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Everton ace hails Ronald Koeman: This is what he has changed at Goodison Park

19 Sep

“It is a lesson but we can have the zero, the clean sheets, of course we can. We have to be compact and if we play like we did here then we will win more games than we lose.”



Everton (4-2-3-1): Stekelenburg 6; Coleman 7, Williams 7, Jagielka 6, Baines 6; Gueye 7, BARRY 9 (Cleverley 90); Bolasie 8, Barkley 8, Mirallas 7 (Deulofeu 72, 6); Lukaku 7 (Valencia 66, 6).

Subs: Robles, Lennon, Fumes Mori, Holgate.

Middlesbrough (4-2-3-1): Valdes 5; Barragan 6, Ayala 6, Gibson 7, Friend 7; De Roon 6, Forshaw 7; Nsue 5 (Nugent 59, 6), Ramirez 5 (Fischer 69, 8), Downing 6; Negredo 6.

Subs: Guzan, Bernardo, Clayton, Chambers, Traore.

REFEREE: Lee Mason 5.

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