Vitaliy Mykolenko played all 90 minutes, but did not score with effective actions.
On Monday, May 1, the match of the 34th round of the English Premier League took place, in which Leicester faced Everton.
The game was played at the King Power Stadium and ended in a 2-2 draw.
The guests opened the scoring in the 15th minute – a penalty kick was converted by Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Seven minutes later, Leicester managed to restore equality through the efforts of their defender Caglar Seyuncu.
At the 33rd minute of the meeting, Jamie Vardy scored and put the home team ahead. Just before half-time, James Maddison got a chance to score a third goal and double the lead, but his shot from the penalty mark was parried by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
In the second half, Toffee winger Alex Iwobi scored the only goal in the 54th minute.
“Leicester” – “Everton” – 2:2
Naked: Seyuncu, 22, Vardi, 33 – Calvert-Lewin, 15, Iwobi, 54
“Leicester”: Iversen, Castagne, Fas, Seyuncu, Thomas (Christiansen, 88), Ndidi (Daka, 61), Tielemans, Soumare, Maddison, Barnes (Prat, 88), Vardi
“Everton”Cast: Pickford, Coleman (Patterson 45), Tarkowski, Keene, Mikolenko, Guillet, Ducouret, Garner, Iwobi, McNeil, Calvert-Lewin
Warnings: Soumare, 44, Thomas, 53, Maddison, 89, Christansen, 90+2 – Guie, 56
Ukrainian defender of “Everton” Vitaliy Mykolenko came out in the starting lineup for this match and played all 90 minutes. The statistical portal gave the Ukrainian a score of 6.5 for this meeting. The best player of the match was Alex Iwobi – 8.0.
Leicester have kept Everton from getting ahead of themselves in the Premier League standings with the team in 16th place with 30 points from 34 games. Butterscotch, in turn, are on the 19th line, earning 29 points after 34 meetings.
In the next round of the Premier League, Everton will play against Brighton, while Leicester will face off against Fulham. Both matches will take place on May 8.