Everton 1-1 Middlesbrough: Match Summary

A good performance from Everton didn’t garner the rewards it deserved against a resilient Borough side yesterday. An early counter attack saw Middlesbrough take the lead thoroughly against the run of play, and though we constantly dominated, Everton couldn’t find the requisite firepower to take all three points.
It will also possibly leave Moyes with a few things to think about, which I plan to discuss in tomorrows update.
Check out my full match report here.

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One Response to Everton 1-1 Middlesbrough: Match Summary

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