Inform Ollie Watkins Scored a goal in the fifth game in a row with a 2-0 win against Everton which new admin ended Sean Dyche‘s 100 percent home record and relegated the club back to the Premier League relegation zone.

The 27-year-old’s 63-minute penalty saw him become the club’s first player to achieve a top flight success since the Paul Rideout in January 1985.

substitute Emi Buendia He secured the game eight minutes later to stop Villa’s three-game losing streak.

In two goal-scoring games by Villa’s Tyrone Mings and Everton’s James Tarkowski, the first goal would always be decisive, and although this was one of Watkins’ quieter plays, Dyche must have watched with envy.

The Toffees boss, who had beaten Arsenal and Leeds in their previous two games at Goodison, started with a goal in their last 28 league games with Neal Maupay and was later replaced by 22-year-old Ellis Simms. sixth high-level appearance.

When the toothless hosts, who scored only 17 goals in 24 league games, dominated the game but did not pose any threat in the penalty area, it proved foolish to finish the January transfer window without going ahead.

Their troubles escalated as wins for West Ham and Leeds got into trouble again just as they looked like they were getting out of it.

Everton failed to beat Villa in eight tries, but they will be upset as they fled the event as Amadou Onana’s first-half header capsized and Maupay’s close-range effort had to produce much more than they had, as Maupay’s close-range effort crossed the line. by Mings.

Watkins may celebrate scoring a critical goal

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They paid the price as Idrissa Gana Gueye knocked John McGinn down in the box, as Watkins beat his England counterpart Jordan Pickford.

McGinn was again the provider eight minutes after he played to beat the goalie at Buendia.

Anthony Taylor’s surprising second-minute booking on Onana for a foul on Douglas Luiz set the mood for a moody afternoon in the stands, but it was actually a benefit, as Goodison was at her best when confronted with a sense of injustice.

The toothless team, however, turned that negative into a positive, but failed to respond properly, as Onana’s midfield header from Vitalii Mykolenko was capsized by Martinez, who was his best chance in the first half.

Winger Dwight McNeil was again an encouraging exit from the left, but the familiar problem of Maupay being 5 feet 6 inches ahead meant any dangerous cross threat would dissipate as soon as he entered the six-yard field.

Maupay kicked the close-post headlong across the goal and wide as Alex Iwobi won the ball from the air from Everton’s second corner of the match.

Frenchman and Iwobi were guilty of poor finishes that did not bother Martinez, while at the other extreme Pickford rejected Watkins in his 350th club appearance the day after signing a new contract, taking a step down from his line.

Early in the second half, Mings was clearly hacked after Maupay’s collective effort, while Pickford made a fantastic save, knocking Watkins’s header over the post and allowing Tarkowski to cross the line.

But after Watkins made progress, it seemed like there was only one winner but Buendia cleared any remaining doubts.