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WOLVES 2-2 EVERTON: THE STATS
RICHY AT THE DOUBLE
WOLVES 2-2 EVERTON
FT: The spoils are shared at Molineux with a point that perhaps both managers will be happy with in the cold light of day. Having regained the lead with 10 men, Everton will be disappointed not to have held on, while Wolves could have done more after playing more than 45 minutes with an extra player.
90: Four minutes added on....
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86: SUB! Richarlison is injured! Not the ideal end to a day which was going so well for him. He's ok to hobble off, but that's one to look at for the Fantasy Football players among you... Anyway. Digne is on.
B'MOUTH 2-0 CARDIFF: THE STATS
GOAL! WOLVES 2-2 EVERTON (Jimenez, 80)
Wolves level with a rare brilliant delivery being turned in by Jimenez at the far post! Neves, on the left, curls it into the middle on his right and Jimenez, who has peeled off Keane, nods in on his debut. Harsh on Everton, but Wolves are level against the 10 men.
WOLVES 1-2 EVERTON
77: BLOCK! Wolves find Doherty in space down the right, and from his best delivery of the day Jimenez acrobatically hooks it goalwards but has Keane for company, and the big defender gets himself in the way.
FULHAM 0-2 PALACE: THE STATS
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WATFORD 2-0 BRIGHTON: THE STATS
GOAL! WOLVES 1-2 EVERTON (Richarlison, 67)
It's that man again....
Everton work it inside from a throw-in, Tosun lays off for Richarlison to run into the box from the left, and he bends the ball around Coady and into the far corner beyond Patricio. The 10 men lead again at Molineux!
HUDDS 0-3 CHELSEA: THE STATS
WOLVES 1-1 EVERTON
59: CHANCE!Tosun receives the ball in a bit of space just outside the box and with Walcott making a run ahead of him, goes for the far corner but finds Patricio equal to it. It was a comfortable height for the goalkeeper.
CHANCE! From end-to-end here! Bennett picks out Jimenez in behind Keane, who is never winning that race, and he runs through before Pickford claws his shot away, and by away I mean a good 25 yards clear. Good save from the England stopper.
WATCH: JOKANOVIC POST-MATCH
And it was also a tough welcome back to the Premier League for Fulham. Hear from Jokanovic in the video below.
48: Already Wolves are looking a more offensive prospect than they did before the break, and looking to make their man advantage count. It could be a long half for Everton.
WATCH: WARNOCK POST-MATCH
Not the start Warnock would have hoped for. Hear from the Cardiff boss after their 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth.
46: KICK-OFF! Wolves get us started for the second half.
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HT: Well you wouldn't call that the most exciting half of football, but it was bobbling along nicely even before Richarlison put Everton ahead with the first shot on target of the afternoon.
But with the Toffees in full control, a red card out of nowhere from Jagielka just before the break changed everything - just as Ruben Neves' equalising goal from a free-kick did moments after.
Honours even at the break, and an interesting second-half on the horizon. Although will Everton try to ground out a point?
WELL I NEVES
GOAL! WOLVES 1-1 EVERTON (Neves, 44)
From barely outside the area, 22 yards at most, Neves steps up and thumps the ball into the back of the net. It's not quite in the far corner, and Pickford would save it if his starting position was better, but it's a great strike from the midfielder.
WOLVES 0-1 EVERTON
40: JAGIELKA SENT OFF!
He receives a simple ball across from Keane, miss-controls it and Jota looks to pounce. Jagielka is desperate to make amends with the Wolves man clean through if he gets there first, and he slides in but catches him - did he get the man or the ball first?
Craig Pawson knows what he thinks, and the red card is out! Everton, so comfortable so far, are down to 10.
36: HALF A CHANCE! Wolves finally manage a proper foray into the Everton box, as Jimenez makes the most of a throw-in down the right, turning inside and out of Schneiderlin but narrowing his own angle and smashing it into the side-netting.
WATCH: HODGSON POST-MATCH
A very good afternoon for Palace. Here's Hodgson reflecting on their 2-0 win at Fulham.
29: Everton have been very good at snuffing out Wolves attacks so far. Costa is the latest to be tackled in midfield, as he wrestles past Gueye but Schneiderlin intercepts.
WATCH: GRACIA POST-MATCH
A comfortable win for Watford at home to Brighton. Hear from Javi Gracia below.
CHARLIE: HUGHTON WILL BE FURIOUS
“It was as comfortable as you can get. Watford were
impressive without being outstanding. The first goal was an absolute beauty,
the technique was lovely, and the second was a good finish too.
“This was as poor as I’ve seen Brighton defensively. Hughton
will be furious at the lack of togetherness.”
WATCH: HUGHTON POST-MATCH
A disappointing defeat for Brighton, who failed to register a shot on target all match. Hear from manager Hughton below.
MERSON ON BOURNEMOUTH'S WIN
“Cardiff needed a little more guile about them. When Arter
gets in the team they will have more about them. There wasn’t a lot in the
game, but Bournemouth have been in the Premier League for four years and they
just have the better quality of players.
“Wilson and King were lively. There are a lot Bournemouth
players who would walk into the Cardiff team, but it was in the balance all the
way until Wilson got the second late on. Wilson is a confidence player, and
that goal will be a massive boost for him.”
GOAL! WOLVES 0-1 EVERTON (Richarlison, 17)
There's the first sign of the £40m man!
Baines delivers the free-kick from wide on the left, it doesn't get any strong connection from anyone in the middle and falls for Richarlison who's in the middle of the malaise, and he pokes beyond Rui Patricio from six yards. A monkey off the back for the Brazilian already!
WATCH: WAGNER POST-MATCH
And here's Wagner reflecting on an opening-day defeat for Huddersfield.
WOLVES 0-0 EVERTON
11: SAVE! The first sight of goal is Everton's, when Coleman picks up a one-two with Walcott, skips inside of Jonny but has to shoot on his left, and directs it straight at Patricio from 12 yards.
WATCH: SARRI POST-MATCH
A satisfying opening win for Sarri up in Huddersfield. Hear from the Chelsea boss below.
THOMMO REFLECTS ON PALACE WIN
“Fulham didn’t do badly. They were the better team in the
first half, but Hennessey had an outstanding game – making crucial saves at
“Palace are now settled under Hodgson, and he kept with the
same side that we saw last season. Zaha could have done better, although he
scored a good goal.
“They managed the game far better than Fulham, and were
stronger in the second half. It’s no disgrace for Fulham, but they do have to
WATCH: HOWE POST-MATCH
First game. Three points in the bag. Hear from a happy Eddie Howe after Bournemouth's 2-0 win against Cardiff.
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