Goals from Tom Davies and Richarlison ensured that the Blues picked up three points and lifted them away from the relegation places and into 15th spot in the Premier League table.
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Danny Ings got an equaliser for the home side five minutes into the second half, but it was not enough to get anything out of the game and sees them remain in the relegation zone.
The victory for Marco Silva’s side was their first away win of the season and a big moment for the Portuguese manager after the intense scrutiny he has found himself under in recent weeks.
Big Yerald Mina giving his shirt to a young kid at the end there. Absolutely love this lad, absolute colossus and understands what it means to us. On the coach home now, not arsed how long it takes I’m absolutely buzzing! #COYB #Everton #EFC #UTT pic.twitter.com/aKRtT4msTa
— Peter Mac EFC (@PeterJMacca) November 9, 2019
After the final whistle, a video emerged on Twitter amongst the travelling supporters of the Columbian centre half throwing his shirt to a fan, which was greatly appreciated by the Goodison Park faithful.
Supporters loved what Mina did and made their feelings clear on social media about the 25-year-old’s actions.
Here you will find some of the best reactions from Everton fans:
MY MAN 💙
— James (@jamesmcduff1) November 9, 2019
He is a top lad. He gets the club you can tell.
— Dave (@DM_HIGGS) November 9, 2019
I’d give him the captain’s armband. He’s turning into a very good centre back.
— Kevin (@knagberi) November 9, 2019
— alex rigby (@alexrigby91) November 9, 2019
He’s great as well
— Fran (@frannyporter) November 9, 2019
Collosus of a man
— darren (@66darren66) November 9, 2019
Much as I love Digne, THAT is our captain for me. 💪💙 #MrEverton
— peter james needham (@pjneedham40) November 9, 2019
Starting to be a bit of a cult hero
— syndex101 (@syndex101) November 9, 2019
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