Everton vs. Wolves: Three Things We Learned

Everton vs. Wolves: extended their unbeaten run to five games with a 2-1 win over Everton at the Molineux on Monday, thanks to goals from Max Kilman and Raul Jimenez in the first half.

Wolves vs Everton final score: Three things we learned, video highlights

Everton’s mistakes benefitted Wolves, but they could’ve had an unassailable lead by the time Alex Iwobi scored in the 66th minute to set up a huge finish.


Everton vs. Wolves, on the other hand, held on for the win, with Jose Sa making a crucial save late in the game to move into seventh position with 16 points.

Everton vs. Wolves: That puts them four points behind the top four and two ahead of now-tenth-placed Everton, who face Tottenham on Saturday and Manchester City following the international break.

Wolves will look to Palace, West Ham United, Norwich City, and Burnley for a chance to finish in the top four by the end of December, setting in motion a punishing schedule for Monday’s visitors.

final score, stats

Final score: Wolves 2, Everton 1

Scorers: Kilman (28′), Jimenez (32′), Iwobi (66′)

Shot attempts: Everton, 14-10

Shots on goal: Everton, 5-4

Possession: Wolves, 62%

Man of the Match: Max Kilman

On the occasion of his first-half goal, it’s tough not to award the ex-non-league defender, but this isn’t just a nostalgic pull. Kilman had five clearances and three interceptions in the back three, and he was powerful in the air.

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