Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Seamus Coleman silences critics with superb strike as Everton beat Brighton

Seamus Coleman silences critics with superb strike as Everton beat Brighton

He told the official site, "I was out for a year so it makes it (22 months) sound a bit longer!"

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. In the first matches he scored three times as a winger yes, but after, he had games as a winger and didn't score. It is time for Jahanbakhsh to relocate the form that saw him finish last season as the top scorer in the Eredivisie and persuaded Brighton to pay AZ £17 million (A$30.63 million). I can't give a midfield workhorse much higher praise than that really. We do not think about Chelsea.

Everton manager Marco Silva was even afforded the luxury of giving £27.1million summer signing Yerry Mina a late debut with the Colombia worldwide now free from injury.

Idrissa Gueye performance was on a par to Kante, in his 2015/2016 title season for Leicester today.

Victory moves Everton up to ninth in the table, while Brighton are 12th - enjoying a three-point cushion between themselves and West Ham United in 13th.

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Glenn Murray is their key man, having scored the victor in their last two home games and overall netting six of their 11 goals. We had a really good period at the end of that second half, but at 1-1, we had to start the second half better than we did. certainly, we needed to make sure we didn't concede as early as we did.

The Iceland midfielder more than made up for that error by driving the hosts forward on the break from a Brighton corner, exchanging passes with Bernard and slipping a deft pass behind the visiting defence for Richarlison to gleefully smash home.

"We need to keep the ball better".

Chris Hughton's side will be more confident of their capabilities on the road now and they did have back-to-back away wins around this time previous year, but it looks hard for them to bottle up Everton or match them on the scoring front. Sometimes you have to accept you are up against quality teams.

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