Premier League: Everton vs Leeds United Player Ratings as Everton thrash Leeds United 3-0 at Goodison Park


Premier League: Everton vs Leeds United Player Ratings as Everton thrash Leeds United 3-0 at Goodison Park

At the end of an end-to-end game at Elland Road, here are our Everton vs Leeds United Player Ratings. 

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Everton started the game with an intent to win and succeeded as well. Seamus Coleman scored the first goal in the 10th minute whereas Keane made it 2-0 in the 23rd minute. Though Leeds United were able to threaten, they could not find the way beyond the shot-stopper. 

In the second half of the game, Leeds United pressed hard to find the equalizer. However, the team failed to do it. Their trick was played against them by Everton as the Merseysiders found the third goal. Everton kept the possession in the final minutes of the game to ensure the cleansheet against the Whites.

Everton vs Leeds United Player Ratings:

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Anthony Gordon was key for his side

Everton

Jordan Pickford(6/10): The English shot-stopper had very less to do in the game against Leeds United. He rushed out of his line whenever he was called into action. 

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Mason Holgate (7.2/10): The central defender made a last man tackle against Leeds United to preserve the lead of his team in the first half. 

Seamus Coleman (7.5/10): Though he was outran by the Leeds attackers, Coleman scored the opener for his side in the tenth minute.  

Michael Keane (8.1/10): The central defender was not only monumental with aerial wins, Keane doubled the lead in the first half of the game. 

Jonjoe Kenny (7/10): Though Kenny did not have much to do against Leeds United, the player kept the attackers at bay with his crucial interceptions. 

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Alexander Iwobi 7.1/10): The player is usually criticized for his headless runs but Iwobi played crucially with his two tackles and dribbles. 

Donny van de Beek (7.1/10): Donny van de Beek made his full debut for Everton against the Elland Road outfit. He played a key role with his pre-assist for the first goal and enjoyed 87% pass rate. 

Allan (6.8/10): Though Allan was caught off position several times, he was a roadblock whenever Leeds moved forward. He had one tackle to his name. 

Anthony Gordan (8.1/10): Anthony Gordon was a menace against Leeds at Goodison Park. He assisted his side for the second goal on Saturday. 

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin (6.5/10):  The forward did not have much to do against Leeds as their defenders gave the crucial lead. However, DCL won several headers for his team.

Richarlison (7.3/10): The Brazilian forward had an unnerving first half against Leeds United. The player failed to carry the ball and was dispossessed thrice. However, in the second half, the player scored the goal to triple the lead. 

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VdB made his full time debut for Everton in PL

Substitutes:

Dele Alli (NA):

Anwar El Ghazi (NA):

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Leeds United

Illan Meslier (6/10): The shot-stopper was unable to defend the goals that were conceded but was able to save the team from embarrassments with his crucial saves. 

Luke Ayling (6.1/10): Though the Whites conceded goals, Luke Ayling was spot on with his five tackles and 73% pass success rate. 

Diego Llorente (6.3/10): The central defender once again saved the graces for his side with his aerial presence as well as tackles. 

Pascal Struijk (5.9/10): Pascal Struijk had an unnerving game against Everton. The player was unable to make any contribution apart from a few successful passes.

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Stuart Dallas (NA) : The player was subbed in the early minutes of the game owing to an injury. 

Robin Koch (6.1/10): Barring a tackle to his name against Everton, Robin Koch had nothing to his name. He had a pass success rate of 73%. 

Raphinha (6.2/10): Due to an improved performance from Everton, Raphinha was kept silent throughout. The manager subbed him at half time to inject pace. 

Rodrigo (6.7/10): If there was any player from Leeds who can be proud of his performance, that would be Rodrigo. He had two shots hitting the post in either halves of the game. 

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Mateusz Klich (5.8/10): Mateusz Klich also had a poor game against the Merseyside outfit. The player was unable to keep up the tempo in the midfield and was subbed at half time. 

Jack Harrison (6.6/10): The playmaker from the left flank, Jack Harrisson was kept silent throughout the game. However, he made four dribbles and had a tackle to his name. 

Daniel James (5.6/10): The former Manchester United player was off-colour against Everton and was charged with a yellow card for the foul. 

Substitutes

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Leo Fuhr Hjelde (6/10): After coming on as a substitute in the early half of the game, Hjelde could not help his side save from an embarrassing defeat.

Adam Forshaw (6/10): Adam Forshaw made his appearance as a substitute at the half time but was unable to make any impact on the game. 

Tyler Adams (6/10): Tyler Adams came on for Leeds at the halftime after the team found it difficult to go past Everton defenders. However, he could not have any impact on the game. 

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