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Everton vs Manchester United LIVE: Premier League result and reaction after Alejandro Garnacho scores stunner

Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho scored with a magical overhead kick in the third minute to send the visitors on their way to a 3-0 victory over an Everton team already reeling in their first Premier League game after being docked 10 points.

With a strike that drew comparisons to Wayne Rooney’s famous goal for United in the 2011 Manchester derby, the 19-year-old Argentine leapt acrobatically to meet Diogo Dalot’s cross, firing the ball into the opposite corner past Jordan Pickford before celebrating with a Cristiano Ronaldo-style pirouette.

Erik ten Hag’s United team are sixth in the standings on 24 points after 13 games, while Everton, who were 14th before their points deduction for breaches of the league’s financial rules, are second-bottom on four points.

Marcus Rashford doubled United’s lead with a penalty in the 56th, awarded after VAR ruled Anthony Martial was tripped by Ashley Young. Captain Bruno Fernandes gave the ball to Rashford, who had only scored once this season and not since Sept. 3.

Martial sent hundreds of Everton fans heading to the Goodison Park exits in the 75th minute when he ran onto Fernandes’s pass and dinked it over Pickford for an easy goal.

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Everton vs Manchester United live

  • FT: United run out comfortable winners after Garnacho stunner

  • REPORT: Alejandro Garnacho’s astonishing moment of magic inspires Manchester United’s result of the season

  • GOAL! Martial adds third for visitors with deft finish (EVE 0-3 MNU)

  • GOAL! Rashford doubles United lead from the penalty spot (EVE 0-2 MNU)

  • GOAL! Garnacho scores stunning overhead kick to open scoring (EVE 0-1 MNU)

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Alejandro Garnacho’s astonishing moment of magic inspires Manchester United’s result of the season

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Amid Evertonian grievance, a beleaguered group delivered their best performance and result of the campaign. Sadly for Everton, that victorious side was Manchester United.

And if Erik ten Hag, forced to watch on from the stands as he served a touchline ban, can point out this was his side’s fifth win in six league games, United had failed the major tests this season. In the hostility of an angry Goodison Park, a side missing eight injured players passed this one in unexpectedly impressive fashion.

Deducted 10 points, Everton were unable to claw back three but when, galvanised by a sense of injustice, they launched an onslaught, United survived it.

Read Richard Jolly’s full match report from Goodison Park below:

Alejandro Garnacho’s moment of magic inspires Man Utd’s result of the season

That’s all for today

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There’s no time for Everton to lick their wounds, with Dyche’s side now firmly in a relegation dogfight. They face a trip to Nottingham Forest next weekend. Man United, meanwhile, have three league wins on the bounce and next up face a must-win game in the Champions League against Galatasaray.

That’s all for us today, though. Thanks for tuning in and we’ll see you next time!

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Everton’s unwanted poor record at home this season continues. After today’s result, only Burnley (0) have earned fewer points at home than Everton (4) in the Premier League so far this campaign.

It also represents the fewest points the Toffees have ever picked up from their opening seven home matches of a league season. That will certainly need to change if they are to fight their way out of the relegation zone.

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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More from Tarkowski: “The result is really important for us - we know that. But the frustration is just that we didn’t get the result not that we didn’t perform well. We can be pleased with a lot of things. That’s the same level of performance we’ve put in in recent weeks and won games so sometimes the rub of the green just isn’t on our side.

“There’s obviously a lot of stuff going on but our job as players is to prepare, go out onto the pitch and pick up three points. Everything else around that is going to keep on going but we can’t affect it. We focus on what we can do.”

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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James Tarkowski Everton defender, speaking to Sky Sports: “It’s a pretty frustrating afternoon but there are positives to take, especially in the first half. We played really well and then they scored one of the best goals I’ve ever seen.

“But then we dominated; we pressed really well and turned a team who want to play football into kicking it long. We had four or five good chances and didn’t stick it in the back of the net and then the penalty kills the game.

“I haven’t seen it back but it seemed soft at the time but it’s just another thing that has gone against us. We’ll just get back into training and ready to go again.”

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Erik ten Hag, Man United boss, speaking to Sky Sports: “[Garnacho’s goal] is probably goal of the season. Also the build-up, not just the finish, was very good. The finish is fantastic. After the start of the game, we were too easy-going.

“I criticised the team at half-time. They thought they were already there. You can’t do that. You have to do 100 minutes on the pitch. Second half we did very well. Our three offensive players scored. That’s what we need. It will help us as a team.”

