Everton has character and demonstrated it this Monday in the match against Burnley (3-1). Authors of an excellent start to the season, the Toffees were in difficulty at the start of the second half when Mee opened the scoring (53rd). But Rafael Benitez’s players did not panic and, in front of their audience, managed to reverse the scenario of a badly embarked meeting.
In the space of six minutes, they scored three goals by Keane, from the header (60th), by Townsend, with a light strike (65th), and by Gray alone (66th). Abdoulaye Doucouré, already author of two assists, was not far either to weigh down the mark (68th), but signaled in an offside position, the French saw his goal refused.
Whatever, thanks to this success obtained without their striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the partners of Lucas Digne, holder and rather to his advantage on the left side, retain their invincibility since the start of the season. They are also tied on points with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool, the three leaders in the Championship.