Everton fans react to Dominic Calvert-Lewin display vs Manchester United

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In only the third minute, he dithered over a kick for so long that, when he finally tried to send the ball forward, Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin was able to block it into the United net.

"That was the lowest I've been", Solskjaer said, referring to the Everton defeat. He went through a hard patch last season but he has been very good this season.

"I think you all know that and remember that".

"He is too slow for the goal".

The ball came back out to Calvert-Lewin who took a touch past his man, fired a shot goalwards that deflected heavily off Maguire inside the corner. He chases everything, he chases paper on a windy day.

"It was a game of two halves - first half, we were excellent".

Solskjaer has the added complication of Dean Henderson, who is on loan at Sheffield United and in fine form.

It was the Blues who came forward in the second minute of stoppage time searching for a victor as Bernard clipped a great ball into the box to find Richarlison who delayed long enough to knock into Sigurdsson's path but his shot was saved on the line by De Gea before the Icelander was cleaned out by Aaron Wan-Bissaka's desperate lunge.

"He's doing really well at the moment. and the day he comes back he's obviously fighting to play here as well". And Dean is a very good challenger and Sergio [Romero] is a decent challenger as well.

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"These are the boys we want to build the next team around".

"I wouldn't be surprised", Keane said on Sky Sports.

"I didn't disrespect him but I can understand because, for the referee, there were a lot of important decisions at the end of the game".

England legend Lineker was clearly impressed by what he saw from Fernandes as he took to his personal Twitter account after the Portugal international's goal. The build-up is important. In my opinion he has to be better.

"It was a fantastic save", said Solskajer. "He's got so much enthusiasm and smile about him".

"I want to keep this conversation private, now he's doing a report to the Football Association and we will see".

Calvert-Lewin believes he should have been awarded a goal. "His save to his right was fantastic - I was 100 per cent sure that would be a goal".

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has this afternoon provided a fitness update on his squad, ahead of the club's meeting with Manchester United.

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