Seamus Coleman happy to silence his doubters

Seamus Coleman- Goodison left purring as Richarlison and Seamus Coleman secure third win in four as Brighton are brushed aside

Seamus Coleman reels away in celebration following his second-half collectors' item Credit REUTERS

The Toffees are ninth, just above of 11th place Brighton, ahead of their game Saturday at Goodison Park. It should have been a moment of unbridled joy but Coleman, who has struggled for form and fitness this term, decided it was time to make a point as he tore off furiously towards the Gwladys Street End, cupping his ears. Coleman would have a pivotal role to play in the result, scoring Everton's second from long range to put his side back in front.

"I was out injured for a year", said Coleman, who broke his leg on global duty with Republic of Ireland in March 2017. "My first goal since I broke my leg and I've been getting a bit of stick". It is time for Jahanbakhsh to relocate the form that saw him finish last season as the top scorer in the Eredivisie and persuaded Brighton to pay AZ £17 million (A$30.63 million).

"Thankfully, I'm back on the pitch and the fitter I get the more chances I'm sure I'll get".

"It was a tough game for us". We do not think about Chelsea.

"Unfortunately, I did not have enough central defenders during pre-season to prepare the team more because it is a formation I have used many, many times before and is a formation I like".

Lewis Dunk equalised for Brighton after Everton had taken the lead, but Seamus Coleman scored his first goal for 22 months soon after the restart before Richarlison sealed the win.

'Everything is OK apart from a small problem, nothing special, with Jags and Jonjoe, ' said Silva. Glenn Murray scored the lone goal for the Seagulls against Wolves. Our players performed really well from the first minute.

"We need to keep the ball better".

"Everton fans I know are desperate for Marco Silva to sign a striker in January, but they have a ready-made centre-forward in Richarlison", Redknapp wrote in his Daily Mail column.

Silva paid £27.5 million to bring Mina to Goodison Park from Barcelona, and having been forced to wait a long time for a foot issue to clear up, the Portuguese boss is likely to want to build his defence around the Colombia worldwide. Sometimes you have to accept you are up against quality teams.

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