Forest 0 – Everton 1

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Everton still has the same strong away form as before. When they went on to beat Forest 1-0 thanks to Dwight McNeil’s winning goal in English Premier League football.

In the beginning, both teams had quite a few chances. In the 18th minute, James Garner of the visiting team shot in front of the penalty area. But it did not pass through the hands of Odysseus Vlachodimos.

The 22nd minute was also an opportunity for Toffee Beto. Who shot with his right and went over the crossbar UFABET

Forest had a golden opportunity from Anthony Elanga. Whose shot from the left side of the penalty area went wide of the far post.

In the 43rd minute, the away team should have taken the lead. When Abdoulaye Doucoure passed into the left penalty area for Dwight McNeil to catch before shooting past Vlachodimos. But Murillo, who ran Following the line control. He was able to kick him out in an incredible amount of time.

At the end of the first half it was still tied 0-0.

In the second half, Forest came down with excitement. In the 54th minute, they should have gotten a lot. But Felipe, who added a shot in the penalty area, unfortunately hit the ball and hit the outside square post.

Everton also tried to attack to get a goal. In the 63rd minute, James Tarkowski threw it to Beto, rested the ball in front of the penalty area and then chopped his right hand over the crossbar.

Until the 67th minute, the Toffees were leading 1-0 when the ball reached McNeil in the left penalty area. He grabbed it and slammed it with his left foot, sending the ball into the corner of the far post and into the goal.

Then Forest attacked hard, hoping to get the goal back. And there were chances from Ryan Yates and Morgan Gibbs-White, but neither was sharp.

The hosts had another chance in the 84th minute from a quick counter-attack that reached Elanga on the left side of the penalty area. But the Swedish winger caught the ball a little too far away, so Pickford measured his heart and came out quickly to intercept at the moment when Elanga could shoot.

Another 2 minutes later was Forest’s chance again. Murillo dragged his way from the middle of the field to shoot with his left hand in front of the penalty area, but Pickford still fell down to block it.

In the 88th minute, Chris Wood flowed into the left side of the penalty area for Elanga to spin with his right without touching it. But the ball wasn’t curved enough to get off the far post.

Towards the end, even though the home team tried to throw in, Tarkovsky took it all in. At the end of the game, Everton defeated Forest 1-0, moving from second-bottom to 18th in the table.