Everton v Newcastle United, 21 January 2020

Score2-2
RefereeSimon Hooper
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance38,822
Kick-off: 7.30pm Premier League Head to Head Played: 50 Everton won: 21 Drawn: 11 Newcastle United won: 18 Everton scored: 72 Newcastle United scored: 67 Newcastle United had now won on one of their last 16 visits to Goodison Park (all Premier League, lost ten).

2 Everton

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

2 Newcastle United

Manager: Steve Bruce

Goals:

Moise Kean 30 G
Dominic Calvert-Lewin 54 G

Goals:

Florian Lejeune 90 G
Florian Lejeune 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford
Defender Lucas Digne
Defender Yerry Mina
Defender Djibril Sidibé
Defender/Midfielder Mason Holgate
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Midfielder Bernard
Midfielder Fabian Delph
Midfielder/Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott
Forward Moise Kean

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka
Defender Jamaal Lascelles
Defender/Midfielder Ciaran Clark
Defender/Midfielder Isaac Hayden
Midfielder Miguel Almirón
Midfielder Christian Atsu
Midfielder Matty Longstaff
Midfielder Matt Ritchie
Midfielder/Forward Sean Longstaff
Forward Joelinton

Substitutions:

Seamus Coleman for Moise Kean 71
Tom Davies for Bernard 83
Oumar Niasse for Theo Walcott 88

Substitutions:

Emil Krafth for Christian Atsu 62
Florian Lejeune for Ciaran Clark 70
Fabian Schär for Joelinton 78

Cards:

Dominic Calvert-Lewin 68 Y

Cards:

Ciaran Clark 62 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jonas Lössl
Defender Michael Keane
Defender/Midfielder Seamus Coleman
Defender/Left back Leighton Baines
Midfielder Tom Davies
Midfielder Anthony Gordon
Forward Oumar Niasse

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Karl Darlow
Defender Liam Gibson
Defender Emil Krafth
Defender Florian Lejeune
Defender Fabian Schär
Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey
Midfielder/Forward Tom Allan

Comments:

League position: 12th Moise Kean became the first Italian to score a goal in the Premier League for Everton since Alessandro Pistone against Bolton Wanderers on 1 April 2002. Jordan Pickford made his 100th consecutive appearance in the Premier League for the Toffees in this game; only Tim Howard (210) and Joleon Lescott (102) had made longer such runs for the club in the competition. Theo Walcott became the player to be substituted most often in the Premier League (135 games), exceeding the competition record previously held by Ryan Giggs and David Silva (134 games each). Florian Lejeune became the first substitute to score two goals against Everton in a game in the Premier League since 17 September 2012 by Demba Ba also for Newcastle United at Goodison Park in a 2-2, including one in the 90th minute. [c/o Steve Johnson, Everton: The official complete record]

Comments:

League position: 13th Florian Lejeune scored in the fourth and fifth minutes of added time at the end of the game as Newcastle United became the first team to come from two goals down by scoring two second-half stoppage-time goals in a game in the Premier League since Everton in a 3-3 draw against Manchester United at Goodison Park on 11 September 2010. This was the first time that the Magpies had scored more than one 90th minute goal in a game in the Premier League. Recognised defenders had now scored 12 of United's 24 goals so far in this Premier League season; four more than any other team. Florian Lejeune's goals meant Newcastle United became the last team to have a substitute score for them in this Premier League season.