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David De Gea's error for Manchester United was cancelled out by Everton's Jordan Pickford as goalkeeping mistakes dominated in a disappointing but controversial 1-1 draw at Goodison Park- According lớn the asian handicap tips page!

Dominic Calvert-Lewin S 13th league goal of the season after just three minutes came courtesy of a rebounded De Gea clearance while Bruno Fernandes' superb start to life at Old Trafford was given a helping hand by the England number one.
Extending their unbeaten home record to seven matches would have been little consolation for the Italian, as would a point for United's Champions League ambitions as they missed the chance lớn close the gap on fourth-placed Chelsea .
It was 40 years lớn the day since Dixie Dean died and while Calvert-Lewin can only dream of getting anywhere near the levels of Everton's goal scoring great he has made a name for himself this season. You can refer to the under 2.5 soccer tip page!

The 22-year-old is the club's most improved player this season and he has flourished since Ancelotti took over with eight league goals in 10 matches, more than anyone else in the top flight since Christmas, putting him in contention for a maiden England call-up.
Gareth Southgate was here to check on him in person and while what he saw was not as spectacular as his goal at Arsenal last week it was showreel of Calvert-Lewin's stock in trade.

Winning aerial battles, working hard and selflessly running in behind are all major character traits and while he has added goals in this current campaign the third-minute opener was more about De Gea's misjudgement in delaying long enough for Calvert-Lewin lớn get in a block the ball into an empty net.
It was the seventh error leading lớn a goal the Spain international had made since the start of last season: no top-flight goalkeeper has made more.
But if there is one goalkeeper who has been under more scrutiny over the last few months it is Pickford and, after a clean-through Calvert-Lewin had been denied a second by De Gea, the focus shifted to the England number one.
He had already been rescued by the crossbar when beaten by Nemanja Matic's cross but had nowhere to hide when he allowed Fernandes' shot to go under him.
Djibril Sidibe, a first-half replacement for the injured Seamus Coleman, had given the ball away to Matic playing out from a goal-kick and when it was quickly moved forward United's new signing unleashed a low shot which was dipping but should have been saved.