LONDON: Dominic Calvert Lyon scored just 42 seconds later when Everton ended their 3-2 victory in Fahm. Calvert Leon, maintaining his excellent form, put Carlo Ancelotti’s team to Creon Cottage within a minute. Bobby Decordova equalized for Red Fahlham, but England striker Calvert Lyon re-rooted and Abdouli Dockwire finished third at Everton before halftime.
Robin Loftus-Gall reduced the deficit in the second half, but Everton won for the first time in five league games.
Everton got off to a great start when Richard Lesson stepped into the Fulham area before flogging a low cross that was made by Calvert Lyon for the 12th goal of the season.
Fulham equalized in the 15th minute when Tom Kearney’s pass out Decordova Red made it easy for Jerry Mina to shoot.
Everton hit the back of the net in the 29th minute with a Lucas Degan cross.
Dagne was about to deliver once more in the 35th minute when Dokor was going to cross his house.
Ben Godfrey awarded a 68th minute penalty with a trip to Loftus Cheek.
Edemola Lolman had embarrassingly missed a chance against West Ham in the previous game of understanding, so Ivan Culio stepped up, but as soon as he took the kick, the winger slipped and the ball flew high over the bar.
Loftus – The cheek was found again in the 70th minute when it was met with a shot from Leuman that went away from Mina.
Fulham remain one place above the relegation zone after their third defeat in four games. Under the table, Sheffield United are still waiting for their first win of the season when they were beaten 1-0 by West Ham in Burmel Lane.
Chris Wilder’s side have lost eight of their nine league games, which added to the feeling after returning to the top flight after an impressive first campaign last season.
Sebastian Heller broke the deadlock in the 56th minute with his first goal since September.
The Ivory Coast striker fired a powerful shot from the roof of the net when the blocked attempt by the Pablo Fornals hit Heller just outside the area.
Bruno Fernandez, meanwhile, said Manchester United had twice been fined for ending six games without a Premier League win at Old Trafford after losing 1-0 to West Bromwich Albion. “It simply came to our notice then.
The Portuguese midfielder got a second chance after Sam Johnstone saved his first spot kick, but in doing so he went out of his line. Earlier, there was a break in other moments when Fernandes fined Connor Gallagher for the crime. VAR reversed after review.
“It was very important to win this game before, not because it’s the first win at Old Trafford, but because we need points,” Fernandez told BT Sport.
“We can do a lot better, we have the qualities to do a lot better.”
Just as United’s Champions League win at Paris Saint-Germain last month saw Fernandes save his first spot-kick after the goalkeeper came online.
But he was still disappointed to lose his third penalty of the season, although two were regained, setting a better record for United with his first 10.
“Okay, I scored second but I need to score first,” Fernandez added.
Victory moved Ao Gunner Solskier’s men to ninth place, and early pacers Tottenham are playing a game within seven points.
However, the Red Devils are moving to Solsik Yair, from where there was little to ease the hassle, as West Brom threatened to win their first league win since returning on the first flight.
West Brom have now scored only once in their last six games, but the decision not to penalize their team early in the second half sent Sullivan Bulk into a frenzy.
When referee David Cote pointed to the opportunity, Fernandez caught Galaghar inside the area.
But he reversed the call after reviewing the incident on a pitch-side monitor, angering Blake.