It was a no victor no vanquished situation for Super Eagles duo Alex Iwobi and Wilfred Ndidi as Everton and Leicester City settled for draw on Wednesday night.
Iwobi was in action for 10 minutes after coming in as late substitute for Holgate in the 80th minute.
Compatriot Ndidi on his part was in action for visiting City for 42 minutes. It was however Roderiguez who incidentally bagged a yellow that scored for the homers while Trelemans netted the equiliser for the visitors.
There was however no action for City’s Kelechi Iheanacho.
Brendan Rodgers celebrated his birthday on Tuesday but he could not have expected to have received a gift from Jordan Pickford at Goodison Park.
Leicester City had appeared to be running out of ideas in this tussle with Everton when Youri Tielemans took a pot shot in the 67th minute. It didn’t carry much power, it wasn’t in a difficult area but, somehow, Everton’s goalkeeper allowed it to slip from his grasps and roll over the line.
This has been a season to forget for Pickford, in so many ways, but this latest error could not have come at a worse time.
Not only did it cost Everton the chance to charge into the top four, it came in front of England head coach Gareth Southgate, who was on a scouting mission as noted by Dailymail