Everton striker, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, scored two goals to give the Toffees 2-1 win at Newcastle United in a Premier League clash on Saturday.
This is Carlos Ancelotti’s second successive victory since becoming Everton’s new head coach after his debut at Goodison Park with a 1-0 win over Burnley on Thursday when Calvert-Lewin also netted a late winner for the Toffees.
Calvert-Lewin scored the opening at the 13th minute before Fabian Schar volleyed in a 59th-minute equaliser for Newcastle when Jetro Willems shot a free kick which Andy Carroll headed into Schar’s corner and he fired past Everton’s keeper, Jordan Pickford.
Everton struck again five minutes later as 22-years-old Calvert-Lewin scored from Richarlison’s perfect low cross from the right to make it 2-1.
Newcastle stepped up their attack at the visitors but Everton held on to their defence and eventually ended the game with three points while the Magpies suffered their first home defeat in nine outings.