Everton, coached by Portugal’s Marco Silva, moved up to provisional third place in the English Premier League on Sunday, beating Southampton 2-1 in a 2-1 win against Southampton.
Forward Theo Walcott opened the scoring in the 15 minutes and Brazilian Richarlison increased the hosts’ lead at 31, but Danny Ings reduced to Southampton by which Portuguese defender Cedric Soares started in the second half in the 54th.
Everton finished third after only the Tottenham duo, a 3-1 win at Fulham, and Bournemouth, who won 2-1 at West Ham Stadium. – still short – one hundred percent victorious course.
The Portuguese arm of Wolverhampton, led by Coach Nuno Espírito Santo, is still looking for their first win in the competition, having lost 2-0 at Leicester Stadium, which has played since the 66 minutes in numerical inferiority due to the expulsion of the forward Jamie Vardy.
The game record featured eight Portuguese players, but the hosts’ winning goals were scored by Irish defender Matt Doherty in the 29th minute and midfielder James Maddison at 45 after Ricardo Pereira’s assist.
Wolverhampton presented five Portuguese players – Rui Patrício, João Moutinho, Hélder Costa, Rúben Neves and Diogo Jota – while Reuben Vinagre did not leave the bench of alternates.
The match could have a very different story if João Moutinho’s shots at the home goal bar after three minutes and Mexican forward Raul Jimenez, who was loaned by Benfica to Wolves at the right post at 22, had better luck .