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sport news Frank Lampard insists there's more to come from his side after Everton's 2-1 ... trends now
sport news Frank Lampard insists there's more to come from his side after Everton's 2-1 ... trends now

sport news Frank Lampard insists there's more to come from his side after Everton's 2-1 ... trends now

'We can do a lot better': Frank Lampard insists there's more to come from his side after Everton's narrow 2-1 win against Southampton... as the Toffees extend their unbeaten run to seven in all competitions Everton climbed to 11th in the league with a narrow 2-1 win against Southampton Frank Lampard admitted there was still room for improvement after the clash  Everton hit two goals in two minutes thanks to Conor Coady and Dwight McNeil The Toffees' comeback extended their unbeaten run to seven in all competitions 

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It felt fitting that on London Marathon weekend, Everton almost had to crawl over the finish line to see out these three points. Ask Frank Lampard if he cares.

His side are not at the stage where they can complain about how games are won. Crossing the line is all that matters. That’s no slight on Lampard’s side — they were worthy winners. Everton were slow out of the blocks but well in control, and raced past Southampton with two goals in two minutes.

But what will have pleased Lampard most was the last 15 minutes — the fight, resilience and doggedness to survive an aerial bombardment from James Ward-Prowse’s set-pieces. 

Frank Lampard said Everton could do 'a lot better' after their narrow 2-1 win at Southampton

Frank Lampard said Everton could do 'a lot better' after their narrow 2-1 win at Southampton

Two goals in two minutes from Conor Coady (above) and Dwight McNeil earned Everton's win

Two goals in two minutes from Conor Coady (above) and Dwight McNeil earned Everton's win

MATCH FACTS 

Southampton (4-2-2-2): Bazunu 5; Walker-Peters 7, Bella-Kotchap 6, Caleta-Car 6, Larios 6 (Perraud 60min, 6); Ward-Prowse 6, Maitland-Niles 6 (Edozie 67, 6);

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