Everton are unbeaten since the Premier League restart two weeks ago, with a second successive win coming courtesy of two goals in quick succession in the game’s first quarter. Thanks to the Richarlison’s struck from close range before Sigurdsson scored a debatable penalty, awarded following the use of VAR review for handball against Ndidi Wilfred.
Another blow it was for the Foxes who exited the FA Cup at the hands of Chelsea at the weekend and now face a real test to hang on to their top-four spot in the table. Everton, are looking up the table, with this win leaving them one point behind eighth-place Tottenham – a position that could be good enough to secure a European space.
Source: BBC Sport