Yerry Mina returned to Everton, but fell against Norwich, a serious blow for Rafael Benítez

By Premier League, the matchday 22 match between Norwich City and Everton of Yerry Mina who was announced by the technical director Rafael Benitez, as available but was not a starter but did occupy a place in the substitutes.

The Liverpool team arrived at the game, ranking 15th in the English championship with 19 units, while their rival Norwich City this Saturday is last with 10 points.

With two consecutive defeats, in the English League, the blue team urgently needed points that would allow them to move away from the relegation zone.

He started the first part of the game with a slight possession at the hands of the “Toffes” who had few opportunities and not so clear to define.

However, the bottom of the table had other plans and was able to take the early lead in the opening minutes of the match.

In the 16th minute there was a play where the player Michael Keane sent the ball to the bottom of his goal, giving Norwich the first of the morning. Score 1-0.


Photo: Instagram Norwich

Two minutes later, the “Canarios” team again, when a counterattack took place, Adam Idah who finished off with his right leg from the center of the area directly to the goal defended by Jordan Pickford from Everton, after an assist from the British player Brandon Williams after a spectacular deep pass, a marker that leaves Norwich on top of the scoreboard. Score 2-0.

With the partial result in favor of the locals, Everton was left without further ideas and with the enormous need for coach Benítez to think about making changes for the second half.

Photo: Yerry Mina's Instagram

Photo: Yerry Mina’s Instagram

The complementary part began, with the intention of changing the course of the game, the Spanish strategist Rafael Benítez, gave Colombian Yerry Mina the opportunity so that, upon his return, after the injury that had him out of his plans, he would put his forceful stamp on the needs that the game presented at that time.

The panita entered replacing Séamus Coleman, another change that Benítez made was to release Salomón Rondón and put the Brazilian Richarlison who did not finish setting foot on the pitch to fill the visiting fans with enthusiasm, totally changing the rhythm of the match.

In the 60th minute, Everton’s discount was presented thanks to Richarlison, who shot the ball after receiving a corner kick, with Everton’s 7th sent the ball into the back of the net with his right leg. Score 2-1.

Photo: Everton's Instagram

Photo: Everton’s Instagram

In the 71st minute, Colombian Yerry Mina received a ball from a free kick that almost ended up in the second match.

The commitment ended with Norwich’s 2-1 victory against Everton, who insisted in the last minutes of the game but it was not enough to overcome the one who until now was the Premier League bottom.

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