<pre><pre>Everton 2-0 Crystal Palace: Super substitutes Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun score late for Toffees

There are times when a manager can seem a genius for his substitutions and Marco Silva certainly finished this game, which seems pretty smart.

At 82 minutes he sent Ademola Lookman and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. In 87 minutes I was celebrating as the couple combined to open the score and raise the roof of Goodison Park.

Silva's changes were in search of victory and his team responded by pressing high to create space for Lookman to produce a fine cross in which Calvert-Lewin got up to enter.

Cenk Tosun concludes the three points for Everton at Goodison Park after drilling the ball through the legs of Wayne Hennessey.

The Everton substitute celebrates after doubling the lead just minutes after Dominic Calvert-Lewin broke the deadlock

The Everton substitute celebrates after doubling the lead just minutes after Dominic Calvert-Lewin broke the deadlock

The Everton substitute celebrates after doubling the lead just minutes after Dominic Calvert-Lewin broke the deadlock

Dominic Calvert-Lewin came off the bench to break the deadlock with only four minutes for Everton

Dominic Calvert-Lewin came off the bench to break the deadlock with only four minutes for Everton

Dominic Calvert-Lewin came off the bench to break the deadlock with only four minutes for Everton

The Toffees super-sub came off the bench to break the deadlock between the hosts at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon

The Toffees super-sub came off the bench to break the deadlock between the hosts at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon

The Toffees super-sub came off the bench to break the deadlock between the hosts at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon

The young man from England rose higher to put his head butt beyond Wayne Hennessey and give Everton a much-needed breakthrough

The young man from England rose higher to put his head butt beyond Wayne Hennessey and give Everton a much-needed breakthrough

The young man from England rose higher to put his head butt beyond Wayne Hennessey and give Everton a much-needed breakthrough

The Everton squad celebrates with Calvert-Lewin (second on the right) after his opening goal of the scoreboard on Sunday afternoon

The Everton squad celebrates with Calvert-Lewin (second on the right) after his opening goal of the scoreboard on Sunday afternoon

The Everton squad celebrates with Calvert-Lewin (second on the right) after his opening goal of the scoreboard on Sunday afternoon

The Crystal Palace players seem down after conceding the opening goal so late in the game at Goodison Park

The Crystal Palace players seem down after conceding the opening goal so late in the game at Goodison Park

The Crystal Palace players seem down after conceding the opening goal so late in the game at Goodison Park

PARTY FACTS, PLAYER QUALIFICATIONS, LEAGUE TABLE AND MATCH ZONE

EVERTON: (4-2-3-1) Pickford 7.5; Coleman 6.5Keane 7.5Zouma 7Digne 7; Gueye 7Gomes 7.5 (Calvert-Lewin 82 & # 39;); Walcott 6.5 (Lookman 82 & # 39;), Sigurdsson 8Bernard 7 (Tosun 67 ' 7); Richarlison 6

UNUSED SUBSTANCES: Stekelenburg (GK); Baines, Mina, Davies, Tosun

GOALS: Calvert-Lewin (87), Tosun (89)

RESERVATIONS: Gueye (29), Coleman (80)

COACH: Marco Silva 8

CRYSTAL PALACE: (4-4-2) Hennessey 7; Wan-Bissaka 6.5Tomkins 7Sakho 7Van Aanholt 7; McArthur 6 (Wickham 89 & # 39;), Milivojevic 5Kouyate 7Schlupp 6; Townsend 7Zaha 7.5

UNUSED SUBSTANCES: Guaita (GK); Ayew, Kakai, Kelly, Puncheon, Riedewald

GOALS: Any

RESERVATIONS: Milivojevic (51)

COACH: Roy hodgson 7

REFEREE: Anthony Taylor 7.5

MAN OF THE PARTY: Gylfi Sigurdsson

PLACE OF MEETING: Goodison Park

ASSISTANCE: 38,668

Everton's super-sub Cenk Tosun made his way to double the lead and close the three points against Crystal Palace. For more than Sportsmail & # 39; s Fantastic MATCH ZONE function, click here.

