- Richarlison nets 4th PL goal
- Kabasele nabs first
- Niasse pulls one back
- Everton first win since Sept. 23
Leighton Baines converted a stoppage time penalty to complete a big comeback for a 3-2 win over Watford at Goodison Park after a thrilling five-goal second half on Sunday.
Ex-Toffee midfielder Tom Cleverley missed a 101st minute penalty during 12 minutes of stoppage time.
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The Hornets got second half goals from Richarlison and Christian Kabasele, but drop 10th.
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Richarlison worked around Jordan Pickford but couldn’t maneuver his shot inside the gaping frame, letting Everton off the hook in the first half’s best chance.
The Brazilian had a similar chance to start the second half, and buried it.
Kabasele made it 2-0 when he got past Phil Jagielka to head home, but Niasse struck within three minutes to bring the Everton deficit back to one. Calvert-Lewin then supplied this equalizer:
Then Jose Holebas, who infamously won a late goal against Liverpool, took down Aaron Lennon in the box to set up a huge chance for Everton. Baines buried it.
The Toffees held on through 12 minutes stoppage to ice the huge win.
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