Richarlison’s Everton wins second in a row and pushes Raphinha’s Leeds into the sticking zone | english football

With a great performance by goalkeeper Pickford, Everton beat Leicester 2-1 away from home, this Sunday, in a game valid for the 36th round of the English Championship. The result achieved by Brazilian striker Richarlison’s team took the team out of the Premier League relegation zone and pushed Raphinha’s Leeds into the Z-3.

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Mykolenko, with a beautiful shot from outside the area, and Holgate, taking advantage of a rebound from a Richarlison header, scored the goals of Everton’s triumph. Daka scored for Leicester. Now coach Frank Lampard’s team has 35 points (16th place), while Brendan Rodgers’ team is not at risk of sticking (14th place, with 42 points).

Richarlison in action for Everton against Leicester – Photo: REUTERS

With a point less than Everton, Leeds are in 18th place and open the relegation zone. The team visited Arsenal in London and lost 2-1. The English jewel Nketiah scored both goals for the Gunners – one of them after an assist from Brazilian striker Gabriel Martinelli. The Spanish defender Llorente scored for Leeds, who had Raphinha in the starting lineup for 60 minutes.

Already relegated, Norwich hosted West Ham and was thrashed 4-0 (goals by Benrahma (2), Antonio and Lanzini). Result that leaves the Hammers alive in the fight for a spot in European competitions.

Who is also already guaranteed in the Championship (the English second) next season is Watford, of the Brazilians João Pedro and Samir. Everton, Leeds and Burnley continue in the inglorious fight against relegation.

Raphinha takes a card during Arsenal v Leeds – Photo: REUTERS

Gabriel Martinelli, Brazilian striker for Arsenal — Photo: REUTERS

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