Full-time here at Goodison Park and what a performance it has been from the Toffees, absolutely dictating the game from the first minute, Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Digne and Walcott the scorers. Everton 4-0 Manchester United.
SAVE! First shot on target from the guests is well saved by Pickford after Martial has a dig from the edge of the area after some good play on the left wing.
After a sensational goal from the Frenchman he needs the assistance of the medical staff to assist him off the pitch and Jagielka comes on in his place.
Horrible scenes for the hosts as Digne is on the floor requiring treatment, it doesn't look like he is going to make it till the end.
Ten minutes to go and Everton still look the stronger of the two, not much in terms of effort from the visitors who require David De Gea to make another save at his near post following a volley from Coleman.
Third and final change for United as Rashford is replaced by Pereira.
Substitution for Everton as McCarthy replaces Gueye after returning from that horrific injury against West Brom last year.
CHANCE! Lukaku brings the ball down in the area but can't make anything of the chance and the ball falls for Pogba, he slips it into Matic on the edge of the area but he can't find the target.
OVER! Rashford, who hasn't had much to work with today tries to take matters into his own hands but he fires well over from outside the area.
MISS! Huge chance for United after Pogba slips Martial into the area, he moves around two Everton defenders before firing wide of goal from the penalty spot, not good enough from the Frenchman.
McTominay with a yellow card after Martial goes down acrobatically in the area, Coleman made a superb tackle and the referee gives McTominay a yellow for a late challenge in frustration of denied penalty.
GOAL! Everton make it four. Manchester misery, but Everton have bee incredible. Theo Walcott uses his pace to run onto the of a fantastic bit of play on the left side and he slips it through De Gea's legs.
We've seen three fabulous goals by Everton so far and we might not be finished just yet. The visitors have barely ventured into the final third and now they need to score three goals in the last half an hour.
GOAL! Sensational hit from Digne! United fail to deal with yet another Everton corner and the ball falls for Digne following De Gea's punch and he slaps it on the volley into the back of the net!
CLOSE! Bernard does well on the left flank to skip past Young and slip the ball in for Digne who whips a cross in that comes agonizingly close to Calvert-Lewin inside the area.
Walcott, who was out early to warm up is the Brazilians replacement.
Richarlison looks like he needs to be replaced as he hits the deck again clutching his rib.
After what I assume to be a feisty team talk, Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer's men get us back underway with a hill to climb. He has made two changes at the break with Young and McTominay replacing Jones and Fred.
Richarlison is on the deck after struggling with some rib pain in the last few minutes. It looks to be cause for concern for Marco Silva.
Half-time here at Goodison Park and it has been a showing from the Toffees as they show their dominance over top six opposition of late. They enter the break 2-0 up thanks to Sigurdsson and Richarlison. Everton 2-0 Manchester United.
Sigurdsson and Digne over it as normal as Sigurdsson sends in a whipped ball but Dalot is on hand to atone for his error.
Free-kick to Everton at the tail end of the half after Dalot brings down Richarlison.
Jones okay to continue but after a catalogue of errors at the back for United which leads to Richarlison's snap shot being saved by De Gea.
Crucial interception from Jones as Bernard looked set to be in on goal, he is still down following the heroic sliding block..
Rashford lobs it into the area and the Everton defense deal with it after Sigurdsson smacks it clear.
Schneiderlin upends Pogba in a promising position for the guests, a chance to get the big men up with a free-kick on the right flank.
Nine attempts to three for the hosts as they continue to pen the visitors back who still look half asleep.
The second goal came just as United were starting to improve and get into the game, they now have it all to do if they are to get anything from this game.
GOAL! Simply splendid from Sigurdsson who whacks one in from 35 yards! United are caught on the break and Sigurdsson looks like he has slowed the ball down but he cuts inside and spanks it into the bottom corner from range!
OVER! Rashford tries to break the ball as he hits an extremely powerful shot over the crossbar and into the stands. Maybe a bit too far out for the Englishman.
YELLOW! First yellow of the game goes to Gueye after he caught Fred badly close to 40 yards out.
CLOSE! And that shows how little United need to grab a goal. A long ball over the top meets Rashford on the go and he flicks the ball just over the crossbar.
Another flurry of Digne corners causes havoc for the United defense, they haven't seen any of the ball and the Toffees keep putting in dangerous deliveries.
GOAL! United are punished for the slow start as Richarlison sends them into the lead! A long throw from Digne is flicked on by Calvert-Lewin and the Brazilian thunders an acrobatic effort beyond De Gea.
SAVE! Fantastic save from De Gea! United fail to clear the corner and its lifted to the back-stick to Richarlison who brings it down excellently before firing towards the corner but De Gea makes a smart stop, the Brazilian misses the follow up.
Very lethargic early stages for the visitors, Fred brings down Sigurdsson about 40 yards out. The Icelandic flicks it in and forces a corner off Matic.
The hosts continue their good start as they limit the Red Devils to just a few long range passes, they have been zipping the ball around the United box with intent in the early stages.
Sigurdsson's cross is well dealt with by the United defense.
Bright start from the hosts who hold most of the early possession, a mix up at the back for the visitors force a corner..
The hosts get us rolling at an electric Goodison Park.
Good afternoon and welcome to our LIVE coverage of today's Premier League clash between Everton and Manchester United, taking place at the beautiful Goodison Park.
Everton XI: Pickford; Coleman, Keane, Zouma, Digne; Gueye, Schneiderlin; Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Bernard; Calvert-Lewin.
Bench: Stekelenburg, Jagielka, Walcott, Tosun, McCarthy, Davies, Lookman.
United XI: De Gea; Lindelof, Jones, Smalling, Dalot; Matic, Fred, Pogba; Rashford, Martial; Lukaku.
Bench: Romero, Sanchez, Mata, Lingard, Pereira, Young, McTominay.
A couple changes for Marco Silva after their shock loss at Fulham last weekend, Schneiderlin comes in for the suspended Andre Gomes and former United defender Michael Keane replaces Phil Jagielka at the back.
Dalot, Matic and Lukaku come into the United starting eleven to replace Young, Lingard and McTominay as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to turn a poor run of form after suffering 5 defeats in their last 7 competitive matches.
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