“Everton’s biggest legend”- Fans hail Yerry Mina after his 99th minute equalizer keeps Everton in fight against PL relegation
Yerry Mina scores in the 99th minute of the injury time
Everton equalizes in the last minute of the injury time against Wolves, pic source: twitter
Everton‘s Yerry Mina scores a last-minute equalizer while his side locked horns with Wolves in the Premier League. The match ended 1-1 after the equalizer came in the dying minute of the game. The draw in the 99th minute could provide one vital point for the away side to avoid relegation.
The match started with Julen Lopetegui’s side taking a lead in the first half. South Korean International Hee-Chan Hwang scored in the 34th minute of the game. The South Korean paired up with Adama Traore to take the lead. The winger hits the ball which hits Pickford but returns back to the South Korean. Hee-Chan Hwang made no mistake to take the lead.
The match was deadlocked till the dying minutes of the game. The host already started to celebrate their fifth consecutive victory. But the Toffees turned the table in the injury time. Demarai Gray makes a brilliant cross. Micheal Keane receives the ball to send it inside the six-yard. Colombian defender Yerry Mina made no mistake to convert it into a goal.
The equalizer from Sean Dyche‘s side kept Everton’s hope alive. The toffees are two points clear from getting relegated. Their rivals Leeds United and Leicester need to win their upcoming matches to stay in the Premier League.
Fans react to Everton’s equalizer in the injury minute ending the match in a draw
Everton’s equalizer in the dying minute has brought them some of the most crucial points. Yerry Mina’s 99th-minute goal goes down in the pages of Everton’s history if Everton is saved from relegation. Fans hail Yerry Mina for finishing the last-minute goal to keep the hopes of Everton alive.
One fan went on to comment, ‘Yerry Mina is Everton’s biggest legend’. The goal scored by Yerry Mina brought hope which made one fan say ‘Yes there’s hope’. Another fan commented ‘Barça boy, we miss him’. While the unexpected goal by Yerry Mina is something all football fans one to see, one fan commented ‘Moments that can define a season 🔥’
Everton now stands in the 17th position with 33 points. Their rivals Leeds and Leicester are standing with 31 and 30 points with one game less played than the Toffees. With the defeat of Leeds and Leicester in the upcoming matches, hopes of Everton to save themselves from relegation will increase. Everton will look ahead to win the match against Bournemouth in the upcoming game week.
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