson who beats the former Swansea goalkeeper with wonderful accuracy! 2-1!16:4716:4645 minsminute by minute The referee indicates an additional two minutes at the end of the first half 16:4643 minsminute by minute Bernard seems to be warming up on the touchline which seems strange considering there is only five minutes left in the first half Could he really be thinking about making a tactical change inside the first 45?16:4545 minsSTATSOverall Possession RatioPossession17:0244 minsminute by minute Interesting decision from Marco Silva who makes a first-half substitution, taking Morgan Schneiderlin off and putting Bernard on the pitch It’s not apparent whether the change is enforced due to injury, or tactical – but Everton certainly need all the help they can get in attack 16:4241 minsminute by minute Sigurdsson takes the free-kick low and towards goal with a sneaky strike but Fabianski stoops to his knees and makes the save

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