Everton vs Crystal Palace player ratings: Richarlison goal sees Brazilian top our Premier League rankings

We run the rule over both teams after an entertaining match at Goodison

Luke Brown
Saturday 08 February 2020 14:53
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Carlo Ancelotti confirms Richarlison will stay at Everton

Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton beat Crystal Palace 3-1 at Goodison Park to move up to seventh in the Premier League table.

After a desperately poor start to the season Everton now sit just outside the European places, above both Manchester United and Arsenal and just five points behind Chelsea in fourth.

They started the game well and soon took the lead when Bernard powerfully volleyed home from inside the area.

But Crystal Palace hung on in there and equalised in the second-half, with Christian Benteke ending his goal drought when his tame low shot squirmed under the body of England number one Jordan Pickford.

Benteke almost scored again moments later, only for Richarlison to put Everton back in front when he drove forwards and finished powerfully. Dominic Calvert-Lewin then made sure of the win with a late tap in. Here are our player ratings.

Take a look at the above gallery to see how we rank players from both teams.

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