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Everton rebound from Arsenal rout with win over Palace

12 February 2018, 12:42 | Pamela Mathis

Everton rebound from Arsenal rout with win over Palace

Everton rebound from Arsenal rout with win over Palace

The Eagles looked to be on course to get a positive result at Goodison Park when the match was goalless at half time, but they imploded a little in the second half to fall to a frightful loss, and one man felt the wrath of the Selhurst Park faithful. We got 3-0 up and the pressure was off.

The Seagulls had taken a first-half lead through a clinical finish from Colombia winger Jose Izquierdo before the 18th-placed Potters, who remain in the bottom three on goal difference, levelled through a curling effort from Switzerland global Xherdan Shaqiri 22 minutes from time. "There was a spirited recovery by the players that is forgotten about when you see 5-1 but we need to react properly". "Lots of players haven't played to the potential they have".

Tottenham climbed to third after Harry Kane scored a second-half victor to settle the north London derby against Arsenal. "Only I would know that because it's my job to study the game".

Allardyce served one match as Hodgson's successor as England manager in 2016 before being fired over unguarded comments to an undercover reporter.

That Palace player was Belgium global forward Christian Benteke, who once again failed to find the back of the net in the defeat on Merseyside.

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Former England manager Allardyce, 63, replaced Ronald Koeman late a year ago, signing an 18-month contract.

Tom Davies added a third before a late Palace penalty wiped out Everton's clean sheet, but they held on for a good three points.

We played the game really well, defensively very solid and from a taking the chances point of view we finally found the right way to take those in the second-half.

Asked if he would be willing to share a drink with Allardyce, Hodgson replied: "We've a train to catch so I don't think there will be time". "Our home form is very good".



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