Newcastle United thrash Everton as they boost UCL hope

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Despite not being at their best, Eddie Howe’s team nevertheless defeated the Toffees easily thanks to two goals from Callum Wilson. With a game still to play, Newcastle now has a six-point lead over fifth-placed Tottenham. Joelinton was also on target. Everton’s 69-year tenure in the English top division is at risk after the loss, which keeps them two points from safety and in the relegation zone.

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Everton has the fewest goals scored in the Premier League this season of any team, and despite an excellent start, they were punished once more for a lack of creativity. Newcastle beat Tottenham on Sunday by scoring five goals in the opening 21 minutes. However, the Magpies had hardly made a threat when they took the lead after 28 minutes.

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When Joelinton’s shot was parried back into the danger zone by Jordan Pickford, Wilson pounced for his fifth goal in six games. Pickford ought to have performed better. Had Dominic Calvert-Lewin stayed healthy for the whole of the season, Everton’s situation might not be quite as precarious. The England international made his comeback in the 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace on Saturday and gave fans a taste of the talent he is capable of with a deft dink over Nick Pope that was just barely disallowed for offside.

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With an incredible stop 20 minutes from the end, Pickford partially atoned for the opening goal by keeping Joe Willock from increasing Newcastle’s advantage. After Joelinton easily headed in Willock’s cross to make it 2-0, however, Everton crumbled.From outside the box, Wilson then scored a spectacular third goal that went into the top corner.

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Even when Everton did score, it was by accident as Pope was caught off guard by Dwight McNeil’s corner while playing for Burnley.After coming off the bench, Alexander Isak led the Everton defense in a merry dance before setting up Jacob Murphy to tap the ball into an open net for a 4-1 score.

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