Ancelotti explained the Calvert-Levin increase; Everton provides injury renewal

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Published date: Wednesday 30 September 2020 10:55

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti spoke openly about how and why Dominic Calvert-Levin has become such a scary center, and allayed fears that all three players would be left out for long periods after being injured.

Toffees After beating West Ham 4-1 in the EFL Cup, they have won all six of their matches in the new season.

Their free-scoring frontline was impressed once again, with Calvert-Levin and Richardson scoring all four of Everton’s goals.

Speaking after the impressive victory (by Liverpool EchoAncelotti said: “I am very happy. We played well, we had control. When West Ham is level, we don’t lose focus, concentration or motivation. It was great. “

Calvert-Levin continued his remarkable career under Italy, and Ancelotti Pointed out that his center-forward has improved so much in such a short time.

“He’s more focused on the box,” he added. “She is OK. It was a fantastic first round. He can go, he can stay (with England) it doesn’t matter, it’s not my problem.

“We had a really good start this season but our goal is the same, to be in Europe next season. We have to focus because the weather is too long. ”

Brazil’s S. Richardson also came on the score sheet, but was replaced in the second half by an ankle injury.

Jonjo Kenny and Allen also appeared to be struggling with injuries, but Ancelotti overcame her long-held fear: “I don’t think it’s going to be that bad. We’ll investigate tomorrow.” It doesn’t look so bad. ”

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