The English Premier League match between Everton and West Bromwich Albion ended as a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park, as the home side failed to win again. In the first half an early attempt from Kevin Mirallas was saved by
Ben Foster in the third minute of the game as they showed more intent. In the eighth minute Leighton Baines’ left footed shot from outside the box was saved in the centre of the goal as the visitors were on the backfoot early.
After the 20th minute the match was still in the balance at 0-0 as both teams weren’t creating clear cut chances. Mirallas was at it again his right footed shot from outside the box was saved in the top left corner as Fraser Forster kept his side in the match. In the 28th minute Saido Berahino won a free kick in the attacking half but they didn’t capitalise on it.
Joleon Lescott conceded a penalty but Mirallas hit the post with a right footed shot in the 43rd minute as both sides held on until the 45th minute for a 0-0 half-time score. In the second half the home side were desperately in need of a win but the Baggies stood in their way as they continued frustrating the home side. The Toffees’ first attempt was saved in the 55th minute after a left footed shot from Muhamed Besic.
It remained 0-0 as West Brom’s ten men were behind the ball. Tony Pulis’ charges were quick to close down shots from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley in the 58th and 59th minute as the match remained locked at 0-0. In the 65th minute West Brom made some changes with Stephane Sessegnon replacing James Morrison and also in the 70th minute Graham Dorrans came on for Berahino.
The match continued after an injury to Sessegnon in the 78th minute as both teams were looking to move in for the kill. In the 87th minute Foster, from his goal, tried a through ball but Brown Ideye was caught offside. After 90 minutes both teams had to settle for a point.