Everton boss Marco Silva says that he didn’t really enjoy the second half of his side’s 2-0 home win against Burnley which was followed by a lap of appreciation from the players, as Bonusbets.com reports.
The Blues went two up within 20 minutes thanks to goals from Richarlison (courtesy of a Ben Mee deflection) and Seamus Coleman and effectively killed off the game.
The visitors offered very little to entertain their travelling fans, who resorted to cheering Bernard whenever his attempts to get onto this week’s SoccerAM showboat feature didn’t quite work.
But Silva said that he didn’t enjoy the second half of the game and that his side could do much better, despite earning yet another three points and keeping an 8th clean sheet from 10 games.
He told the BBC after the game, “The players have been doing well.
“The last 10 games we have had eight clean sheets and have been playing offensive football. The players have been enjoying what they are doing and we have achieved three points again.
“We were always in control. We deserved those two goals in that moment. I didn’t really like the second half.
“We were in control but gave some chances to them. We could do better.”