Everton leads the English Premier League and Chelsea regains its balance...

Everton leads the English Premier League and Chelsea regains its balance...
Everton leads the English Premier League and Chelsea regains its balance...

Everton continued his strong start and led the Premier League with a fourth successive victory when he honored his guest at Brighton 4-2, including a double by Colombian international midfielder James Rodriguez, on Saturday at the opening of the fourth stage, which saw Chelsea restore its balance with a big victory over Crystal Palace with a 4-0 win.

In the first game at Goodison Park, Everton continued their brilliant start to the season, achieving their fourth successive victory in the league and seventh in various competitions this season (with three wins in the League Cup).

Dominic Calvert Lewin (16), Colombian Jere Mina (45 + 2), James Rodriguez (52 and 70) scored Everton’s goals, France’s Neil Mobay (41) and Mali Yves Bissuma (90 + 2) scored the goals of Brighton.

Everton led the way with 12 points, three points ahead of his former partners Leicester City and Liverpool, who play Sunday, the first with its guest West Ham United, and the second with host Aston Villa.

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