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Football Scores: Everton 2-0 Boreham Wood

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Salomon Rondon scored a brace to help Everton produce one of the comfortable football scores in the midweek action of the FA Cup. Rondon opened the scoring in the 57th minute before doubling their advantage in the 84th minute. It was the first goals conceded by Boreham Wood in the competition until then and put an abrupt end to their fairytale.

Player ratings

Everton: Begovic (6), Kenny (6), Patterson (6), Keane (6), Branthwaite (6), Mykolenko (6), Allan (6), Doucoure (6), Gordon (7), Townsend (6), Rondon (8).
Subs: Richarlison (6), Coleman (6), Price (n/a), Dobbin (n/a), Welch (n/a).

Boreham Wood: Ashby-Hammond (6), Evans (7), Stephens (7), Stevens (6), Mendy Mendy (6), K. Smith (7), Ricketts (6), Rees (6), Raymond (6), Boden (6), Marsh (6).
Subs: Comley (5), C. Smith (5), Clifton (n/a), Ranger (n/a).

Man of the Match: Salomon Rondon

Managers Reaction 

Boreham Wood manager Luke Garrard: “We didn’t really have many spells and they dominated the ball. We were waiting for one moment, but Everton managed it superbly. We just went over 500 minutes in the FA Cup without conceding a goal, but their movement and their runs were just class. The fans have been amazing they didn’t stop singing. It’s a shame we didn’t give them their moment, but they were class and they gave us everything. What this group has done is fantastic and we have been in the last 16 of a national cup competition.”

Everton manager Frank Lampard: “In terms of the game, it was comfortable in the end. We were slow in the first half, which is interesting for me because this type of game needs an injection of tempo and pace at the level we are normally at.”

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