On Rashford’s goal: “[He needed that] a lot. You see also how great a captain Bruno is. He realised his teammate needed that goal. He has confidence in Rashford, who is a good penalty-taker. As a team, you need that leadership that you back each other.

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FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Sean Dyche, Everton manager, talking to Sky Sports: “A lot of the performance was right. In the first half, they had a great finish and it changed the feel of the early part of the game. Then we got a grip on the game. We had chances but couldn’t take them but it was a pretty decent performance from our point of view.”

On the penalty: “It’s bizarre. There’s no point. I feel for the fans. We all know what was going to happen. The VAR thing this year - I’m a big fan - but it’s been all over the place. I don’t know why because it’s the simplest thing but it seems to be mayhem all the time.

“You’re 2-0 down all of a sudden from a nothing moment, one you think has gone for you. It’s not just about that but it doesn’t help. The mentality was good; we kept knocking on the door and creating chances so I’m really pleased with that.

“This season we’ve created a lot of chances and not scored goals but we have to maintain our belief. Our mentality will serve us well this season.”

On the points deduction: “Ten points taken away from anyone will change their season. Until the appeals process goes through we have to play away the noise.”

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FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Alejandro Garnacho, tonight’s man of the match, speaking to Sky Sports: “I cannot believe it [that he scored his overhead kick]. To be honest, I didn’t see it go in, I just turned around and listened and thought ‘oh my god’. One of the best I have scored - I am very happy.”

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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More from Fernandes: “We’ve had the togetherness since the beginning of the season. Obviously, the results didn’t show that and results are really football in football. These days, everyone is expecting you to win every game - especially at Man United - but the togetherness is there and it’s just about getting the results back.”

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United captain, speaking to Sky Sports after the game: “It’s always tough to play against Everton. They’re a really good team; very direct, strong, but our performance was really good. We could’ve been better in the last 20 minutes of the first half, but we did the job.

On Garnacho’s performance: “Ah, so-so! I’ll give him a good note just for the goal. But that’s because he knows I have big expectations for him.

“He’s not a great player yet, but he has a big future ahead. We expect a lot from him. He knows that - even more from me - I’ll always be behind him asking for more. Amazing goal though - not everyone can do that.”

On giving the penalty to Rashford: “I felt Marcus need a bit of confidence and his goal. He is an excellent penalty taker too and I was 100 per cent sure he could score that penalty. It’s not about who takes it, it’s about scoring it and he did that perfectly.

“Strikers, wingers they want to score goals - that’s part of their game - and it gives them a boost. After the penalty, Marcus was unstoppable so sometimes you just need that chance to get your confidence back but he has been great for us.

“Obviously last season he was amazing so everyone’s expectations were higher so it’s just about getting his goals back and everyone will be saying he’s world-class again.”

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FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Three goals and three points for United.

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FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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Let’s take a look at United’s second-half goals. The first came from the spot, with Rashford converting after Martial was brought down by Young.

And the Frenchman would get in on the act later on, with a cute chip over Pickford:

FULL-TIME: Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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The stands have already begun emptying as the referee calls an end to this game that will be remembered for that stunning overhead kick from Garnacho in the first half. That goal set United on their way, with Rashford’s penalty and Martial’s deft finish putting the result beyond doubt for Erik ten Hag’s side

It was from easy going for the visitors - especially in the first half - but with those three points, they move up to sixth in the table and just four points off the top four.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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90+4 mins: A late chance for Everton from the set piece but Harrison can’t force the ball over the line from close range. It’s been one of those days in front of goal for the home side.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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90+2 mins: Gueye finds his way into the referee’s book for a late challenge on Mejbri.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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90+1 mins: We’re into the first of six minutes of added time her on Merseyside. United just winding down the clock before Chermiti comes close to a late consolation as his searing effort from the edge of the box flies just wide of the right post.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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90 mins: Another late Everton substitution as Doucoure makes way for Dobbin.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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88 mins: So close to a fourth for United as Rashford surges clear down the right. it’s a two-on-one but Tarkowski does superbly to intercept the Englishman’s low cross which was heading for Fernandes inside the area.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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85 mins: Pellistri tries his luck from the edge of the box, but his curling effort is saved well by Pickford down to his right.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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84 mins: Martial is the latest substitution as this game begins to wind down. Mejbri is the man who comes on in his place.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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82 mins: Everton turn to their bench again as Calvert-Lewis is brought off for Chermiti.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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77 mins: OFF THE BAR! Mykolenko has had a number of chances this evening and that’s as close as he’s got so far. It’s a well-struck effort that has the beating of Onana but it rattles of the underside of the crossbar before bouncing clear.

