Ancelotti beats Bielsa and Everton looks to Europe

Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin put the 'Toffees' ahead before the break. Raphinha scored for a Leeds who sought the tie until the end. James had no minutes.

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Everton took all three points in their visit to Elland Road 1-2 in a match in which James was a substitute. The Colombian did not play for a minute in his team's victory against Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United.

The 'Toffees' opened a gap in the first half, taking advantage of the defensive errors of Leeds and Gylfi Sigurdsson and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who has 12 goals this season, made it 0-2 before the break.

Discounted for the 'Whites' Raphinha in 48, but Leeds, who were trying until the last minute, could not get anything positive from Everton's visit.

This victory allows Carlos Ancelotti's team to climb to fifth place in the table, with 36 points, five in the Champions League, while Leeds, who had two consecutive victories, put a stop to their streak and remain eleventh with 29 points.



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