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Home / Football / Substitutes Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun help Everton beat Crystal Palace

Substitutes Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun help Everton beat Crystal Palace

Everton claimed a third successive Premier League win, as Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun downed Crystal Palace at the death.

football Updated: Oct 21, 2018 22:57 IST
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Everton's English striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring the opening goal of the English Premier League football match between Everton and Crystal Palace.
Everton's English striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring the opening goal of the English Premier League football match between Everton and Crystal Palace.(AFP)

Marco Silva’s substitutions proved inspired as late goals from Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun helped Everton to a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, who had a Luka Milivojevic penalty saved.

The match appeared to be heading for stalemate after Jordan Pickford denied Milivojevic from 12 yards on the hour, but Everton scored twice in two minutes with the clock winding down to secure a third successive Premier League win.

Everton created several chances in a first half they generally controlled, but Palace went closest when Cheikhou Kouyate hit the frame of the goal with a header.

Palace then saw Milivojevic denied from the spot and Everton took full advantage, as Calvert-Lewin headed them into an 87th-minute lead before Tosun added a second on the break.

Despite their control of the game, Everton did not test Wayne Hennessey in the Palace goal until the 28th minute when Gylfi Sigurdsson met Seamus Coleman’s cut-back and forced a vital save.

The visitors soon enjoyed a promising spell of their own and went close to the breakthrough – Kouyate heading against the crossbar from close range after James Tomkins nodded Andros Townsend’s corner across goal.

Wilfried Zaha won Palace a penalty in the 60th minute when tripped by Coleman, but Milivojevic saw his effort – struck straight down the middle – saved by Pickford’s foot.

Theo Walcott wasted a chance soon after, but his replacement – Ademola Lookman – ultimately set up the opener three minutes from time, producing a fine cross for Calvert-Lewin to head home.

Tosun then put the game beyond Palace two minutes later, racing on to Michael Keane’s long ball and coolly slotting past the helpless Hennessey, moving Everton up to eighth in the Premier League.