The English newspapers reflected with good comments the party of James Rodríguez with Everton against Crystal Palace in which scored goal in 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.
The wait was worth it. After 45 days, the Colombian returned as a starter to Everton and left positive feelings for the remainder of the season in the Premier League. Although the equality of the premises took him away from the UEFA Champions League zone, his performance was valued by the press.
James Rodríguez scored a goal in Everton’s draw and local media celebrated his return Getty Images
For The Guardian, “Everton savored the return of a player with happier Anfield memories, with James Rodriguez scoring in his first appearance since victory in the Merseyside derby in February.”
Liverpool Echo He gave him eight qualification points and highlighted that he contributed his entire class in the game.
“When Everton needed something more he stepped forward with a shot that showed his eternal class. Very important for this team when it is in shape,” he explained.
In his first season in English football, James Rodríguez completed six touchdowns in 19 games. His team is eighth with 47 points. Next Monday he will visit Brighton for the 31st date of the league.
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