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Everton beat Nottingham Forest 1-0

With a deft half-volley to the back post, McNeil scored his first goal of the season at the City Ground. Sean Dyche's team, who was at the bottom of the standings before the match due to Burnley's 5-0 victory against Sheffield United, was also assisted by the victory to climb up to 18th place. It puts more strain on Forest manager Steve Cooper following back-to-back home losses. Everton's display, according to Dyche, demonstrated the strides his team has made since having to "restart" their campaign.

He told BBC Match of the Day, "It's a step in the right direction, but there are plenty more steps to go." As the game approached its conclusion, Forest threw everything at Everton's goal, and the visitors were grateful for Jordan Pickford's late heroics. If McNeil had not missed a goal-bound attempt and Beto had not blown a spectacular opportunity, Everton's lead may have been larger.


 

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