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Idrissa Gueye’s game-winning goal in Everton’s 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace astounded Sue Smith, who also commended the skillful way he completed the move.

The midfielder initiated the play on his own before combining with Abdoulaye Doucoure. The ball eventually returned to Gueye, who scored despite Tyrick Mitchell’s pressure.

 

In a hard-fought match that saw the hosts come back from behind twice, a third goal proved to be too much as the game came to a close and Sean Dyche’s team earned all three points.

Smith tweeted the following while watching live on Sky Sports News on November 11, 16:48: It’s 3-2 to Everton, and Idrissa Gueye has the third goal.

He really initiates the move by finding a small gap between the midfield and the defense and passing the ball to Doucoure, who carries on with his run.

Idrissa Gueye receives a really nice pass, and his first touch is incredible as he takes the ball past the defender and just has time to slide in before finishing in the back of the net. Incredible performance from Idrissa Gueye, and Everton wins 3-2.

A shocking winner

Nobody would have predicted that Gueye, who has not scored a goal for Everton since September 2021, would break the drought at Selhurst Park today, especially considering that Amadou Onana was the team’s choice midfield starter.

It was a goal that was extremely unlike him as well; he made a late move into the opposing box, slipped past the defense, and used a fantastic touch to set himself up and relieve Mitchell’s pressure, which almost cost him the ball.

Gueye’s performance more than any other revealed the faith Sean Dyche has infused into this Everton team over the past several weeks. The manager’s team is playing at a higher level, as evidenced by a goal and a solid performance in the middle.

With three goals from Everton’s away games, including one from Gueye, the supporters will be expecting the sky to collapse—or, depending on your window view, maybe some flying pigs. This team has been motivated by Dyche, so concerns about being demoted may already be over.

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