Saturday, 22 February 2020

Goal Party at Goodison Park

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  • Chelsea's Diego Costa, is thwarted by Everton's goalkeeper Tim Howard during their English Premier League soccer match at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool (8/30). AP/Jon Super

    Chelsea's Diego Costa, is thwarted by Everton's goalkeeper Tim Howard during their English Premier League soccer match at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool (8/30). AP/Jon Super

    TEMPO.CO, Liverpool - Goodison Park in Liverpool was drenched by goals when it hosted the fixture between Everton and Chelsea. The total of 9 goals were scored, six by The Blues and three by The Eagles.

    Chelsea shocked the crowd by scoring one goal before the first minute has passed in the game. Brazilian international player Diego Costa sunk his third goal in the Premier League. Branislav Ivanovic doubled up the score for The Blues only two minutes later. Everton minimized the gap through Kevin Mirrallas just before the half time.

    Everton's attempts to catch up in the second half turned into disaster after the suicide goal shot by Seamus Coleman. The Eagles continue to attack and score two more goals.

    But The Blues were unstoppable as they scored three more goals in the second half, each attributed to Nemanja Matic, Samuel Eto'o and Diego Costa. Chelsea bolts to the top of classification with perfect point.

    IRFAN