Wolves vs Everton LIVE – Live stream and score updates after Alex Iwobi and Ruben Neves goals – Liverpool Echo

Wolves vs Everton LIVE – Live stream and score updates after Alex Iwobi and Ruben Neves goals – Liverpool Echo

Phil Kirkbride’s Half Time Ratings

Pickford 6

An unconvincing punch was followed up by an excellent reflex save to deny Silva. He later dropped a Neves drive and conceded a corner – much to Ancelotti’s annoyance.

Mina 6

His typically vocal self at the back. Made some important blocks but did little unnerve in the period before Wolves’ equaliser.

Keane 7

A steady first-half performance.

Digne 7

Laid on the assist for the Blues’ goal from an unusual left-wing position. But, clearly, still working his way back to full Premier League sharpness.

Holgate 6

Not always easy playing behind Iwobi, who concedes defending does not come naturally to him, and – like Godfrey – had his hands full at times.

Doucoure 7

Will be annoyed at himself for being beaten to the by-line for Wolves’ opener but his energy is vital given other midfield absences. Showed how he his runs from deep could be key after the break.

Davies 6

Warned by Ancelotti for over-playing in the middle of the pitch. Working hard but played with a heavy touch at times.

Godfrey 6

Has his hands full tonight but finished the half looking like he was getting to grips with Wolves’ threat down that side.

Iwobi 8

Raced onto Digne’s knockdown and finished superbly to make it 1-0. Used the ball well but will be frustrated he didn’t make it 2-1 after racing onto Rodriguez’s through-ball.

Sigurdsson 6

Ancelotti will need him to offer more link-play as Everton and pass their way through the lines

Rodriguez 8

Always given a licence to roam and so loved being able to drop off the line and finding pockets of space. Instrumental in Everton’s goal.