Everton v Norwich City

54' Goal 54'   Cantwell T. Cantwell 90' Goal 90'   Srbeny D. Srbeny 20' Yellow Card 20'  M. Schneiderlin 23' Yellow Card 23'  C. Zimmermann 47' Yellow Card 47'  S. Byram 81' Yellow Card 81'  M. Holgate 81' Yellow Card 81'  M. Aarons 84' Yellow Card 84'  A. Tettey 87' Yellow Card 87'  K. McLean 90' Yellow Card 90'  S. Coleman
Everton
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  • D
  • L
  • W
  • W
0 - 2 FT
Norwich City
  • L
  • L
  • L
  • L
  • L
  • Goal 54' T. Cantwell 54' T. Cantwell
  • Goal 90' D. Srbeny 90' D. Srbeny
  • Date: 23/11/2019
  • Time: 14:00
  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Referee: Anthony Taylor
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Everton 0-2 Norwich City

Norwich piled more pressure on Everton boss Marco Silva after a 2-0 win at Goodison Park secured their first Premier League away victory of the season.
Everton boss Marco Silva kept faith with the starting XI that started the 2-1 win at Southampton before the international break, while Norwich boss Daniel Farke made three changes to the side that lost 2-0 at home to Watford, with Sam Byram, Christoph Zimmermann and Todd Cantwell recalled.

Everton edged the opening exchanges and Cenk Tosun almost broke the deadlock on 14 minutes after playing a one-two with Gylfi Sigurdsson but he lashed his shot across the face of goal.

Richarlison was inches away from getting on the end of a Theo Walcott ball across the area before Onel Hernandez was denied by a good one-handed save from Jordan Pickford at the opposite end on 27 minutes.

It was the Canaries who ended the first half in the ascendancy as Cantwell smashed an effort wide at the back post before Byram was denied by Pickford.

Everton went close early in the second half but Norwich survived a scramble in their own box before they then got their noses in front on 56 minutes when Cantwell latched on to a Teemu Pukki knockdown in the area and fired past Pickford.

It should have been 2-0 just after the hour but Byram somehow managed to guide a free header wide from just six yards out.

The closest Everton came to scoring in the second half was on 71 minutes when Sigurdsson tried to tee up substitute Dominic Calvert-Lewin although he couldn’t reach the ball in front of an open goal.

Tosun then thought he had levelled moments later as he looked to find the bottom corner with a low strike but Tim Krul managed to pull off a superb save to deny him.

Norwich were under the cosh in the closing stages but managed to snatch a killer second goal in stoppage time when Emiliano Buendia worked his way into the box and set up fellow substitute Dennis Srbeny to clinch the points.

The defeat leaves Everton down in 15th position on 14 points, while Norwich move off the bottom and up to 18th on 10 points.

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