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Everton climbed out of the Premier League relegation zone with a 2-1 win at Leicester Metropolis after defenders Vitaliy Mykolenko and Mason Holgate scored on the King Energy Stadium on Sunday.
Frank Lampard’s facet moved up two spots to sixteenth place on 35 factors, one level above the drop zone, as Leeds United slipped to 18th after a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal.
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Holgate nodded in a rebound to place Everton again in entrance on the half-hour mark after Leicester striker Patson Daka cancelled out Mykolenko’s early opener.
Holgate scored from shut vary after Richarlison‘s header was overwhelmed away by Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel following a nook.
Earlier, Mykolenko’s beautiful left-foot volley put the guests in entrance after six minutes earlier than Daka levelled the sport 5 minutes later following a defensive mix-up.
Everton fought exhausting within the second half to maintain their lead intact, with keeper Jordan Pickford making three beautiful saves as he tipped away Nampalys Mendy‘s curling effort and denied substitute Harvey Barnes twice.
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