Tuesday, September 26, 2023

The Best & The Worst Everton Players Rated From Their Thumping Win Over Southampton

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Subhayan Dutta
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Gueye (7.5/10)– He did his defensive job brilliantly. Time and again Southampton saw their passes intercepted by this man, although his passing looked disoriented at times.

Everton will miss him dearly for the rest of the month and would pray for his early return.

Davies (7.5/10)– He is turning out to be a talented player in the middle. Although his game involved a blend of brilliance and nervousness, he surely looks promising.

Lennon (7/10)– Not the best of his games. He doesn’t retain that charm and pace he used to anyway. But quality can’t be hidden and he showed exactly that. When he has that ball, there’s always a chance.

Barkley (8/10)– Had an impactful game yet again. Unfortunate to see his shot beaten away by Forster early in the game and he continuously provided passes to Mirallas and Lukaku throughout the game.

His performance improved remarkably when Koeman introduced Valencia.

Lukaku (8.5/10)– Worked hard all day and yet another low supply of good chances up front let him roam around frustrated for most of the game.

He deservedly got his goal finally as he scored a blinder across the near post.

Mirallas (7.5/10)– He came up for the injured Calvert-Lewin early in the game and did the job keep the passes ticking in the attacking third.


Valencia (8/10)– Easily the game changer for Everton. His vibrating presence instils an urgency for goals for the Everton forwards.

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