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Equally, there was an element of encouragement in the increasingly frantic football. Leicester’s early control – see a 75-per-cent possession share and a let-off for Everton when Maddison scuffed into Pickford’s gloves at 1-0 – steadily gave way to a stretched, harum-scarum contest. Jonny Evans slammed the door in the face of Richarlison, slipped in by Alex Iwobi.
Vitalii Mykolenko similarly checked Barnes’ progress at the other end. Iwobi was offering another hard-running turn, chasing and harrying Leicester’s tidy trio of midfielders. With the ball at his feet, Iwobi drove through the heart of the pitch, moving Everton from back to front speedily enough to discomfort Leicester. There was home hope, too, in the space Leicester vacated in committing bodies to attack. Gray, who rifled a 21st-minute shot into the body of Tielemans after dashing in from the left, came closest to a first-half equaliser. A set-piece routine lifted directly from the training ground – and, by extension, the playbook of First-Team coach Paul Clement – saw Gray clip a left-wing corner low to Iwobi at the near post. It appeared a mis-hit from Gray, at first.
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And an effort from Gray, collecting Gordon’s smart return, went similarly high. The catalyst for Everton, repeatedly, was Iwobi. It was his hounding that robbed Leicester and, ultimately, led to Gray’s attempt. Moments previously, Iwobi’s closing and pressing tight to Leicester’s goalline, switched up the decibel levels inside Goodison. Lampard had shifted the former Arsenal player into a more advanced position for the second 45 minutes, Iwobi operating ahead of Allan and Fabian Delph. When Dele replaced Allan after 58 minutes, Iwobi retained his more offensive brief, leaving Delph to guard the back-four.
Frank Lampard’s team were heading for defeat, here, smashing away at the door in pursuit of a strike to level Harvey Barnes’ fifth-minute goal for Leicester to no avail. As hard as they pushed and probed and picked away at the lock, Everton couldn’t bundle their way through. Headers flashed wide, shots were scrambled off the line and Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester’s goalkeeper, made a couple of very good saves. It seemed Everton’s race was run when Seamus Coleman steered the ball beyond Schmeichel in stoppage time, only for Daniel Amartey to intervene. But there was still gas in the Everton tank.
He cautioned, too, against thinking the battle was won after victory over Manchester United 11 days ago. And there was no hint of complacency from Everton in their bid for a third straight home win. They fell behind nonetheless, and spent 85 minutes plus most of the five added at the end, trying to rescue something from the match. Lampard was right on two counts: yes, complacency is a foe in any survival fight, and this is a scrap that could go to the wire. Burnley will certainly note the 21 points up for grabs over the next four weeks and think they have a shout.
Schmeichel had his eye in following an early round of keep-ball under acute pressure from Everton forwards sensing an opportunity to pinch possession. This pass was dropped onto Pereira’s toes and the Portuguese progressed upfield via a crisp exchange with Youri Tielemans. Pereira’s next pass was forwards for James Maddison, who duly squared for Kelechi Iheanacho. The striker’s shot was blocked by Yerry Mina, playing for he first time since suffering a quadriceps injury at Newcastle United on 8 February, but the ricochet favoured Barnes, who confidently did the rest. Speaking of injuries, Everton feared they’d sustained another inside the opening 30 seconds. Coleman dropped to the floor, apparently bothered by his thigh, after a rescuing tackle on Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, who was closing on goal.
Play with this sort of hunger and desire and refusal to yield, however, and Everton will take plenty more points from here. Barnes applied the finishing touch for Leicester’s breakthrough – and it was a smart one, turned inside Jordan Pickford’s right post – but the goal belonged to more than half of the away team. Lampard will be unhappy with how Leicester progressed from one end of the field to the other, no question about that – Everton managing only brief contact on the ball as it advanced. For the visitors’ part, they would have been pleased with Schmeichel’s sweeping pass to Ricardo Pereira, hugging the right touchline.
The South American saw it late and couldn’t adjust his feet to convert into an unguarded portion of the net, instead sending the ball squirting beyond the far post. Castagne was soon back in his favoured position but no more comfortable in competition with the effervescent Gordon. The Belgian defender waited optimistically on his heels for a pass to arrive, only to witness Gordon steal in, quick as a flash, and fire the ball infield for Richarlison. In trying to manipulate the ball to set up a goal attempt, Richarlison inadvertently invited the hastily-retreating Castagne to make good on his error. The Gordon-Castagne duel counted as a source of optimism for Everton.
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