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Southampton 1-2 Everton: Dwight McNeil and Conor Coady complete sensational comeback


Would Everton have come back to win this game last season? No, certainly not. Would Southampton manage to hold on to win it last term? Well, no.

Everton showed fight and togetherness as they came back from a goal down in emphatic fashion to make it seven matches unbeaten, the best run of the Frank Lampard era.

As for Southampton, it’s nothing new. Since the start of last season, they’ve dropped a league-high 35 points from winning positions in the Premier League.

Dwight McNeil scored the winning goal for Everton with a sensational half-volley finish

Dwight McNeil scored the winning goal for Everton with a sensational half-volley finish

Joe Aribo had opened the scoring early in the second half for Southampton to put them one-up

Joe Aribo had opened the scoring early in the second half for Southampton to put them one-up

But Frank Lampard's side hit back, as Conor Coady equalised, before McNeil's winner

But Frank Lampard’s side hit back, as Conor Coady equalised, before McNeil’s winner

Everton are now seven games unbeaten as they continue to build under Frank Lampard

Everton are now seven games…



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