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Sevecke On Team Development & Desire To Improve

Goalscorer reflects on Saturday's defeat to Manchester City.

Rikke Sevecke believes Everton’s spirited performance in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Manchester City is evidence of their development so far this season.   

Sevecke was one of the Toffees’ top performers in the tightly contested clash and drew the Blues level late in the first half with a header.   

City restored their lead early in the second period through Khadija Shaw and held on for the win despite pressure from the home side.   

“I think we played really, really well for big parts of the game and we were unlucky with their goals,” the Dane told evertontv.  

“The last one, we lose the ball and they counter on us, it’s our own mistake. We can do way better than that.  

“I think we have come really far over these past couple of games, we have developed as a team, and I think that’s really important to take forward.

“We’ve had a good performance [against Manchester City], but not good enough, and we can see that with the result.   

"When they went 2-1 up, we felt more free to play, and we need to try and have that throughout the whole game because when we play, we can beat these types of teams, the top teams.”  

Although the 26-year-old admitted there was disappointment at the result, she confirmed that the team are already looking ahead to next week’s League cup fixture away to Sheffield United (kick-off 5pm GMT) as an opportunity to bounce back.   

“It’s an important game, in the cup, we need to bounce back, win this game and get points in the group."

Watch Sevecke's interview in full at the top of this article or by clicking here.

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Sevecke On Team Development & Desire To Improve

Rikke Sevecke believes Everton’s spirited performance in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Manchester City is evidence of their development so far this season.   

Sevecke was one of the Toffees’ top performers in the tightly contested clash and drew the Blues level late in the first half with a header.   

City restored their lead early in the second period through Khadija Shaw and held on for the win despite pressure from the home side.   

“I think we played really, really well for big parts of the game and we were unlucky with their goals,” the Dane told evertontv.  

“The last one, we lose the ball and they counter on us, it’s our own mistake. We can do way better than that.  

“I think we have come really far over these past couple of games, we have developed as a team, and I think that’s really important to take forward.

“We’ve had a good performance [against Manchester City], but not good enough, and we can see that with the result.   

"When they went 2-1 up, we felt more free to play, and we need to try and have that throughout the whole game because when we play, we can beat these types of teams, the top teams.”  

Although the 26-year-old admitted there was disappointment at the result, she confirmed that the team are already looking ahead to next week’s League cup fixture away to Sheffield United (kick-off 5pm GMT) as an opportunity to bounce back.   

“It’s an important game, in the cup, we need to bounce back, win this game and get points in the group."

Watch Sevecke's interview in full at the top of this article or by clicking here.

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WATCH VIDEO 04:03

SORENSEN: COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE SHOWS OUR PROGRESS

Manager Brian Sorensen spoke to evertontv following a narrow 2-1 defeat to Manchester City in the Barclays Women's Super League.