1. Everton 2-0 Liverpool: Dominic Calvert-Lewin stars in Merseyside derby as Reds' title hopes effectively ended

    By Matt Verri Everton dealt a potentially fatal blow to Liverpool ’s title hopes and all but secured their own Premier League survival with a superb 2-0 win at Goodison Park. The Toffees had not won a Merseyside derby on home soil since 2010, but rose to the occasion and bullied Liv
  2. Richarlison and Son on target as Tottenham survive Everton fightback - 5 talking points

    By Alan Smith Tottenham will spend Christmas in the top four thanks to a 2-1 win against Everton - but they were made to sweat on a fiery afternoon in north London. Richarlison and Son Heung-min had given Spurs the perfect start with goals inside the opening 18 minutes. But Everton
  3. Alejandro Garnacho lit up Goodison Park – but the game belonged to another Man Utd star

    By Andy Dunn One by one, they rushed to congratulate the teenager, the prodigy who has graduated through junior ranks Bruno Fernandes , the captain, Harry Maguire , the ex-captain, Luke Shaw , the seasoned pro, all at the head of the queue to give the young man’s back a gentle thump o
  4. Alejandro Garnacho wonder goal sets Man Utd on way to big Everton win - 5 talking points

    By Jacob Leeks Alejandro Garnacho scored a third-minute wondergoal to help Manchester United escape a partisan Goodison Park with a win over Everton . Garnacho sent a stunning bicycle kick flying past Toffees goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to net what would prove to be the winner within
  5. Dominic Calvert-Lewin could have made Man Utd transfer after heading four-man shortlist

    By Bill Cooper Had things been a little different then Dominic Calvert-Lewin could be lining up for Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. The Everton forward has returned to the Toffees line-up after several injury issues, and has spearheaded Sean Dyche's attack during their recen
  6. Erik ten Hag could benefit from Everton woes by completing Man Utd transfer in January

    By Kieran King Manchester United could be ready to pounce on Everton's financial woes if the Merseyside club are forced to sell Amadou Onana in January. Onana, 22, has started in all but two of the Toffees' Premier League matches so far this season and is one of the most important