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Two minutes later, the first substitute of Silva put the gloss on the victory. The authorization of Michael Keane put Cenk Tosun in a race with Mamadou Sakho and the Turkish forward won comfortably, controlling the ball excellently and then achieved a final between the legs of Wayne Hennessey.

So it's another victory to strengthen the belief that Silva will get Everton where he wants to be, even if this particular result could have been defeated just as easily.

It could have been another game in which the influence of Wilfried Zaha brought three points to his team, but Luka Milivojevic rejected the penalty won by the best Crystal Palace player with the scores at 0-0. Roy Hodgson threw his bottle to the ground when Jordan Pickford saved and it turned out to be a moment of sliding doors.

Luka Milivojevic went straight into the middle with his penalty after Wilfried Zaha was knocked down in the penalty area.

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford heroically saved the kick to the Palace with his right leg despite jumping to his left

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford heroically saved the kick to the Palace with his right leg despite jumping to his left

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford heroically saved the kick to the Palace with his right leg despite jumping to his left

The Toffees and England No 1 celebrate passionately when Milivojevic (No. 18) has his head in his hands after the penalty.

The Toffees and England No 1 celebrate passionately when Milivojevic (No. 18) has his head in his hands after the penalty.

The Toffees and England No 1 celebrate passionately when Milivojevic (No. 18) has his head in his hands after the penalty.

Milivojevic sinks to his knees after missing the opportunity to put visitors in front at Goodison Park in the second half

Milivojevic sinks to his knees after missing the opportunity to put visitors in front at Goodison Park in the second half

Milivojevic sinks to his knees after missing the opportunity to put visitors in front at Goodison Park in the second half

Palace received the penalty after Zaha (right) was raped by Seamus Coleman in the second half on Sunday afternoon.

Palace received the penalty after Zaha (right) was raped by Seamus Coleman in the second half on Sunday afternoon.

Palace received the penalty after Zaha (right) was raped by Seamus Coleman in the second half on Sunday afternoon.

Zaha passed a late fitness test to play and Everton certainly began to examine whether his hamstring injury recovered in international service was completely cured.

The instrumental player for everything Palace Do did fouls four times in the first half and when the last one was in Hodgson, he blew himself up before the fourth official.

Kurt Zouma had traversed Zaha's back, but Anthony Taylor kept his cards in his pocket. Of the four offenders, only Idrissa Gueye was booked, for having pulled Zaha while it broke, so it seems that his request to the officials for further protection has not yet been accepted.

The lack of Zouma's 35th minute, a cumbersome act rather than a malicious one, gave Luka Milivojevic a shot-dead opportunity and the Palace captain threw an excellent free kick that traveled low and bounced right in front of Jordan Pickford, so that the Everton goalkeeper pushed the post was well measured

Richarlison (right) and James Tomkins (left) collide in the air after both went to lead the ball at Goodison Park

Richarlison (right) and James Tomkins (left) collide in the air after both went to lead the ball at Goodison Park

Richarlison (right) and James Tomkins (left) collide in the air after both went to lead the ball at Goodison Park

Gylfi Sigurdsson (left) shoots from a free kick when the Crystal Palace wall jumps to block the attacking effort

Gylfi Sigurdsson (left) shoots from a free kick when the Crystal Palace wall jumps to block the attacking effort

Gylfi Sigurdsson (left) shoots from a free kick when the Crystal Palace wall jumps to block the attacking effort

Wayne Hennessey (No. 13) makes a good save to keep Palace in the game during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

Wayne Hennessey (No. 13) makes a good save to keep Palace in the game during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

Wayne Hennessey (No. 13) makes a good save to keep Palace in the game during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

From the deep corner of Andros Townsend, James Tomkins nodded and Cheikhou Kouyate stretched his 6 feet 3 inches in height with a giant leap to head towards the goal. The bow of the ball was too high for Pickford's outstretched arm, but it was not too low to prevent the bar and Everton from bouncing behind.

