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Dele Alli delights Everton fans with Instagram video after his ‘game-changing’ cameo

Dele Alli delights Everton fans with an Instagram video of him singing ‘We are the Goodison Gang’ after his ‘game changer’ inspired the shock comeback that ensured Premier League survival.

  • Dele Alli came on early in the second half with the Toffees down 2-0
  • Everton fans have praised his ‘changeable’ performance in inspiring a 3-2 win
  • The Toffees secured their status in the Premier League by taking all three points
  • Alli has delighted fans with a series of posts and a video on Instagram

Dele Alli has not had the best start to life at Everton, but he has been able to win over the supporters on a night in which the club secured its survival in the Premier League.

The 26-year-old has struggled to make an impact since moving in January from Tottenham and has yet to start a Premier League match for the Toffees.

In Thursday’s 3-2 win against Crystal Palace, Alli came on early in the second half with Frank Lampard’s side 2-0 down and produced what fans hailed as a “game-changing” performance to help for the game to go back in favor of Everton. .

Dele Alli came on early in the second half and helped Everton come from behind

Dele Alli came on early in the second half and helped Everton come from behind

The Toffees secured their survival in the Premier League with their 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace

The Toffees secured their survival in the Premier League with their 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace

Dele Alli delighted Everton fans by singing 'We are the Goodison gang' on Instagram

Dele Alli delighted Everton fans by singing ‘We are the Goodison gang’ on Instagram

It was his finest moment in an Everton shirt and he delighted the fans who maintained his status in the Premier League.

He also appears to be getting used to Everton culture, as he posted a video of himself singing ‘We are the Goodison Gang’ on Instagram live.

Alli also shared several photos on his Instagram story, including one of him with Everton managers Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines.

Alli shared a photo of himself with Everton managers Leighton Baines and Ashley Cole.

Alli shared a photo of himself with Everton managers Leighton Baines and Ashley Cole.

He also paid tribute to his teammate Seamus Coleman after his victory.

He also paid tribute to his teammate Seamus Coleman after his victory.

He also shared an image of himself with teammate Seamus Coleman, including the caption: ‘Living legend! What a man. He showed me what it was like to be an Evertonian.

His performance also caught the attention of former Tottenham teammate Steven Bergwijn, who shared a post saying: “He’s had his critics all season and since joining Everton in January but Dele Alli was fantastic when he arrived. tonight”.

‘From two goals down, he grabbed the game by the neck and pushed his team forward.

‘There is still a serious player there, let’s hope the next season starts!’

Dele Alli sent a message to his critics in response to a post shared by Steven Bergwijn

Dele Alli sent a message to his critics in response to a post shared by Steven Bergwijn

Alli replied to Bergwijn: ‘Let them talk. What a night for Toffees.

Everton fans took to social media to praise Alli’s performance with one sharing a photo of Alli with the caption: “Thank you tweet for this guy, he changed the game and hope to see him in the future.”

Lea wrote: ‘Get the fucking Dele statue’, while Tom added: ‘Dele Alli just kept us up.’

Lewis Wye tweeted: “I am really looking forward to seeing Dele Alli play more football next season.”

Brad Yates also commented, “One of the biggest cameos we’ve had in Dele Alli years, he changed the game.”

Crystal Palace had taken a 2-0 lead after goals from Jean-Phillipe Mateta and Jordan Ayew.

However, Everton produced a magnificent second-half comeback to claim victory after goals from Michael Keane, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Alli played an important part in the second goal, as Crystal Palace were unable to clear their cross before Richarlison hooked the ball past Jack Butland in goal.

His introduction by Andre Gomes brought a greater threat to Everton’s attacking play, helping them pick up the pitch to turn the game around.

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