The match played this Monday in the Goodison Park and what faced Everton already Palace ended in a 1-1 draw between the two contestants. The two teams were returning to the pitch after more than three months of suspension due to the global crisis of the new coronavirus. Everton came with the intention of reaping another victory after achieving the 1-0 victory against West Bromwich Albion. On the part of the visiting team, Crystal Palace reaped a zero tie against Manchester United, scoring a point in the last match of the competition. After the result obtained, the home team was in seventh position, while Palace he was in twelfth place at the end of the match.
During the first half of the duel none of the players managed to score a goal, so during the first 45 minutes the scoreboard did not move from the initial 0-0.
In the second period came the goal for the ‘Toffees’ team, who opened their marker through a goal from James at 57 minutes. Nevertheless, Crystal Palace I got the tie thanks to a bit of Batshuayi shortly before the end, specifically in 86, ending the confrontation with a final result of 1-1.
The technician of Everton, Carlo Ancelotti, gave entry to the field to Sigurdsson, Godfrey and Gbamin to replace Gomes, Coleman and James, while on the part of Palace, Roy Hodgson I replaced Slip, Mateta and Batshuayi by Riedewald, Benteke and Ayew.
The referee showed two yellow cards to Everton (Mina and Worthy), while the visiting team did not see any.
With this tie, Everton it stood in seventh place in the table with 47 points. For its part, Crystal Palace with this point he stayed in twelfth position with 38 points at the end of the game.
The Premier League’s next commitment to Everton is against Brighton and Hove Albion, while Crystal Palace will face Chelsea.