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West Brom 0-1 Everton: Richarlison powers Toffees into the top four

Everton forward Richarlison continued his rich vein of form by scoring the winner at the Hawthorns on Thursday night,

Gylfi Sigurdsson whipped in a superb cross and the Brazilian directed a header past the keeper in the 65th minute. 

Mbaye Diagne had an injury-time strike ruled out for offside.

The victory moved Everton into fourth place, above Chelsea and Liverpool, who met later at Anfield.

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Everton forward Richarlison continued his rich vein of form by scoring the winner

Everton forward Richarlison continued his rich vein of form by scoring the winner

Everton forward Richarlison continued his rich vein of form by scoring the winner

Gylfi Sigurdsson whipped in a superb cross and the Brazilian directed a header into the net

Gylfi Sigurdsson whipped in a superb cross and the Brazilian directed a header into the net

Gylfi Sigurdsson whipped in a superb cross and the Brazilian directed a header into the net

Everton defender Michael Keane and West Brom's Dara O'Shea challenge for the ball

Everton defender Michael Keane and West Brom's Dara O'Shea challenge for the ball

Everton defender Michael Keane and West Brom’s Dara O’Shea challenge for the ball

Everton striker Richarlison has a shot on goal under pressure from Darnell Furlong

Everton striker Richarlison has a shot on goal under pressure from Darnell Furlong

Everton striker Richarlison has a shot on goal under pressure from Darnell Furlong

West Brom forward Mbaye Diagne fires a shot over the bar during the first-half

West Brom forward Mbaye Diagne fires a shot over the bar during the first-half

West Brom forward Mbaye Diagne fires a shot over the bar during the first-half

Pickford was able to grab the ball at second attempt after coming through a crowd of players

Pickford was able to grab the ball at second attempt after coming through a crowd of players

Pickford was able to grab the ball at second attempt after coming through a crowd of players

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford dives to his right to keep out Mbaye Diagne's header

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford dives to his right to keep out Mbaye Diagne's header

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford dives to his right to keep out Mbaye Diagne’s header

Source: Daily

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