Everton 3 Newcastle United 2: Monday night player ratings aggregator
We take in the player ratings from across the national newspapers so you can see how your team really got on this weekend
Tuesday 01 October 2013
Despite a second half comeback from Newcastle, Everton were good value for their win and it was new loan signing Romelu Lukaku who ran the show in the first half scoring two goals and setting up another.
For the definitive player ratings from the match, CLICK HERE or click 'VIEW GALLERY'
How the player ratings aggregator works...
We collate the player rating scores from across the national newspapers (where available) to produce an average for every Premier League starting player who featured over the weekend.
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