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Everton 2-0 Bournemouth: Premier League – as it happened

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Key events Show 11.10am EST 11:10 Full-time: Everton 2-0 Bournemouth 11.09am EST 11:09 Goal! Everton 2-0 Bournemouth (Calvert-Lewin 90+5) 10.35am EST 10:35 Goal! Everton 1-0 Bournemouth (Zouma 61) 10.18am EST 10:18 Peeeeeep! Everton kick us back off 10.01am EST 10:01 Half-time: Everton 0-0 Bournemouth 9.15am EST 09:15 Peeeeeep! It begins! 8.23am EST 08:23 Team news Live feed Show

11.35am EST 11:35

That’ll do from me – here’s the match report to enjoy before you skitter off to watch Spurs-United. Thanks for your company, as always!

11.23am EST 11:23

Saša Ibrulj (@sasaibrulj)

Not the best result for @afcbournemouth but congrats to @asmir1 who made his 250th Premier League appearance today.

January 13, 2019

Amid all that, it was a milestone for Begovic.

11.21am EST 11:21

Now I am not saying this game wasn’t today’s biggest show, but Spurs v Man Utd is fairly weighty too and starts soon. Ben Fisher is all over it:

11.14am EST 11:14

Bournemouth will, indeed, regret lacking a finishing touch when they were so well on top early on. That Brooks chance, when he hit the post, was a key moment in the game. They stay 12th, while Everton soar to the giddy heights of 10th. For the Toffees’ part, Lookman was excellent and has surely supplanted Walcott in the pecking order for now.

11.10am EST 11:10

Full-time: Everton 2-0 Bournemouth

It was the last kick of the game! Everton weren’t two goals better, but they improved massively on that opening 30 minutes and did enough – relieving the pressure on Marco Silva for now.

Updated at 11.24am EST

11.09am EST 11:09

Goal! Everton 2-0 Bournemouth (Calvert-Lewin 90+5)

Well *that* definitely is. Lookman escapes down the left and Everton, going for the second all of a sudden, have men in support. He cuts back to the substitute and his finish, low and precise with the aid of a small deflection, gives Begovic no chance!

Updated at 11.13am EST

11.07am EST 11:07

90+5 min: ... which is met by Mousset, but he can’t connect with his volley cleanly and a grateful Pickford dives onto it. That could well be that.

11.07am EST 11:07

90+4 min: Everton survive that corner but then concede another. Begovic wants to go up but Howe won’t let him! Pickford ends up hammering the ball away from somewhere close to his own corner flag. It’s backs to the wall stuff – and here comes another flag kick for the Cherries ...

11.05am EST 11:05

90+2 min: Big challenge from Keane! Mousset plays Gosling in and the defender, in combination with the onrushing Pickford, does enough to deny the shot and concede the corner! Before it’s taken, Sigurdsson is replaced by Yerry Mina.

Updated at 11.05am EST

11.03am EST 11:03

90 min: Ibe whips in a tremendous cross from the right byline and Keane is fortunate that his clearance hits Mousset and flies behind. Just before that, Everton survive a mild goalmouth scramble. There’ll be five added minutes and Goodison suddenly sounds very nervous indeed.

11.02am EST 11:02

89 min: Then Fraser delivers a free-kick from the left and Pickford, again, gets just enough on it to deflect away. Do Bournemouth have one more big chance in them?

Updated at 11.05am EST

11.01am EST 11:01

88 min: Suddenly the ball squirts free on the left of Everton’s area and it’s a race between Fraser and Pickford! The keeper wins it, crucially for his side, and smothers the ball. It runs free but he pelts it out of play.

10.59am EST 10:59

87 min: Richarlison, who has worked hard and almost scored when Ake cleared off the line, is replaced by Calvert-Lewin.

10.58am EST 10:58

86 min: Silva is angered by a Gosling challenge – sufficiently so that the referee, Taylor, has to go over to the dugouts and calm him down. It has been largely scrappy and niggly since Zouma’s goal.

10.57am EST 10:57

84 min: Now Richardson goes up against Cook in a less edifying way, catching him with a flailing hand and causing some pain. He is rightly booked.

Updated at 11.02am EST

10.56am EST 10:56

83 min: He has Jordon Ibe up his sleeve, to be fair and on he comes for Brooks. But it’s Everton who attack next and Richarlison, going up against Cook, blazes over from an angle on the left.

Updated at 11.01am EST

10.53am EST 10:53

81 min: You just don’t quite sense Bournemouth are going to have the cutting edge they need here. Most of their moves are falling short before they get into the penalty area; I’m not sure what else Howe really has up his sleeve either.

10.50am EST 10:50

78 min: Here’s Walcott for Everton, replacing the largely impressive Bernard.

Updated at 10.57am EST

10.49am EST 10:49

77 min: That would have sealed it though – Richardson stooping to head another fine Sigurdsson delivery just wide from somewhere near sea level.

10.49am EST 10:49

76 min: The pressure continues and Bournemouth win their latest corner, Pickford saving Ake’s header comfortably.

10.48am EST 10:48

75 min: Then Gomes concedes a free-kick in a far more dangerous area, just outside his own box and on the right. He’s on a tightrope! King needs some extensive treatment as a result and, for now, that will continue on the side. Eventually Fraser delivers the set-piece: it loops up off a head and Pickford has to punch away from under his own bar.

10.46am EST 10:46

73 min: Gomes almost succeeds in chasing down Begovic, but then gets overeager and catches Cook very late. He’s been booked already and I think he should be off for that – lucky boy.

