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West Brom 0-1 Everton: Richarlison scores in fourth successive Premier League game to boost Toffees' top four push after Mbaye Diagne had injury-time strike ruled out for very tight offside

When you talk the talk, it is vital you back it up with actions. How fortunate for Everton they have a manager whose deeds are as impressive as his words.

Carlo Ancelotti had delivered a call to arms on Wednesday afternoon, actively encouraging his squad – and his club – to believe they belong in the Champions League.

Some of his predecessors haven't always been so keen to embrace expectations but he is cut from a different cloth.

Everton forward Richarlison (right) continued his rich vein of form by scoring the winner
Gylfi Sigurdsson whipped in a superb cross and the Brazilian directed a header into the net
Mbaye Diagne controlled a pass and lashed a shot into the net in the 93rd minute to equalise
The video assistant referee confirming the on-field decision thatu00a0Diagne was narrowly offside

The video assistant referee confirming the on-field decision that Diagne was narrowly offside


WEST BROM (4-1-4-1): Johnstone 7: Furlong 6, O'Shea 7, Bartley 7, Townsend 7: Yoksulu 6: Pereira 6, Gallagher 7 (Robson-Kanu 78mins 6), Maitland-Niles 6, Phillips 7 (Snodgrass 78mins): Diagne 7

Subs not used: Button (GK), Ajayi, Robinson, Livermore, Sawyers, Peltier, Grant

Booked: Furlong

Manager: Sam Allardyce 6

EVERTON (3-5-2): Pickford 7: Holgate 6, Keane 8, Godfrey 8.