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Premier League: Everton vs Leeds United, Final Score & Match Analysis

The Frank Lampard Lead side took full control in the Premier League fixture of Everton vs Leeds United.

Everton vs Leeds United Premier League
Everton vs Leeds United

Matchweek 25 game of Everton vs Leeds United in the premier league saw Frank Lampard’s men bounce back from their midweek loss to secure all three points and move up on the table.

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Premier League football resumed today, Saturday, February 12, 2022, and Everton vs Leeds United had been one of the star fixtures at 4 pm West African Time. Frank Lampard’s team had suffered a shocking defeat in the hands of Newcastle United in match week 24 with a 1-3 as Newcastle United handed them their first defeat under a new coach.

They had stepped into the game with Leeds United with the focus of securing all three points and staying the relegation water in the premier league afloat. They succeeded in getting all three points as they defeated Bielsa’s men by three goals to nothing.

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Everton bagged all three points at Goodison Park with the scoreline after full time at 3-0. Everton captain Seamus Coleman opened the score sheet at the tenth minute, with Michael Keane doubling the lead in the 23rd-minute corner before Richarlison sealed the information in the 75th minute.

Everton could have scored more than five goals with Alex Iwobi and Richarlison also missing chances that the players could have converted.

Leeds United also had chances to score but with saves from Pickford and lack of accuracy Frank Lampard’s men succeeded in keeping their first clean sheet under the new management.

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Manchester United continued their poor run of form under their interim manager Ralf Rangnick as an in-form Southampton side held them to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. Fans of the Red Devils could not hide their disappointment as they booed off the players full-time.

Brighton also stunned the Roy Hodgon Watford as they were beaten by 2-0 at Vicarage Road as goals from Neil Maupay and Webster secured all three points for the Seagulls.

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