Calvert-Lewin double gave Duncan Ferguson an ideal beginning as Everton overseer as they beat Chelsea 3-1 at Goodison Park.
Push into his first administrative job following the sack of Marco Silva on Thursday, Ferguson celebrated fiercely on the touchline. In addition, inside five minutes when Richarlison headed Djibril Sidibe’s cross past Kepa Arrizabalaga.
It was a backs-to-the-dividers work for the hosts from that point on as Chelsea overwhelmed ownership and region. However, regardless they had opportunities to score and did twofold their lead four minutes after the break. In addition, when Calvert-Lewin looted Kurt Zouma before opening through Kepa’s legs.
After three minutes, Chelsea got themselves back in the game when Mateo Kovacic terminated in a pinpoint low exertion from 25 yards, yet their rebound trusts were suppressed late on when a cautious ruin permitted Calvert-Lewin to jab home for his first Premier League twofold late on.