Everton have overcome the fear of demotion to the second tier of Championship and secured their position in the Premier League next season.
Thursday night, Toffee defeated 3:2 at Goodison Park Crystal Palace, scoring 39 points. This means that Leeds can’t catch on the last day.
Everton struggled after a 2:0 half-time goal with Jean-Philippe Mateta and Jordan Ayew.
But thanks to the goals from Michael Keane, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, they created one of the best halves of the season after a break.
Everton fans hit the pitch after the final whistle when Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s second-half goal secured a 3:2 victory over Vieira’s Palace.
Everton’s victory ensured safety from demotion prior to the final match of the season against Arsenal on Sunday.
Although, when Everton knew what was at stake, they began smoking in the second half, making an impressive comeback with goals
The last whistle at Goodison Park caused a massive pitch invasion.
Everton’s survival will allow them to maintain their position as one of the six clubs in the Premier League to compete for all seasons since its formation in 1992.