In an enjoyable Premier League competition at Goodison Park, Richarlison scored twice as Everton beat Wolves 3-2.
When Raul Jimenez bravely headed home in the 78th minute, Wolves believed they had gained a point, but two minutes later Richarlison showed his own aerial skills to rise above Willy Boly handing Everton all three points.
After switching from 16 yards after defensive miscommunication between Conor Coady and Rui Patricio, the Brazilian had placed Everton in the fifth minute.
Meanwhile, Alex Iwobi also scored his first Premier League goal for Everton, converting Gylfi Sigurdsson’s pin-point cross, after Romain Saiss had put Wolves level from close-range in a blistering opening 12 minutes.
Boly capped his side’s disappointing day by being dismissed in the dying seconds after a receiving second booking for a foul on the impressive Richarlison.
With only four Premier League games played, Everton climbed to fifth in the table, while Wolves remained in 17th and without a league win.
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