Everton 0-3 Manchester United

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76 mins: With that goal, United make another change. Shaw is playing his first game in a while but is brought off early as Wan-Bissaka replaces him.

GOAL! Everton 0-3 Manchester United (Martial, 75 mins)

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Martial surely wraps up all three points! His ninth goal against Everton puts United 3-0 ahead and it’s a lovely finish.

Fernandes slides the Frenchman in on goal and it’s a deft chip over Pickford and into the back of the net to get himself on the scoresheet on his return to the starting XI.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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73 mins: A host of changes now as Mainoo and Garnacho make way to huge applause from the United away end. Pellistri and Amrabat come on in their place.

Everton make a double change, too, as McNeil and Young are replaced by Patterson and Danjuma.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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71 mins: CLOSE! So close to a third from United. Rashford surges down the left after a good pass from Lindelof and he does superbly to pick out Garnacho at the back post. The Argentine is at full stretch and can only guide his effort into the side netting.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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68 mins: Another teasing ball in from Everton but Lindelof and Maguire have been solid so far and once again shepherd the ball clear, albeit at the expense of a corner. Onana does well to come through a crowd and get a punch on the cross before claiming it fully on the second attempt.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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66 mins: Another good move from Everton as Harrison is slid through down the right. His ball in is looking for Calvert-Lewin but Maguire does well to get the block in as the loose ball pops up into the hands of Onana.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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64 mins: Mainoo has had an assured game so far and releases Fernandes well down the line. The United captain wins a corner for his side but Garnacho slices well wide after United recycle the ball from the set piece.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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61 mins: A speculative long-range effort from Mykolenko but it’s skewed well wide of the post. Everton need to make one of these chances stick sooner rather than later.

Everton 0-2 Manchester United

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57 mins: SAVE! Everton almost hit back straight away as Gueye lets fly from range but it’s a superb diving save from Onana to tip the ball around the post for a corner.

GOAL! Everton 0-2 Manchester United (Rashford, 56 mins)

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A slight surprise as Rashford steps up to take the penalty rather than Fernandes but it’s the desired result for the visitors as the England international smashes the ball past Pickford and into the roof of the net.

United double their lead and it’s a long way back for Everton now.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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55 mins: PENALTY! The referee takes a look at the monitor and overturns his original decision. There was definitely contact between Young and Martial so it’s understandable why it’s been awarded.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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52 mins: Martial darts inside the area and has a coming together with Young. The referee initially books Martial for simulation but VAR is having a look now...

John Brooks heads to the monitor.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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47 mins: An early sight of goal for United as McTominay tries his luck from long range. Well over the bar, though.

KICK-OFF! Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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Everton get us back underway in this second half. Can they find the much-needed equaliser in the second half?

Gary Neville hails ‘magical’ Alejandro Garnacho bicycle kick for United against Everton

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Gary Neville hailed Alejandro Garnacho’s stunning ‘magical’ bicycle kick against Everton.

The pre-match talk had been dominated by Everton’s 10-point deduction and Erik ten Hag’s decision to award teenager Kobbie Mainoo his first Premier League start in place of Marcus Rashford.

But Manchester United’s Garnacho stole the headlines with what could yet become the goal of the season.

Diogo Dalot sent a cross in from the right and Garnacho hit a stunning overhead kick, drawing similarities to Rooney’s feat in the Manchester derby back in 2011.

Garnacho spotted the opportunity immediately, adjusted his body and rose into the air to hit it perfectly into the top corner giving England number one Jordan Pickford no chance to make the save.

Gary Neville hails ‘magical’ Alejandro Garnacho bicycle kick against Everton

HALF-TIME: Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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A slender lead at the break:

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HALF-TIME: Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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And here is that goal we’ve been talking about from Garnacho. What a strike:

HALF-TIME: Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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More boos from the Everton faithful as the half-time whistle goes. Their team are behind at the break after Garnacho’s sublime overhead kick but they’ve been by far the better team since then.

Calvert-Lewin, McNeil, Doucoure and Gueye all with big chances that have passed the home side by. They’ll have to be more clinical after the break.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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45 mins: Two minutes off added time to bring this first half to a close.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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41 mins: OVER! Another chance comes and goes for Everton as Calvert-Lewin heads over. It’s a superb cross from Young, right onto the head of the striker but he just can’t keep it down as it sails over the bar.

