Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers player ratings as Wolves win 1-0 at Goodison Park » FirstSportz

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

At the end of the game at Goodison Park, here are our player ratings between Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Everton started the game at a higher pace, creating chances in the early minutes of the game. However, Wolves came back into the game and kept Everton under control. Despite several chances, the teams went 0-0 up at half-time.

Wolverhampton Wanderers started the second half focused and found the goal before the 50th minute. Everton tried until the final minute of the game but Wolves kept their nerve to end Sunday’s game 1-0.

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Player Ratings


Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Frank Lampard

Jordan Pickford (6.6/10): Despite being at his best, Jordon Pickford was unable to save the first goal of the game.

Jonjoe Kenny (5.5/10): Kenny had an absolute disaster game. The player received two yellow cards and was sent off.

Mason Holgate (6.1/10): Mason Holgate had a better game against Wolves and had two headers in the air. However, he was to blame for the first goal.

Ben Godfrey (6.4/10): The former Norwich CIty player was able to deal with Everton attackers and made some crucial tackles in defence. He had four tackles to his name.

Vitalii Mykolenko (6/10): The player’s only contribution to the game was his crucial tackle in the first half of the game. The manager substituted him on the hour.

Donny van de Beek (6.5/10): The Manchester United loanee once again failed to impress against Wolves. The player had two dribbles and two tackles but had no goal or assist.

Seamus Coleman (5.9/10): Seamus Coleman had an unnerving game. He initially played as a full-back before being moved to the full-back position. He had a 70% success rate.

Abdoulaye Doucoure (6.6/10): Doucoure was the midfield hero for Everton against Wolverhampton Wanderers. He had six tackles to his credit, the most in the game.

Anthony Gordon (6.8/10): Anthony Gordon made some scary runs in the game but couldn’t find the final output. He had a dribble and tackle to his name.

Richarlison (7/10): Richarlison was the best player for Everton against Wolves. He even went to the bars and ensured his air presence.

Demarai Gray (6.8/10): Demarai Gray was also a crucial player for Everton against the Molineux team. He had three dribbles and a tackle to his name.


Dele Alli (NA):

Andros Townsend (NA):

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Ruben Neve

Jose Sat (7/10): The shot stopper deserves all the credit for keeping Wolves in the first half. He made several one-on-one saves that helped the team.

Romain Saiss (6.6/10): Romain Saiss scored crucial aerial victories to keep Everton at bay. He also had a 77% pass rate.

Conor Coady (7.6/10): As well as dealing with attackers, he scored the goal for his side to take the lead in the second half.

Maximilian Kilman (6.7/10): Kilman made himself felt in the game with his header duels and passing on the right central defender position. He was the key to keeping the left wingers at bay.

Mark (6.8/10): Marcal made sure Anthony couldn’t defeat Gordon Wolves by chasing him all the time. He also had an aerial duel to his name.

João Moutinho (7.3/10): The ex-Manchester United man was key in midfield and did all the dirty work. He had six tackles and two aerial victories to his name.

Leander Dendonecker (6.8/10): Despite having a less dominating game compared to the other Wolves midfielders, Dendonecker’s passing and tackling kept the midfield calm.

Ruben Neves (7.5/10): The Portuguese once again showed why he is being touted with a move to several clubs. He was an assist to the team save for several discouraging shots in the heart of Everton’s midfield.

Johnny Otto (6.4/10): Jonny Otto delivered a nerve-wracking game against Wolves and left no impact on the game.

Raul Jimenez (6.2/10): The talismanic Striker caused problems for opponents with his crucial aerial presence in attack. However, he could not find the back of the net.

Hwang Hee Chan (NA): The player was substituted off half an hour ago due to an injury.


Daniel Podence (6.5/10): The player came on early in the first half and made sure to remove several defenders when he had the ball. He had two dribbles to his name.

Fabio Silva (NA):

Trincao (NA):

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