Premier League: Newcastle United vs Everton Player Ratings as the visitors lost 3 points against Newcastle

Newcastle United Vs Everton

Newcastle United Vs Everton: Newcastle United squared off against Everton at St James’ Park in the ongoing edition of the Premier League on Matchday 24.

Newcastle secures 3 points by showing some late drama after second half by 3-1 win against Everton, As both teams pair assist each other’s own goal, firstly by a free-kick by Holgate got blocked then ricochets off a Jamaal Lascelles and then within two minutes Lascelles goes upfield and smashes the bar with a header and the ball rebounds off of Holgate and into the net. Later Ryan Fraser scores a leading goal for Newcastle which was fastly carried by Saint-Maximin and Keane which takes Newcastle fans into a victory mood and then Trippier scores an amazing free-kick into the right low and erupts a joy at St James Park.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for  Newcastle United vs Everton match:-

Newcastle United vs Everton Player Ratings

Newcastle United

Martin Dúbravka (7/10): The Slovak goalkeeper was busier of the two goalkeepers as he had to make some excellent and important saves. His ball distribution was also really good.

Matt Target  (6.7/10): The English left-back was solid in the defence line making some good tackles and stops. His ball distribution was also very good.

Jamaal Lascelles (6.4/10): The English center-back led the very well from the back making some good stops and challenges but was unlucky who scores an own goal and also he became a zero to hero within some minutes by putting his head to meet corner it hits the crossbar and crashes into the back of Mason Holgate and it falls on Everton net which equalizes the score..

Paul Dummett (6.2/10): The left-back did face some difficulties facing Rafinha but he dealt with everything well.

Kieran Trippier (6.4/10): The right-back played some good passes and also carried the ball well. On the 79th minute Trippier steps up to the set-piece over 20 yards out and absolutely delivers a beauty over the wall in the low near the right post and seals it for Newcastle and St James Park erupts with joy.

Jonjo Shelvey (7.5/10): The English midfielder was superb in the midfield holding on to the ball well and maintaining the tempo of the match.

Joelinton (5/10): The midfielder played some really good minutes carrying the ball well, but he had to be subbed off late in the 1st half due to an injury.

Joe Willock (6.4/10): The young midfielder had a really good performance tonight as he was always looking to create something. His passing was also very good.

Chris Wood (6.3/10): The striker had a decent performance tonight running at the defenders and trying to create pressure. He also had a couple of shots at the goal as well.

Allan Saint-Maximin (6.7/10): The 24-year-old winger always looked dangerous when he was on the ball, running at the defenders and trying to create something.

Ryan Fraser (6.3/10): The Scottish winger had a decent performance as well playing some good passes and scoring a tiebreaker which was carried Saint-Maximin and Keane’s glancing header which carries faster to Ryan Fraser to score and take the lead.

Substitutes:

Jacob Murphy (4.0/10): (N/A)

Javier Manquillo (5.5/10): He was really subbed late so his performance didn’t affect or made a drastic change in the game.

Bruno Guimaraes (4.0/10) : (N/A)

Everton

Jordan Pickford (GK) (7.5/10): Pickford made some fine stops throughout the whole game but had to face some goals in the second half also he tried to save many shots and he was successful too.

Micheal Keane (7/10: Keane was decent with the passing and made promising runs in behind which were a constant threat to Norwich.Was unfortunate in the first goal and conceded the own goal.

Yerry Mina (8/10): Yerry Mina gave a good start with defence early but an unlucky youngster faces an injury at the quarter of the first half and was subbed on 35th minute.

Mason Holgate (7.5/10): Holgate was ever solid at the back and neutralized Newcastle’s attack with elegance but also unlucky as Jamaal for scoring an own goal as pair with Newcastle’s  Defender also picks up a yellow card in the first 15 minutes of the game for stabbing his foot on Ryan Faser.

Seamus Coleman (7.5/10): Coleman looked sharp from the start and remained calm and composed and made attacking chances which troubled Brentford. His presence helped Everton remain undeterred.

Andre Gomes (7.5/10): Gomes was solid in defending as well as in attacking. Made a few important interceptions which helped retrieve possession and was tidy in passing and after a minute of second-half he received a yellow card for a tug on Saint-Maximin

Andros  Townsend  (7/10): Doucoure was quiet and made little effort in the press. His touches were poor and could have been better. His shots were also off target.

Allan (7.5/10): Allan was tidy in possession and made important runs which were important and tidy. Though he committed some silly fouls and one of his fouls really became a disadvantage for Everton as he fouled on Ryan so Trippier gets a free-kick and he scored just quickly so it was really beneficial for Newcastle.

Anthony Gordon (7.5/10): Gordon was playing well and was rotating possession really well. Tackled cleanly and made a few important interventions and his over-the-top balls were a constant menace to the Norwich defence.

Richarlison (9/10): Richarlison was impactful today with his smart positioning and clever passes which troubled the slow legs of the Norwich defence. Scored a glorious scissor kick but was not enough.

Demarai Gray (7/10): Gray was making runs in behind the defenders but could not contribute significantly to the game. He would was also injured really early in the game and subbed off with Dele Ali on 25th minute.

Substitutions :

Dele Ali (7/10): Deli Ali had a rather good game today with this amazing passing. Looked bright in some moments but was unsuccessful to score for his team.

Jarrad Braithwaite (6.8):  He was a fresh leg sub in the early game as he was a replacement for Yerry Mina and he defended really well till last.

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