Another chance now as Calvert-Lewin surges forward again. He finds Doucoure who offloads it to Gueye but the midfielder slices his effort wide.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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39 mins: Since that Garnacho goal, United have really struggled to impose themselves on this encounter. Since the goal, they have had just one shot, while Everton have had seven.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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33 mins: WIDE! Three big chances in as many minutes for Everton but Doucoure fires wide on this occasion. Rashford is dispossessed on the right as McNeil’s low cross into the box finds the Everton midfielder on the edge of the box. It’s well-struck from Doucoure but it just drifts wide off the post.

The United goal is living a charmed life at the moment.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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32 mins: OFF THE LINE! More pressure from Everton and it’s the youngster Mainoo who comes to United’s rescue. Onana makes the initial stop to deny Calvert-Lewin but the midfielder gets back superbly to clear McNeil’s follow-up effort over the line with the outside of his boot.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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31 mins: CHANCE! Calvert-Lewin gets across the United defence from the corner and has a free header at the near post. The connection is good from the Everton striker but it’s straight down Onana’s through who is able to make a regulation save.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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29 mins: That is unfortunate for Doucoure. Garnacho cleared away the ball after a foul was given but it’s the Everton midfielder who goes into the book instead for dissent having tried to raise the issue with the referee.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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28 mins: It’s been a very scrappy, stop-start kind of match so far and I’m not too sure which side - if either - it suits. Garnacho has room to stretch his legs down the left wing but Branthwaite does well to get across and snuff out the danger.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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25 mins: McTominay brings both Gueye and Young to the floor with a clumsy challenge and United must defend a free-kick. However, the delivery is poor and cleared away at the front post. The loose ball drops to Mykolenko but he fires wide from range.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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22 mins: The goalscorer Garnacho draws a late challenge from Young who goes into the book for that one. A good opportunity to whip in a cross from this left side for United but it’s a poor delivery from Fernandes and cleared easily by Young.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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18 mins: Onana almost concedes a corner with a poor touch inside his box but is able to clear the ball out for a throw-in.

It’s still a more-than-lively atmosphere inside Goodison Park from the home fans. There certainly making their voices heard.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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13 mins: The boos continue from Everton as we pass the ten-minute mark. Fireworks have been set off outside the ground now as Shaw fires over with a half-volley on the edge of the box.

An action-packed start to this encounter.

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"I said it was the best goal I've ever seen live, but I think it's the best goal I've ever seen,” Gary Neville says on commentary about Garnacho’s strike.

Wayne Rooney’s against Man City and Gareth Bale’s against Liverpool in the Champions League final spring to mind for me as other overhead kick contenders.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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10 mins: Calvert-Lewin drifts out wide to receive the ball but his eventual effort is scuffed and Onana makes a comfortable save down low to his right.

Everton 0-1 Manchester United

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7 mins: Jack Harrison is incensed as the referee gives a goal-kick when the Everton winger thought he had won a corner. He may well have a case having looked at the replays.

GOAL! Everton 0-1 Manchester United (Garnacho, 3 mins)

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Oh. My. Word.

A wondergoal from Garnacho to open the scoring. The cross from Dalot is behind the forward but he backpeddles before pulling off a sublime overhead kick which flies into the top corner. Pickford is helpless and Goodison Park is briefly stunned into silence.

That’s the goal of the season wrapped up by November.

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KICK-OFF! Everton 0-0 Manchester United

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A loud atmopshere at Goodison Park as this game gets underway. Thousands of signs are being waved by Everton fans with the word ‘corrupt’ on - a clear sign of how fans inside this stadium feel about the ten-point deduction handed down to their club.

Erik ten Hag speaking to Sky Sports before kick-off

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On giving Kobbie Mainoo his first start: “We have all seen him in pre-season, but then he dropped out with a bad injury. He worked hard to get back, he’s back and match-fit and has played some games - he’s prepared and ready.

On Luke Shaw’s return: “You miss every player, but Luke Shaw is massive. We’re very happy he’s back because he will definitely contribute to our success.”

Kick-off fast approaching

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We’ve got about ten minutes until kick-off in Merseyside and the stands are packed. It should be a fiery atmosphere generated by the home side after everything that has gone on recently and they’ll be keen to play their part in a much-needed home win today.

Everton vs Manchester United

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Everton need a win today but have won just one of their last eight Premier League meetings with Manchester United (D4 L3), a 1-0 home win in April 2022. Furthermore, should they lose today they would become the first side to lose 40 games to a single opponent in the competition’s history.

