Premier League / Scored three goals in ten minutes, Everton counterattacked Burnley at home
Everton, currently ranked fourth in the Premier League, overcame the pressure from the post-match period and relied on three players to score 3 goals within ten minutes and successfully reversed the Burnley club at the end of the match by 3:1.
Both sides failed to send the ball 45 minutes before the match, but in 53 minutes of the second half, the Burnley player got a free kick from the front court. Although the first wave of goals was cleared by Everton’s defense, Jóhann Guðmundsson had the ball. After the right, the ball was pushed back into the penalty area. Teammate Ben Mee successfully smashed the Everton gate with a header and got a 1-0 lead.
But Everton's counterattack was very fast. In the 60th minute of the game, defender Michael Keane received a pass from Andros Townsend from the right and returned the color with a header. The offensive is not over yet.
Five minutes later, Townsend played a beautiful world wave outside the arc of the penalty area. This cold arrow made the Burnley defender unable to react. The goalkeeper failed to pounce and the ball scored from the top left corner. This goal was also played by Townsend for Everton The first goal scored in the league.
Only 1 minute after the goal, Everton intercepted the opponent's pass in the backcourt and launched a quick counterattack. Abdoulaye Doucoure made a wonderful pass, allowing Demarai Gray in the middle to easily break through the away team's defense and score the third goal.
Rafael Benítez, Everton's new coach this year, is the only coach to hold the Champions League, the European Super Cup, the European League, and the Club World Cup. He said before the game that his prospects at home at Goodison Park are promising, and the team did not disappoint him.
But he still said jokingly: "You can see players want to react and change things when they fall behind. I hope we will score first next time, so it will be easier for my health.”