Richarlison scored twice for Everton as they beat Brighton 3-1 in the Premier League, bringing the Seagulls’ winning streak to an end.
Chris Hughton’s side had won their last three games heading into Saturday’s clash, but were outplayed from the outset, with Richarlison (26) scoring his first in wonderful style.
Lewis Dunk (33) levelled for Brighton, but five minutes after the break Seamus Coleman scored his first goal in almost two years – and an error from Dunk then allowed Richarlison (77) through on goal for his second.
Everton stay in ninth place with 18 points while Brighton drop down to 12th, with the Seagulls yet to win at Goodison Park in any competition after seven visits.
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