Everton 1-0 West Ham: Neal Maupay scores his first goal for the Toffees


Neal Maupay signed for Everton for £15m from Brighton in August

Neal Maupay opened his Everton account with a first Premier League win of the season with a win against West Ham at Goodison Park.

Maupay, who joined from Brighton for £15m in August, turned on Alex Iwobi’s pass and smashed the ball past Lukasz Fabianksi as he sat on the rebound.

The home side had chances to increase the lead, the impressive Demarai Gray’s effort was saved by Fabianks.

West Ham, who have scored the fewest goals in the top flight, were toothless in attack.

Michail Antonio only headed straight at Asmir Begovic, and Said Benrahma’s effort came back off the post.

Everton have risen to 13th in the table, while West Ham remain in 18th place.

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Everton

  1. Group number15Player nameBegovic

  2. Group number3Player namePatterson

  3. Group number30Player nameCoady

  4. Group number2Player nameTarkowski

  5. Group number19Player nameMykolenko

  6. Group number8Player namedrunk

  7. Group number27Player nameHey

  8. Group number17Player nameIwobi

  9. Group number11Player namethe gray

  10. Group number20Player nameMaupay

  11. Group number10Player namegordon

  1. Group number7Player nameMcNeil

  2. Group number16Player nameDoucoure

  3. Group number33Player nameRondo

West Ham United

  1. Group number1Player nameFabianski

  2. Group number5Player nameHe stepped back

  3. Group number4Player nameDry

  4. Group number24Player namethe cleaner

  5. Group number3Player nameCresswell

  6. Group number28Player nameSoucek

  7. Group number41Player nameRice

  8. Group number20Player nameBowen

  9. Group number11Player nameLucas Paquetá

  10. Group number8Player nameFornals

  11. Group number9Player nameAnthony

  1. Group number7Player nameFraud

  2. Group number14Player namethe cornet

  3. Group number22Player nameBenrahma

  4. Group number33Player nameEmerson

The eleven

Everton

training 4-3-3

  • 15Begovic
  • 3Patterson
  • 30CoadyBooked in 28 minutes
  • 2Tarkowski
  • 19Mykolenko
  • 8drunk
  • 27Hey
  • 17Iwobi
  • 11the grayreplaced byDoucourein 81′minutes
  • 20Maupayreplaced byRondoin 89′minutes
  • 10gordonBooked in 62 minutesreplaced byMcNeilin 75′minutesBooked in 90 minutes

replacements

  • 5Keane
  • 7McNeil
  • 16Doucoure
  • 23Coleman
  • 26Davies
  • 29Vinegar
  • 33Rondo
  • 35Jakupovic
  • 37garner

West Ham

training 4-2-3-1

  • 1Fabianski
  • 5He stepped back
  • 4Dry
  • 24the cleaner
  • 3Cresswellreplaced byEmersonin 90+3′minutes
  • 28Soucek
  • 41Rice
  • 20Bowen
  • 11Tolentino Coelho de Limareplaced bythe cornetin 62′minutes
  • 8Fornalsreplaced byBenrahmain 62′minutes
  • 9Anthonyreplaced byFraudin 70′minutesBooked in 90 minutes

replacements

  • 7Fraud
  • 10What is that?
  • 12Downes
  • 13areola
  • 14the cornet
  • 15Dawson
  • 21Ogbonna
  • 22Benrahma
  • 33Emerson

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