Everton-West Brom: So, the Baggies went from being 1-0 up at Everton with just over 10 minutes of the first half to go, to then being 2-1 down at half time and having left back Keiran Gibbs sent off and manager Slaven Bilic also shown a red card.
Then a few minutes into the second half Matheus Pereira scored a superb equalizer via a long-range free kick.
Bonkers. Everton-West Brom was just chaos.
Let’s break this all down.
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Colombian sensation James Rodriguez made it 2-1 right on half time with a lovely strike from outside the box for his first Everton goal.
James Rodriguez doing what he does best.
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Then a few moments later Kieran Gibbs raised his hands to the face of James and was shown a straight red card. West Brom had hit the self destruct button in a big way.
At half time West Brom boss Slaven Bilic was also sent off for remonstrating with referee Mike Dean as the Baggies imploded.
Pereira then scored a beauty of a free kick to stun Everton and make it 2-2, but soon after Everton were ahead again in a real topsy-turvy game.
Here’s a look at Bilic and Gibbs being sent off, plus Pereira’s amazing goal.