Man of the Match and Player Grades Poll for Everton vs Bournemouth

Leighton Baines of Everton and Wayne Rooney of Everton are seen in the stands during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Everton and Sunderland at Goodison Park

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Niasse wasn't content to settle for his first Premier League goal for Everton and he bagged the victor in the 82nd minute.

Rooney was left fuming with referee Atkinson just after the half hour, and with good reason.

EVERTON (4-3-3): Pickford 6; Martina 6 (Kenny 76), Holgate 5, Williams 4, Baines 6; Gueye 6, Schneiderlin 5, Klaassen 4 (Davies 55, 7); Rooney 6 (NIASSE 55, 8), Calvert-Lewin 6, Sigurdsson 5.

When Oumar Niasse was signed for what was, at the time, a massive transfer fee of £13.5m for an untried prospect plying his trade in the comparatively remote environs of the Russian League, there was a justifiable fear among many Evertonians that he had been brought in to replace Romelu Lukaku.

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Niasse will play no part in Everton's Europa League meeting against Apollon Limassol on Thursday night, though, as he was not registered in their 26-man squad for the group stage of the competition.

Everton benefited from a let-off at one end when Lys Mousset glanced an unchallenged header over the bar from a corner when he could have done better but nearly made it 3-1 at the other through Calvert-Lewin but he could only steer Jonjoe Kenny's cross the ball over the crossbar.

Koeman was under pressure after three straight Premier League defeats, without a goal in any of them, had left his expensively assembled team in the bottom three.

Today's result for Everton is the fifth time they have beaten Bournemouth at home in a competitive fixture.

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Elsewhere, Burnley extended their unbeaten run to four Premier League matches in a dour 0-0 draw at home to Huddersfield Town.

Niasse was rewarded for his attitude and application in the face of the manager's cold shoulder with two invaluable goals and a hero's ovation.

In my opinion, Everton always look more solid and comfortable with four and it gives more options in attack, which is something they desperately need. "The boys showed great character", Koeman told BBCMOTD. To get my chance with England again, first I have to keep working hard on the training pitch, putting in performances for Everton and getting those clean sheets, then hopefully I will get the nod from Gareth Southgate.

'You expect to have goalkeepers who in key moments in the game have those kind of saves at 1-0 down, ' said the Everton manager.

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Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe was adamant there was no malice in the challenge.

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