Ryan Kent almost single-handedly turned the mini-Merseyside derby on its head, as he bagged our second goal at Goodison Park.
Midway through the second half, the 19-year-old cut in from the left-hand side and, despite being closed down, went unchallenged for entirety of his run. He used the angle to unleash a wicked shot that curled away from Everton’s helpless keeper Russell Griffiths, before the ball kissed the post and hit the back of the net.
Kent had levelled the scoring with an excellent effort on the half-hour mark, which resembled his second goal. He cut in from the wing, before aiming a delicate effort across Griffiths and accurately into the corner with the inside of his right boot.
The equaliser came just three minutes after Harry Charsley had opened the scoring for the Toffees. Their early dominance was rewarded when Charsley connected with a volley from close range. However, Kent’s impact sparked his team into life.