At that point Silva's side had been in charge. Andre Gomes, who made his Everton debut after signing a loan from Barcelona with a hamstring problem, was adding extra creativity from central midfield and Seamus Coleman, who returned to the team after missing six weeks , was giving his usual push on the right.

It was from that avenue that Everton's best chance of the half came in the 28th minute. Gylfi Sigurdsson picked up an abrupt pass from Idrissa Gueye, walked over to Coleman and kept running towards the box. Coleman found him pulled back and Sigurdsson adjusted his feet elegantly to hold an end to the top corner, only for Wayne Hennessey to make a good save.

Richarlison then put a header from the corner of Lucas Digne and Sigurdsson scored from 20 yards, but dragged his shot out.

Zaha, Palace's talisman, faces Richarlison after the two attackers met in the first half.

Zaha, Palace's talisman, faces Richarlison after the two attackers met in the first half.

Zaha, Palace's talisman, faces Richarlison after the two attackers met in the first half.

Andros Townsend (center) brakes his teammate before Theo Walcott comes to see how the Palace duo is doing

Andros Townsend (center) brakes his teammate before Theo Walcott comes to see how the Palace duo is doing

Andros Townsend (center) brakes his teammate before Theo Walcott comes to see how the Palace duo is doing

Luka Milivojevic (center) and James Tomkins (right) complain to referee Anthony Taylor for a decision on them.

Luka Milivojevic (center) and James Tomkins (right) complain to referee Anthony Taylor for a decision on them.

Luka Milivojevic (center) and James Tomkins (right) complain to referee Anthony Taylor for a decision on them.

Idrissa Gueye (center right) pulls Zaha's shirt when the forward escapes before referee Anthony Taylor (left) makes a foul.

Idrissa Gueye (center right) pulls Zaha's shirt when the forward escapes before referee Anthony Taylor (left) makes a foul.

Idrissa Gueye (center right) pulls Zaha's shirt when the forward escapes before referee Anthony Taylor (left) makes a foul.

But the threat of Zaha always rose and, at the time, his quick feet put Palace in penalty. Coleman could not resist the temptation to try a tackle when Zaha made his way to the box, but it was too slow a moment and he cut off his opponent's standing leg just as he cut the ball. Everton protested energetically, and the contact did not have a big impact, but it was enough for Zaha to fall and Taylor had made the right call. This was not a dive.

Unfortunately for Palace, it seems that Milivojevic did not see the shooting of England's World Cup against Columbia. If I had, I would have known that you are going in half against Pickford at your own risk.

Carlos Bacca was frustrated by the strong arm of Pickford in Moscow and here Milovejevic discovered that the goalkeeper of England can react with the same speed with the feet. Pickford fired his leg and the ball extended up and back. He celebrated with as much enthusiasm as in Russia.

Two minutes later it was Hennessey's turn to save with her legs. Everton made a forceful move with Gomes making a direct pass to Sigurdsson, who did the same to leave Theo Walcott clear. But the end of Walcott was too direct and a great opportunity passed.

Zaha and French fullback Everton Lucas Digne fight for possession during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

Zaha and French fullback Everton Lucas Digne fight for possession during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

Zaha and French fullback Everton Lucas Digne fight for possession during a goalless first half at Goodison Park

James McArthur (left) passes the ball while Idrissa Gueye tries to intercept the ball during the first half on Sunday afternoon

James McArthur (left) passes the ball while Idrissa Gueye tries to intercept the ball during the first half on Sunday afternoon

James McArthur (left) passes the ball while Idrissa Gueye tries to intercept the ball during the first half on Sunday afternoon

Andre Gomes (right) is harassed by two Everton players while the Portuguese midfielder tries to make things happen.

Andre Gomes (right) is harassed by two Everton players while the Portuguese midfielder tries to make things happen.

Andre Gomes (right) is harassed by two Everton players while the Portuguese midfielder tries to make things happen.

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