Everton's Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

Everton's Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

Everton's Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

Silva paid £27.5 million to bring Mina to Goodison Park from Barcelona, and having been forced to wait a long time for a foot issue to clear up, the Portuguese boss is likely to want to build his defence around the Colombia worldwide.

Silva's side have scored at least two goals in six of their eight games against teams outside the big six and after stumbling in some of their early matches, they have won their last three in that category. These are players that have cost big money.

"Playing in front of our home fans, whoever we're playing we're trying to press high, pass forward and play quick football, and we were a little bit disappointed after the [Manchester] United game so it was important to put it right".

'We'll see what will happen in the next months.

'There is a fantastic group spirit in our dressing room. It is something you always pay attention to.

We'll also have reporters at all the other games across the afternoon, including the Cardiff City Stadium, where Leicester City play their first game since the death of club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, one of five people who died in a helicopter crash last Saturday. The victor mentality we are trying to build.

Asked whether Mina would play against Brighton because Zouma is ineligible against his parent club Chelsea next weekend, Silva said: 'I understand the question.

"Sometimes you have to accept that, dust yourselves down and make sure you're ready for the next game".

'But our way to think is preparing the other players to play.

Brazil forward Richarlison has "all the attributes" to follow in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo and become an explosive central attacker, according to a Premier League legend. "I thought we controlled most of the game". The friendly match next week [against Gor Mahia] could be a good solution'.

The pair are carrying minor injuries which means they can not return to training until next week. "We did well, we deserved the three points", Silva said.

'It is a matter of some days and they will be OK to train next week'.

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