(EFE) – Manchester United corrected their erratic record in the Premier with an away win (1-3) over Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton, who suffer their third consecutive setback on matchday eight.
After two consecutive defeats, Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton, fifth with 13 points, aspired to set the course and regain the sensations of the first five league games, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United, fifteenth with 7 (with one game less ), he was even more needy.
The equality only lasted 19 minutes at Goodison Park with no spectators. In the 19th Dominic Calvert-Lewin served Brazilian Bernard, who scored from a low shot from the edge of the area. Six minutes later Bruno Fernandes tied with a header and in the 32nd minute, the Portuguese player himself overtook United.
Everton’s efforts throughout the second half were useless, and already in injury time (m.95) Edinson Cavani sentenced with a low shot that slipped past Jordan Pickford’s left post.
The Red Devils finally defeated Everton after failing to do so in their three previous confrontations, and the team of Ancelotti and Colombian James Rodríguez prolong their crisis of results after their excellent start to the championship.
The Italian coach, a former Real Madrid coach, had not lost three league games in a row since 2006, when he coached Milan.