Everton’s Ukrainian defender Vitaliy Mykolenko scored a pre-assist pass in the 28th round of the Premier League Premier League. The 23-year-old Ukrainian national team player appeared on the field at the end of the match against Chelsea and helped his team avoid defeat (2:2).
In the 84th minute, Mikolenko replaced Sheamus Coleman, and in the 89th he was already celebrating a goal scored. Our compatriot from his half of the field cut out the transfer to Abdulay Dukur.
The Malian midfielder groped forward to Ellis Sims. The 22-year-old striker effectively figured out the opponent’s defense and shot straight into the goal.
Ukrainian midfielder “Chelsea” Mykhailo Mudryk was on the bench, but did not enter the field.
Everton are 15th in the Premier League with 26 points. Chelsea are in 10th place with 38 points.
Recall that Vitaliy scored his first goal in official games in May in the away match of the 36th round of the Premier League football championship against Leicester. This shot was eventually recognized as the best of the season.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS reported, Mikolenko moved to Everton on January 1, 2022. In England, he managed to play 44 matches in all tournaments.
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