Everton managed their second win under their new manager Sean Dyche, and what grabbed the headlines was of course that special and genuine goal scored by Seamus Coleman.
A structured team performance secured the win and of course with a cemented defense working for each other and bringing the ball forward as simple as you would like it to be.
Sean Dyche knows his game of football and again united with his former players at Burnley, James Tarkowski and Dwight McNeil, both in the starting line-up vs. Leeds.
Looking at the goal scored by Seamus Coleman you start to wonder if that one just came out of the blue, but it looked perfectly timed and we certainly can see that things have turned as fast as no one had expected.
Playing a 4-5-1 simply makes it difficult to break down Everton, who we all know have qaulity in their set up. Frank Lampard had a mover offensive approach, possibly not to eager to see the faults in his set up.
We do believe that Everton will be climbing the table and could be fight for a higher finish than last season and by the end of the season be in a very different position.
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