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Neil Johnston

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Super stuff from Wolves. Awful by Everton.

    Thanks for your company.

    You can read a match report from this game on the BBC Sport website.

    Until next time.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Manchester City are next for Everton on Wednesday. Liverpool fans hope for a favour from the team on the other side of Stanley Park - but don't count on it after this dire performance.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    There's still hope for Everton.

    SEVEN MINUTES of added time - mainly due to the black cat!

    In truth, the home side do not look like they will score if they carry on playing all night!


    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Adama Traore is on for the closing moments as Raul Jimenez gets a standing ovation from Wolves' travelling fans for a superb shift.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Chance for Everton but Dominic Calvert-Lewin heads straight at Rui Patricio from Jonjoe Kenny's cross.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    What a time to be a Wolves fan!

    Their team's been so dominant and they're continuing to ping the ball around with great confidence.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Where does Everton's season go from here?

    Almost 40,000 inside Goodison - including one cat!


    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Some Everton fans are already heading for the exits.

    They've seen enough.

    Wolves have sent on Helder Costa for the impressive Diogo Jota.


    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Everton's third and final change - Dominic Calvert-Lewin for Seamus Coleman.

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    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    We're finally back under way after a three-four minute delay by the cat.

    Nuno Espírito Santo found it amusing - his Everton counterpart did not!


    Everton 1-3 Wolves

    To add to Everton's comical afternoon, the game has been stopped by a black cat on the pitch!

  12. GOAL - Everton 1-3 Wolves

    Leander Dendoncker

    Wolves just love playing clubs from Merseyside!

    Having knocked Liverpool out of the FA Cup, they're on their way to three points at Goodison Park.

    A super counter-attack ends with Diogo Jota's shot rebounding to Leander Dendoncker who volleys home from about eight yards.

    Dendoncker scores
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    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    Lookman's introduction hasn't really changed much - Everton still look lethargic and lacklustre. They're also lacking creativity.


    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    To be honest it's been a disappointing day for Theo Walcott.

    His game is over before the hour mark as Ademola Lookman is sent on to add more urgency to Everton's play.

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    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    Theo Walcott does well after taking on Willy Boly but his cross into the Wolves penalty area is harmless.

    Meanwhile, Wolves skipper Conor Coady has been booked.

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    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    There's one team full of confidence - and one lacking in it. It's very quiet at Goodison Park!


    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    That's it for Neves.

    He's helped off the pitch with an injury and Romain Saiss takes his place.

    That's a blow for Wolves.

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    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    Everton need a good start this half to keep their fans on side.

    Substitute Jonjoe Kenny wins his side a corner but it comes to nothing.

    Boos from home fans as Ruben Neves goes down and is in no hurry to get back up.


    Everton 1-2 Wolves

    Wolves are seven points behind sixth-placed Manchester United as it stands. Everton are down to ninth.

    We're back under way.

  20. BBC presenters try out walking football


    Get Inspired

    The FA People's Cup, the nation's biggest five-a-side competition, is open to male, female and disabled teams and you can sign up here.

    It's free and there are 15 different categories - including walking football.

    Let's see how BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin got on when she led a team of colleagues, including Arts and Entertainment correspondent Colin Paterson and 5 Live's Rachel Burden, in a five-a-side walking football game against the Rothwell Old Boars team.

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    Video caption: Louise Minchin & BBC presenters take on Rothwell Old Boars in walking football