Premier League: Wolverhampton Wanderers beats Everton 2-1

WOLVERHAMPTON. Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Everton to win 2-1.

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WOLVERHAMPTON. Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Everton to win 2-1. It was Wolverhampton Wanderers to strike first with a goal of M. Kilman at the 28′. Then R. Jimenez scored again for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 32′ minute with a goal. Eventually, A. Iwobi reduced the distance for Everton with a goal. However, that was it, and the result remained 2-1.​ Wolverhampton Wanderers was vastly superior ball possession (62%) was among the key factors of its victory.​

The match was held at the Molineux Stadium Stadium in Wolverhampton on Monday and this began at 8:00 pm local time. The referee was Martin Atkinson who was helped by Lee Betts and Richard West. The 4th official was Andre Marriner. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold around 4.9 degrees Celsius or 40.73 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 89%.​

Match Statistics

Wolverhampton Wanderers was in firm control of the ball 62% while Everton was struggling with a 38% ball possession.

Wolverhampton Wanderers was more aggressive with 48 dangerous attacks and 10 shots of which 4 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Wolverhampton Wanderers won the contest.

Wolverhampton Wanderers shot 10 times, 4 on target, 6 off target. On the opposite side, Everton shot 14 times, 5 on target, 9 off target.

Cards

Wolverhampton Wanderers received 1 yellow card (R. Ait Nouri). On the other side, Everton received 1 yellow card (S. Coleman).

After this match, Wolverhampton Wanderers will have 16 points like Brighton & Hove Albion to stay in the 7th place. On the other side, Everton will stay with 14 points like Leicester City to stay in the 10th place.

Match Events

  • 15'
    15'

    H. Hwang (Goal Disallowed)

  • 28'
    28'

    M. Kilman

    R. Ait Nouri

  • 32'
    32'

    R. Jimenez

  • 46'
    46'

    F. Delph

    J. Gbamin

  • 66'
    66'

    A. Iwobi

  • 78'
    78'

    A. Gordon

    A. Iwobi

  • 79'
    79'

    D. Podence

    Trincao

  • 90'
    90'

    L. Dendoncker

    R. Jimenez

  • 90'
    90'

    S. Rondon

    D. Gray

  • 90'
    90'

    Rayan Aït-Nouri

  • 90'
    90'

    Fábio Silva

    Hee-chan Hwang

  • 90'
    90'

    Leander Dendoncker

    Raúl Jiménez 

  • 90'
    90'

    Seamus Coleman

Next match

In the upcoming Premier League match, Wolverhampton Wanderers will play away against Crystal Palace on the 6th of November with a 8-6 head to head in favor of Wolverhampton Wanderers (5 draws).

Everton will host Tottenham Hotspur on the 7th of November with a 13-7 head to head record in favor of Tottenham Hotspur (13 draws).

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Formation and Lineups

Wolverhampton Wanderers started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

The manager Bruno Miguel Silva do Nascimento chose to play with the following team: José Sá (6.9), Max Kilman (8.1), Conor Coady (7.2), Romain Saïss (6.8), Nélson Semedo (6.2), Rúben Neves (7.1), João Moutinho (7.3), Rayan Aït Nouri (6.7), Francisco Trincão (7.1), Hee-Chan Hwang (6.8) and Raúl Jiménez (7.4).

Substitutes

Wolverhampton Wanderers made 3 changes: Trincao for D. Podence (79′), R. Jimenez for L. Dendoncker (90′) and Hwang Hee-Chan for F. Silva (90′).

Top player: Max Kilman

Probably the most impressive player in Wolverhampton Wanderers was Max Kilman.

His rating is (8.1) with 1 goal, 64 passes (89% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 10.

Everton: Formation and Lineups

Everton started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

On the other side, Rafael Benítez Maudes played with: Jordan Pickford (6.2), Séamus Coleman (6.7), Michael Keane (7.2), Mason Holgate (6.4), Ben Godfrey (5.8), Andros Townsend (7.2), Jean-Philippe Gbamin (6.2), Allan (6.6), Alex Iwobi (7.5), Richarlison (6.8) and Demarai Gray (6.8).

Substitutes

Everton made 3 changes: J. Gbamin for F. Delph (46′), A. Iwobi for A. Gordon (78′) and D. Gray for S. Rondon (90′).

Top player: Alex Iwobi

Probably the most impressive player in Everton was Alex Iwobi.

His rating is (7.5) with 1 goal, 18 passes (100% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 7.

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