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Ancelotti Wants Everton Momentum After Dramatic Watford Win

Blues up to ninth following comeback success.

Carlo Ancelotti says Everton’s “fantastic counter attacking” last-minute winning goal at Watford will provide his team with a substantial shot of confidence.

Theo Walcott supplied the finishing touch after Richarlison raced forwards to feed Moise Kean, who helped the ball on for his teammate to complete Everton’s fourth win from seven matches under manager Ancelotti.

The Italian boss has collected 14 points at a rate of two-per-game since taking charge six weeks ago but was staring at the prospect of a blank afternoon when Adam Masina and Roberto Pereyra put Watford two goals in front after 42 minutes.

But defender Yerry Mina pulled Everton level with two goals in three minutes on the stroke of half-time.

And Everton overcame the 71st-minute dismissal of Fabian Delph to bank all three points at the death.

“Football is unpredictable, we had 10 men and a draw would have been a good result but we had the opportunity of a counter attack – and it was a fantastic counter attack to win the match,” said Ancelotti.

“The spirit of the team was really good and we had fantastic support from our fans.

“We are really happy for them. To win this type of game away from home is really important for our confidence and the happiness of our supporters.

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01:59 Sat 01 Feb 2020

TWO-MINUTE HIGHLIGHTS: WATFORD V EVERTON

Goals from thrilling 3-2 win at Vicarage Road.


“We had to stay focussed and defend well when we went down to 10 men – but there was still a possibility to do something.

“We can play better, of course, but the spirit was good and it was an important win.”

Centre-back Mina scored his second Everton goal on 45 minutes when he toed over the line following Lucas Digne’s right-wing corner.

And the Colombian duly summoned goal number three of his Blues’ career with a header powered past Ben Foster to send Everton into the break all-square.

Watford had opened up a two-goal lead through well-taken strikes from left-back Masina and Pereyra, the Argentine winger.

But Walcott turned the game completely on its head when he swept in from 10 yards to spark pandemonium among Everton’s players, boss Ancelotti and his staff and the travelling Evertonians.

The Blues climb three places to ninth, two points behind fifth-placed Sheffield United, and welcome Crystal Palace to Goodison Park next Saturday.

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02:01 Sat 01 Feb 2020

WALCOTT: BLUES' TEAM SPIRIT INSPIRED WATFORD WIN

Matchwinner on memorable comeback success.


“We played much better in the second half – we stayed concentrated after the red card and used the opportunity we had,” added Ancelotti.

“This shows the spirit of the team was good. We lost a lot of second balls in the first half, the spirit was totally different in the second half.

 “Theo did very well for the goal, now he has to stay focussed and improve.

“It is the same for the team, we have to improve and be confident.

“This squad has good quality – and with good spirit we can have good results.

“We are recovering important players – we hope to have Andre Gomes back soon – and will try to do something good on the pitch this season.”

03:17

Ancelotti Wants Everton Momentum After Dramatic Watford Win

Carlo Ancelotti says Everton’s “fantastic counter attacking” last-minute winning goal at Watford will provide his team with a substantial shot of confidence.

Theo Walcott supplied the finishing touch after Richarlison raced forwards to feed Moise Kean, who helped the ball on for his teammate to complete Everton’s fourth win from seven matches under manager Ancelotti.

The Italian boss has collected 14 points at a rate of two-per-game since taking charge six weeks ago but was staring at the prospect of a blank afternoon when Adam Masina and Roberto Pereyra put Watford two goals in front after 42 minutes.

But defender Yerry Mina pulled Everton level with two goals in three minutes on the stroke of half-time.

And Everton overcame the 71st-minute dismissal of Fabian Delph to bank all three points at the death.

“Football is unpredictable, we had 10 men and a draw would have been a good result but we had the opportunity of a counter attack – and it was a fantastic counter attack to win the match,” said Ancelotti.

“The spirit of the team was really good and we had fantastic support from our fans.

“We are really happy for them. To win this type of game away from home is really important for our confidence and the happiness of our supporters.

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01:59 Sat 01 Feb 2020

TWO-MINUTE HIGHLIGHTS: WATFORD V EVERTON

Goals from thrilling 3-2 win at Vicarage Road.


“We had to stay focussed and defend well when we went down to 10 men – but there was still a possibility to do something.

“We can play better, of course, but the spirit was good and it was an important win.”

Centre-back Mina scored his second Everton goal on 45 minutes when he toed over the line following Lucas Digne’s right-wing corner.

And the Colombian duly summoned goal number three of his Blues’ career with a header powered past Ben Foster to send Everton into the break all-square.

Watford had opened up a two-goal lead through well-taken strikes from left-back Masina and Pereyra, the Argentine winger.

But Walcott turned the game completely on its head when he swept in from 10 yards to spark pandemonium among Everton’s players, boss Ancelotti and his staff and the travelling Evertonians.

The Blues climb three places to ninth, two points behind fifth-placed Sheffield United, and welcome Crystal Palace to Goodison Park next Saturday.

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02:01 Sat 01 Feb 2020

WALCOTT: BLUES' TEAM SPIRIT INSPIRED WATFORD WIN

Matchwinner on memorable comeback success.


“We played much better in the second half – we stayed concentrated after the red card and used the opportunity we had,” added Ancelotti.

“This shows the spirit of the team was good. We lost a lot of second balls in the first half, the spirit was totally different in the second half.

 “Theo did very well for the goal, now he has to stay focussed and improve.

“It is the same for the team, we have to improve and be confident.

“This squad has good quality – and with good spirit we can have good results.

“We are recovering important players – we hope to have Andre Gomes back soon – and will try to do something good on the pitch this season.”