Sean Dyche’s loss against Aston Villa is “bigger concern” to national media

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Everton is back in the bottom three of the Premier League after Aston Villa beat them 2-0 at home on Saturday. This was the first home loss for Sean Dyche’s team since he took over. Everton won the first half, which was a close game. In the second half, Unai Emery’s team scored two goals.

Sean Dyche’s loss against Aston Villa is “bigger concern” to national media than Everton’s league position

Ollie Watkins scored from the penalty spot to put Villa ahead, and Emi Buendia, who came on as a sub, made sure they won. The Blues will try to get back on track on Wednesday when they travel to the Premier League leaders, Arsenal. In Dyche’s first game in charge of the club earlier this month, the Blues beat Arsenal 1-0 at Goodison Park.

“Sean Dyche is more worried about Everton’s lack of goals than about their return to the relegation zone at this point. The difference between Aston Villa’s power and the options Unai Emery had was clear as Ollie Watkins and Emi Buenda gave the new Everton manager his first home loss.

“Emery had never lost four successive matches in his top-flight managerial career. A combination of an incisive second-half display from Villa, ignited by their manager’s introduction of Buendíia, and Everton’s predictable toothlessness ensured that blemish remained off the Spaniard’s polished CV.

“Watkins excelled throughout and opened the scoring from the penalty spot, becoming the first Villa player to score in five consecutive Premier League fixtures. Buendía, after brooding on the bench, emerged to capitalize on weak Everton defending and seal victory with a fine individual strike.”

Sean Dyche's loss against Aston Villa is "bigger concern" to national media than Everton's league position

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