The fans in Goodison Park will be hoping that doesn’t come to fruition.

Former England manager Terry Venables dies aged 80

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Some sad news before today’s fixture as earlier on, it was announced that former England manager and player Terry Venables has died at the age of 80.

Venables played twice for England but he was more well known for his managerial than playing career, and was in charge of the national side between 1994 and 1996, when he led the team to the semi-finals of the Euros, before they were knocked out on penalties by Germany.

Known as El Tel, the 80-year-old passed away after a long illness.

Former England manager Terry Venables dies aged 80

How the Farhad Moshiri era left Everton languishing on the brink of ruin

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It was the sort of comment that might have been made in recent seasons when Everton were found in the relegation zone. “The position Everton finds itself in is of its own making,” came the damning conclusion. Except that this was the independent commission’s verdict on their financial position, referencing losses that topped £300m in three years and – crucially – where they were deemed to have lost £124.5m under the Premier League’s Profit & Sustainability rules, £19.5m more than permitted.

Deducted 10 points as a punishment, the position Everton find themselves in now is 19th, level on points with bottom club Burnley. Privately, Sean Dyche may note they are still above his former employers, even though Vincent Kompany has spent the kind of sums he was never afforded. If 38 points became a footballing cliché, a byword for safety, Everton, who only actually mustered 36 last season, may have to target 48 this year.

How the Farhad Moshiri era left Everton languishing on the brink of ruin

Sir Jim Ratcliffe considers former Liverpool sporting director to oversee Manchester United’s new era

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The Glazer family and Sir Jim Ratcliffe are still discussing the legal points of what the ownership structure of Manchester United would look like after INEOS’ takeover of a 25 percent stake, having agreed on the broad principles of the purchase.

The prospective deal has been described by those involved as one of the most complicated in the long recent list of football takeovers, due to the distinctive condition of the minority owner taking full control of the sporting side of the club.

It is understood that Ratcliffe’s eventual football staff would not have to run major decisions past the Glazers, as has been the case for the last decade.

Read the latest on Manchester United’s takeover news from Miguel Delaney:

INEOS considers ex-Liverpool sporting director to oversee Man Utd’s new era

Kobbie Mainoo handed first Manchester United start

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So who is Kobbie Mainoo?

The midfielder, who has replaced Christian Eriksen in the starting XI for the trip to Everton is a product of the academy.

He joined United at the age of nine and signed his first professional contract in May 2022.

He has only made three senior appearances before the clash with the Toffees, all of which came last season.

He played in the Carabao Cup against Charlton, FA Cup against Reading and in the 3-0 Premier League win over Leicester in February.

The 18-year-old picked up an injury at the start of the season, so his chances have been limited.

Mainoo has also represented the national side at under-17, under-18 and under-19 levels.

Everton fans fly plane over Etihad Stadium protesting the Premier League

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plane over the Etihad Stadium during Manchester City’s clash against Liverpool with a banner reading: “Premier League = Corrupt #UTFT #EFC”

The protest comes on the back of an independent commission docking Everton 10-points for breaking the league’s profit and sustainability rules, a move which Toffees manager Sean Dyche described as ‘disproportionate’.

There is a lot of unrest on Merseyside towards the Premier League for the sanction, which has sent Everton into the relegation zone, with protest the latest part of the ongoing saga.

Everton fans fly plane over Etihad Stadium protesting the Premier League

Everton vs Manchester United team news

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Everton make one change from the side that beat Crystal Palace before the international break, as Amadou Onana has not recovered from a calf injury, with Idrissa Gueye starting.

Everton starting XI: Pickford, Young, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Harrison, Garner, Gueye, McNeil, Doucoure, Calvert-Lewin

Everton vs Manchester United team news

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Manchester United made three changes to the starting XI for the trip to Goodison Park.

Teenager Kobbie Mainoo was handed his first competitive start for the club in place of the injured Christian Eriksen.

Luke Shaw will return at left back, while Antony Martial will lead the line.

Manchester United XI: Onana, Dalot, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Mainoo, McTominay, Rashford, Fernandes, Garnacho, Martial

Everton vs Manchester United - confirmed team news

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And the teams are in!

Everton: Pickford; Young, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko; Gueye, Garner, Doucoure; Harrison, Calvert-Lewin, McNeil

Manchester United: Onana; Dalot, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Mainoo, McTominay, Fernandes; Garnacho, Martial, Rashford

Sean Dyche reacts to Everton points deduction: ‘Feels disproportionate’

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Everton boss Sean Dyche has expressed shock at the “disproportionate” 10-point penalty imposed on the club but insisted he and his players are ready to take on the latest challenge put in front of them.

