Newcastle United Tumbang, Everton Out Of The Relegation Zone
Everton players celebrate the game against Newcastle United. (Twiter @Everton)

Everton left the relegation zone after beating Newcastle United 3-0 in the Premier League Inggrs match at Goodison Park Stadium, Friday, December 8 in the morning WIB.

Everton showed they didn't deserve to be in the relegation zone. However, this Liverpool-based club was forced to go down the rankings and enter the red zone because it was sanctioned for financial fair play violations.

The sanctions given were a 10-point reduction which made Everton's position immediately free-fall by being stranded in the relegation zone.

But Everton slowly got up. After being beaten by Mancester United 3-0, they beat Nottingham Forest 1-0 and now destroyed Newcastle three goals without reply.

Impressive victory because Newcastle is the top team. Even in the last match Newcastle successfully beat MU 1-0 at St James' Park.

It's just that when visiting Everton's headquarters, The Magpies failed to repeat their success and were helpless.

This is clearly a bad capital for Newcastle because two days later or Sunday, December 10 evening WIB, they returned to play at home against Tottenham Hotspur.

Bad results in the match against The Toffees made Newcastle fail to shift MU. Mreka remains in seventh place with 26.

Newcastle are still one point adrift of Manchester United who are in sixth place after a 2-1 win over Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Everton managed to get out of the relegation zone. Everton moved up to 17th with 10 points. Only Sean Dyche's team remains vigilant because they have one strip above Luton Town, the relegation zone team.

In a duel at home, Everton had difficulties against Newcastle. Their attacking game could not penetrate The Toon Army's defense.

Likewise, Newcastle has difficulty breaking down Everton's strong defense. Despite the superior possession of the ball which reached 64%, Newcastle could not break into the host's goal.

The best chance was won by Newcastle midfielder Miguel Almiron when he got the ball in the 17th minute. In fact, he should have scored.

But Almiron's shot into the net was well saved by England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

Next, it was Alexander Isak's turn to almost break into Everton's goal. However, he still failed to convert the opportunity into a goal.

Meanwhile, Everton, who are under pressure, can still seize two chances through Dominic Calvert-Lewin. But those two chances failed to be turned into goals. The 0-0 score lasted until the end of the first half.

Entering the second half, Everton tried to get up to get out of the pressure. Their efforts gave a little more results even though they could not break into the opponent's goal.

Newcastle's situation is the same, hoping to win at home to the opponent. But Everton refused to give up and their patience finally paid off.

The blunder by Kieranback Trippier when he controlled the ball in the second half of the second half was put to good use by Everton. Trippier was successfully tackled and the ball was snatched bymal McNeil.

He then brought the ball into the penalty area and then fired an unreachable shot by goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.

McNeil's goal, which was created in 79 minutes, actually raised the spirit of Everton players. They were immediately excited to press the visitors' defense.

Not long ago or to be precise in the 86th minute, McNeil provided a well-resolved assist by Abdoulaye Doucoure.

The score is 2-0 and Everton can breathe a sigh of relief because they have the opportunity to win the match.

Moreover, when they entered injury time, they began to strengthen their defense. Because Newcastle remains superior in the ball process.

However, the effectiveness of Everton's game did not make it difficult for them to maintain their advantage. Even Everton solidified their lead after Beto broke into the opponent's goal in the 90+6 minute.

Only the referee had time to review the goal through VAR. From the results of the review, the goal was clean and the referee approved it. Score 3-0 to Everton and until the end of the match.


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