In just seven minutes, Everton struck three times during the second half, which made them score3:1. Burnley tried to take the lead in the 53rd minute, which made Everton emphatic, claiming their 3rd league victory since the season had begun. At the 59th minute, Everton’s equalizer was headed by Michael Keane before Andros Townsend took the chance to give Everton the lead with his left foot. This was his first goal in the league since he transferred from crystal Palace.
Few more seconds later, Everton’s third goal was slotted by Demarai Gray. This made the fan pretty happy and satisfied after witnessing Burnley score the home team. With just four games, Everton was able to become position four with 10 points. They managed to level up with Chelsea and Liverpool.
Burnley had shown promising techniques in the first half as they were on a hunt for their first win since the season had begun. However, their efforts were trashed by Everton, making them stagger at position 18 on the table with just one point to get them out.
The climax of Everton vs. Burnley was when Andros Townsend beat Nick Pope from a 25-yard distance. The man of the moment, Demarai Gray, managed to slot the ball home after he latched onto Abdoulaye Doucoure’s perfect pass just a few minutes later. Few moments after the second half, Burnley celebrated a short success of being ahead of the match. However, the promising lead which Ben Mee made was short-lived as soon after Everton retook the lead.
Apart from their fans, Everton had the support of Rafa Benitez, a former Liverpool manager. Although the fans did not recognize him, he had made the best start for the season by scoring ten goals in just four matches. The match result could have been made known early by Chris Wood, who failed to make the right contact with his header. This was after a superb ball was made available in the area by Dwight McNeil.