|4||Shots On Target||2|
|43%||Aerial Duels Won %||57%|
- Ronald Koeman’s position is under more serious threat after another poor performance resulted in another defeat for Everton.
- Everton had a promising start. In the opening 20 minutes, they had 5 shots (2 on target) to Burnley’s 1 and 58% possession.
- However, Jeff Hendrick scored his first Premier League goal since December 2016 to break the deadlock and Everton failed to pose a threat since.
- They had 18 shots since Hendrick’s goal, but only 2 were on target.
- They showed their desperation by shouting for a penalty for handball twice in the latter stages of the game, but neither were legitimate calls for a penalty.
- Burnley’s solid defence meant Everton resorted to go for the extraordinary and shoot from outside the box.
- Everton had 15 shots from outside the box in the entire, but only two were on target. Wasteful.
- The international break has come and Everton’s next match will be against Brighton in a couple of weeks.
- Gylfi Sigurdsson created 6 chances – twice more than any other player.
- Oumar Niasse lost possession 8 times – more than any other player.
Average Player Positions
- Everton have conceded the opening goal in their last 5 Premier League games – the first time they have done so since May-August 2016.
- Everton have failed to score against Burnley at Goodison Park for the first time since December 1960, and only the third time since WWII.
- Everton have lost to Burnley at Goodison Park for only the second time in 15 meetings.