Everton player ratings such as James Rodriguez’s brilliance but Three Bad Men against Crystal Palace

Everton player ratings such as James Rodriguez’s brilliance but Three Bad Men against Crystal Palace

Robin Olsen – 7

A good pause from Eberechi Eze was the main result of his efforts in the first half but he saved several saves in the second to keep Everton ahead. He couldn’t do anything about a late draw and failed in front of him.

Seamus Coleman – 8

Years rolled. This was like watching 25-year-old Seamus Coleman all over again. He advanced as much as possible but didn’t evade the defensive duties against Wilfred Zaha either. I designed a good shot of Richarlison with some great footwork. alternative.

Michael Kane – 7

How did he not participate in the previous England squad? Quiet captain for that back line from Everton and looking forward to where he can.

Jerry Mina – 7

He looked comfortable in the center of three defenders and performed well to get one ball out of play with Wilfried Zaha on the back. A loud presence in the middle and made an important diving challenge in the second term. Reservation.

Mason Holgate – 6

The early intervention of the doors was followed by another clever block from Christian Benteke later in the first half. Concentration levels seemed to improve a lot after a period of inconsistent form.

Lucas Denny – 7

They didn’t get the same levels of space as Seamus Coleman as Crystal Palace did their homework. But when he finally got involved in the second half, he helped create the goal for James Rodriguez with clever interaction and movement.

Tom Davies – 6

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I keep it neat and tidy but it can be a bit more subtle to distribute it at times. He kept showing for the ball but was pushed back when Crystal Palace chased a goal. She remained active, committed and brave.

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Andre Gomez – 5

Poor decision-making when Everton had a clear chance of counterattacks, which meant a high chance did not achieve anything. For a player with his quality, there were a lot of dirty moments. Injured and surrendered to Gilfi Sigurdsson after 30 minutes.

James Rodriguez – 8

Nutmegged Wilfried Zaha three minutes after his return and was a distinctly eye-catcher in possession. When Everton needed something more, they climbed with a finishing touch that showed their eternal class. Very important to this team when he is in his fitness.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 5

He squandered the kind of opportunity you’d expect a striker with 19 goals to score when he was 1-0 with Vicente Guaita and had a day off overall. He should get better between now and the end of the season.

Richarlison – 5

He missed three big chances to put Everton ahead. Header from a cross from Seamus Coleman was forgiveness but the later double chance was bread and butter. Vicente Guetta stopped a spectacular pause, depriving him in the second half. Another day we could have had five.


Gilfi Sigurdsson (on Gomez, 30) – 6

He seemed to be participating – playing near Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin – but his touches disappointed him at times. He kept the mission though and deserves to start the next match.

Ben Godfrey (for Coleman, 75) – 6

She unsuccessfully tried to block Michi Batshuayi from scoring but the ball missed the slip challenge.

Jean-Philippe Gebamin (for Rodriguez, 79) – 6

597 days after his previous appearance, Gebamin is back. But an amazing moment for him and his family soured due to a late draw.

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