Everton's Coleman opens up on euphoric celebration

Doug Mendoza
November 6, 2018

Richarlison continued his fine form for Everton by scoring twice to give them a 3-1 home win over Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday.

He slid towards the Gwladys Street cupping his ears and - as he says - went "a little bit mad" but he has every right to celebrate scoring his first goal back, and he has every right to remind those who claimed he was "finished" that there is life in the old dog yet.

"Of course, one of the things I spoke with him about, it's not just about his quality because I knew what he could give us as a football player, but the other part is important for me as well".

Everton's skipper had not found the net since before a horrific leg break while playing for Republic of Ireland against Wales last March.

"That makes it sound a bit longer".

Silva's side have scored at least two goals in six of their eight games against teams outside the big six and after stumbling in some of their early matches, they have won their last three in that category. We do not think about Chelsea.

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It was our best performance at home this season. "We did well, we deserved the three points", Silva said.

Glenn Murray is their key man, having scored the victor in their last two home games and overall netting six of their 11 goals.

Everton were dominant throughout, with Idrissa Gueye hitting the post prior to Coleman's goal, while Theo Walcott and Gylfi Sigurdsson also passed up great chances, and Marco Silva believes his side are starting to click into gear having won four of their last five league games. Our players performed really well from the first minute.

"I am a person who is very capable of taking it on the chin and knowing when I am not good enough".

"We need to keep the ball better".

The Brazilian forward now has six league goals for Everton after joining from Watford; and his brace at Goodison Park left his side ninth in the table after their fourth win in five matches. Sometimes you have to accept you are up against quality teams. "You have to be perhaps at your best to get something away from home against the likes of these and we weren't".

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