Everton went into Saturday’s clash with Crystal Palace with their new 19-year-old striker on the bench, although the fans were eagerly awaiting Moise Kean’s debut following his £25.1m move from Juventus.
65′ Second sub for #EFC – and it’s a second debut!
Moise Kean ON
Come on, Moise lad! #CRYEVE
— Everton (@Everton) August 10, 2019
With 25 minutes of the game left the Italian teenager was brought into the action, to the delight of the travelling supporters, although he failed to have an impact on the scoreline. That was mostly down to his lack of minutes, though, as he only managed 11 minutes of action before Morgan Schneiderlin was sent off and 25 in total.
European football saw what the Italian can do last season, though, as he bagged six Serie A goals for Juventus, including four in consecutive matches in late March and early April, Transfermarkt. When the Italian gets a run of starts he should be able to show what he can do, but in his short debut on Saturday he did enough to earn a respectable 6/10 rating from The Liverpool Echo.
You can read Everton fans’ verdict on Kean’s display here:
Here we go COYB!!!!! pic.twitter.com/ZUtQJd9ax4
— Craig Flaherty (@CT_Flaherty_) August 10, 2019
Kean on, stream on
— (@BaIlCarrier) August 10, 2019
Go and smash it lad
— Charlie Heyes (@heyeschaz) August 10, 2019
Make yourself a hero!
— JE (@Eubsta) August 10, 2019
Hat trick incoming
— (@RicharlisonSZN) August 10, 2019
About time….. should have started.
— Ems (@Ems01184535) August 10, 2019
Marco Silva’s side face Watford at Goodison Park next week, and that game will provide Kean with another chance to open his Everton account.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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