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Another goal for Chelsea! Nemanja Matic has just too much space on the edge of the box after being teed up and finds the bottom corner to extinguish the Everton charge. All over?
Aiden McGeady OFF, old man Samuel Eto'o ON for his Everton debut.
3 - Steven Naismith has now scored in all three of Everton's Premier League games this season. Danger.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 30, 2014
Yowzers! Moments after Eden Hazard does extremely well down the left to cut inside and grab another for Chelsea via a deflection off Seamus Coleman, Steven Naismith arrives at the far post to receive an Aidan McGeady pass and stab home. That comes after Tim Howard reacts so furiously to the Chelsea goal that he ends up in the referee’s book. The goalkeeper grabs Diego Costa by the scruff of the neck and gets a telling off. Why? We’re not so sure...
Peter Staunton reports: “Everton very much with a head of steam and Chelsea will wonder where that early dominance disappeared to.”
Brilliant stuff from Gary Cahill. Romelu Lukaku looks set to reach a flick-on from Steven Naismith as he bears down on goal but Cahill gets there just in time to take the ball off the toe of his former team-mate. Crucial interception.
Garry Monk on top-of-the-table Swansea: "It's a good start, but that's all it is, a start for us. We obviously understand there's a long way to go and a lot more work to do, but in terms of today and the start that we've had, we're pretty much where we should be. It's good to have that winning habit."
Peter Staunton reports from Goodison Park: "Diego Costa, so often a villain in the colours of Atletico, is in trouble again and receives a booking for a clash off the ball with Seamus Coleman. Everton fans building some atmosphere now."
What a chance, what a save! Diego Costa gets the better of Phil Jagielka - as England coach Gary Neville points out again (I wouldn’t want to be Jags next week) - and is through on goal. With only Tim Howard to beat, the American goalkeeper stands his ground and pulls off an excellent save to deny the striker a second goal.
Everton have an attempt early on in this second half. The ball is squared to Romelu Lukaku, keen to make an impact against his former club, on the edge of the box but he fires well over the bar. Don’t forget, the hosts have still got Samuel Eto’o to come on...
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LIVE: Everton 1-2 Chelsea
While we wait for the second half, a little reminder of the day's results. Angel Di Maria had an impressive start to life as a Manchester United player but was taken off after suffering a minor calf injury, while Manchester City were shocked by Stoke.
Burnley 0-0 Manchester United
Manchester City 0-1 Stoke
Newcastle 3-3 Crystal Palace
QPR 1-0 Sunderland
Swansea 3-0 West Brom
West Ham 1-3 Southampton
An incredible start by Chelsea, then, but credit to Everton for clawing their way back into the game. Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic had the visitors 2-0 up inside three minutes but the hosts, who also had a goal disallowed for offside, are in with a real chance now after that Kevin Mirallas effort on the stroke of half-time.
10 - Since last Aug, Seamus Coleman has been directly involved in 10 PL goals (7 goals, 3 assists), more than any other defender. Crafty.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 30, 2014