Dyche was trying to enjoy a short break during the international window when he got word of the unprecedented sanction handed down by an independent commission for breaches of the Premier League’s financial rules – a penalty that Everton will appeal against.

Speaking publicly for the first time on the matter, Dyche said: “I think like everyone, certainly in these parts, I was shocked and seemingly from the wave of noise after that, most people in football are shocked by the enormity of it.

“Disproportionate is a word used by the club. Obviously we feel a bit aggrieved by that, but on the other hand it doesn’t change the focus. The focus since I got there is sorting things out on the pitch, getting the team to win.”

Sean Dyche reacts to Everton points deduction: ‘Feels disproportionate’

Erik ten Hag prepared for Everton to be ‘mad’ and urges Man Utd to match them

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag knows Everton’s players and fans will be “mad” about the 10-point penalty imposed on the club and has challenged his team to meet fire with fire on Sunday.

United make the short trip to Goodison Park this weekend to face a Toffees team fuelled by a sense of injustice after an independent commission imposed the sanction on the club a week ago for a breach of Premier League profitability and sustainability rules.

Ten Hag is expecting Goodison Park to be a bearpit on Sunday but is determined his players will not be outmuscled.

“It’s always about us, I can see the opposition and I can see they are mad, but then finally it’s about us,” he said at a press conference on Friday afternoon.

“If they are mad and that’s their fuel, we have to match those standards. When we match the standards we have a very good chance to win the game.”

Erik ten Hag prepared for Everton to be ‘mad’ and urges Man Utd to match them

Harry Maguire reveals how he reclaimed Manchester United place: ‘I had to be patient’

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Harry Maguire believes he is getting his reward for rejecting a move away from Manchester United after regaining his place in the team.

The £80m centre-back lost his spot in the side last season, was stripped of the captaincy by manager Erik ten Hag in the summer and United then accepted a £30m bid from West Ham.

But Maguire opted to stay at Old Trafford and has become Ten Hag’s first-choice central defender. After Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez were the preferred pairing last season, the England international is now keeping the World Cup winner on the bench.

The 30-year-old did not start any of United’s first seven games of the season but has now begun each of the last eight and Maguire feels he was right not to quit Old Trafford and to adopt a patient approach in difficult times.

He said: “I am really enjoying my football and I really enjoy playing for this club. I was willing to stay and fight for my place and we have four or five top international centre-backs at this club and the competition for places is really high.”

Harry Maguire reveals how he reclaimed Man Utd place: ‘I had to be patient’

Everton vs Manchester United: Predicted line-ups

14:55 , Ben Fleming

We should get team news in just over half an hour, but here are our predicted XI’s.

Everton: Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko; Gueye, Garner, Doucoure; Harrison, Calvert-Lewin, McNeil

Manchester United: Onana; Dalot, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Amrabat, McTominay, Fernandes; Antony, Martial, Rashford

Everton vs Manchester United: early team news

14:45 , Ben Fleming

Everton captain Seamus Coleman could be in contention to return after a long-term injury layoff while Amadou Onana is a doubt due to a calf problem.

Manchester United goalkeeper is expected to be fit despite picking up a knock while on Cameroon duty. Luke Shaw could make his first appearance since the second week of the season while Rasmus Hojlund faces a late fitness test. Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez and Jonny Evans are long-term absentees.

Everton vs Manchester United: all you need to know

14:35 , Ben Fleming

When is Everton vs Manchester United?

The match kicks off at 4:30pm GMT on Sunday 26 November at Goodison Park.

How can I watch it?

It will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, with coverage following the previous match between Tottenham and Aston Villa. If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription.

Everton vs Manchester United

12:50 , Ben Fleming

Good afternoon and welcome to The Independent’s live coverage of the Premier League fixture between Everton and Manchester United.

Everton were building momentum before the international break, with just one league defeat in five games, but that momentum was halted by the club’s ten-point deduction for breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.

Sean Dyche claimed he was ‘shocked’ by the severity of the punishment but there is no time to lick any wounds as they prepare for the visit of United.

Erik ten Hag’s languish in eighth and still have plenty of questions of their own to answer after a less-than-impressive start to the season but can make it three league wins on the bounce with a victory today. Stay tuned for all the latest build-up and team news ahead of kick-off!