10.44am EST 10:44

71 min: The away side are pressing now but time is beginning to look tight. Everton look fairly comfortable.

10.41am EST 10:41

68 min: Here’s Lys Mousset, replacing Stanislas for Bournemouth. I wonder if things would be looking rather different had Wilson been fit for this.

10.39am EST 10:39

66 min: Now it gets a bit fiery as Gomes and Zouma are both booked following a contretemps caused by Gueye’s foul on Stanislas. Neither needed to get involved.

Updated at 10.54am EST

10.38am EST 10:38

65 min: Bournemouth need a response and King almost provides one, marauding down the inside-left before drilling high into the side netting. The away side shouldn’t really be behind but credit to Everton for stepping things up the way they have.

Updated at 10.43am EST

10.35am EST 10:35

Goal! Everton 1-0 Bournemouth (Zouma 61)

Might not need a sub to win this after all! The corner, sent in from the right, is flicked out to the opposite flank where Digne collects, giving himself a chance to surge for the byline with a masterful first touch. He does exactly that, before whipping in a marvellous cross that Zouma, rising to reach the ball ahead of Begovic, powerfully heads into the net! Goodison is happy!

Updated at 10.40am EST

10.33am EST 10:33

61 min: But Everton up the tempo as I write that, Coleman belting the ball against Ake at close quarters – calls for a handball go unheeded – and winning a corner. From which ...

10.32am EST 10:32

60 min: All a bit scrappy as we reach the hour mark and you wonder whether this is a game that will be won from the bench.

10.30am EST 10:30

57 min: Brooks tries to slip Stanislas in but his team-mate is offside. Everton have, since the first half hour, succeeded in stopping Brooks getting too much space between midfield and defence.

10.27am EST 10:27

55 min: Lerma, never a shrinking violet, barges Bernard over clumsily with little need and Everton have a centrally-located free-kick, just about within realistic shooting range if Sigurdsson wants to belt one. Instead he floats a harmless ball towards Zouma, which is headed out for Bernard to volley waywardly.

Updated at 10.27am EST

10.25am EST 10:25

52 min: It’s a fun start to the half and Bournemouth have a corner on the other side now. It’s not dealt with very well at first, but the ball comes back in and eventually Everton sort themselves out. There’s a half-ricochet off Zouma’s arm amid all that, but nobody appeals.

10.23am EST 10:23

51 min: A first glimpse of Bournemouth in this half, as they win a left-sided corner through Fraser .. from which Cook gets a run on the home defence and loops a header tantalisingly onto the roof of the net!

10.22am EST 10:22

49 min: Off the line from Ake! My, that was close. Gueye’s ball from the right finds Richardson at the far post, and his initial header is blocked. But he gets a second chance to drill past Begovic, and duly does ... only Ake to slide and hack the ball away from *right* on the line. Fine defending.

Updated at 10.26am EST

10.20am EST 10:20

47 min: Bernard *just* isn’t tall enough to reach a beautiful Sigurdsson cross from deep. Everton have begun this half as they finished the first.

10.18am EST 10:18

Peeeeeep! Everton kick us back off

And Gomes skies a shot over from 20 yards within seconds.

10.18am EST 10:18

In netball, England are about to open the Quad Series against New Zealand. Just before we get stuck into the second half here, a preview:

10.08am EST 10:08

Ron Stack (@ronstack)

@NickAmes82 “It’s not really a high-quality game” is masterful British understatement. ?

January 13, 2019

We must try to see the best in both these teams. Lookman has been a plus for Everton, definitely their best attacking player. Brooks made Bournemouth tick for half an hour.

10.06am EST 10:06

What happened in that WSL clash between Arsenal and Chelsea? No spoilers here ... but it was a massive result for the title race, potentially, and Suzanne Wrack was there to tell you the rest:

10.01am EST 10:01

Half-time: Everton 0-0 Bournemouth

Goalless, but it’s been watchable. The first half-hour was entirely Bournemouth’s, with Brooks hitting the post and a few other half-chances falling their way. Everton belatedly found some rhythm and could have scored themselves when Keane’s header flicked the bar. All to play for!

10.00am EST 10:00

45 min: Now Sigurdsson does get a shooting chance after some bright play from Bernard, but he snatches at it from inside the ‘D’ and it goes well wide. A little more composure might have seen him work Begovic.

9.59am EST 09:59

44 min: Now a chance to really make some hay before the break, as Gosling checks Richardson 25 yards out. Sigurdsson will fancy it ... and so will Digne, who dollies a harmless one into the wall when the angle didn’t really suit him.

9.57am EST 09:57

42 min: A lovely Everton move sees Lookman, who is playing well, slip a perfectly-weighted ball through for Coleman, who has to settle for a corner. It’s cleared out to the left and Digne delivers ... onto the head of Keane, whose header grazes the bar! At the moment they won’t want the half to end, because they’ve really woken up.

9.54am EST 09:54

39 min: Ooh, that’s certainly better from the hosts. Digne lays inside for Lookman, who fizzes a *dream* of a low centre across but discovers that Everton don’t really have a centre-forward out there. Nobody is gambling and Bournemouth survive. Bernard is then booked for a late challenge.

Updated at 10.03am EST

9.52am EST 09:52

38 min: This end-to-end spell continues with a corner for Everton, who are just livening up a bit. Lerma thuds it away, unchallenged.

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