Burnley compounds Everton misery with a win at Goodison Park.

It was another day in office that Ronald Keoman will have wished it was different as the Toffees lost once again to Burnley. Jeff Hendrick goal was the difference between both sides as Burnley are keeping the pressure on the top half of the table. Burnley are in an incredible form right now as they have now recorded right away points so far this season. This is a better away record at this time than their whole last season despite playing top clubs like Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton in those fixtures.

Several bookmakers have predicted that Ronald Keoman is the next in line to be sacked in the premier league. This loss only makes those claims close to the truth that he deserves to be sacked. Despite their good start to the game, with Gylfi Sigurdsson and Oumar Niasse both hitting the target. Nick Pope was at his best to prevent the Toffees from going ahead in the game. This gave Burnley the opportunity to get back into the game.

Burnley finally got their goal after some incredible passing involving nine of their players string 24-passes aming them. It was Stephen Ward that eventually cut the ball back to Hendrick as he move past Morgan Schneiderlin before rifling low past Jordan Pickford. Burnley took the lead going into the break.

Everton tried getting back into the game in the second half through substitute Wayne Rooney but was denied the goal scoring chance. Burnley managed to nick the maximum point. This is their second loss of the season at home despite only losing just two matches last season at home. The defensive pairing of Burnley’s James Tarkowski and Ben Mee had a great game on the night as they both had more blocks between them (30) than 16 of the other 19 Premier League teams this season. This made Tarkowski to be awarded the man of the match.

What is left to be seen is when Everton will sack Keoman as it is almost inevitable as they seat 16th on the log, two points adrift relegation.

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