Lukaku Hat-trick, Everton Libas Young Boys 4-1
Bern – Everton put one foot in the last 16 of the Europa League, after the away game to the headquarters of Young Boys, The Toffees won 4-1 through a hat-trick Romelu Lukaku.
In the round of 32 first leg held at the Stade de Suisse, Friday (20/02/2015) pm dawn, Everton actually left earlier in the 10th minute after Guillaume Hoarau bust nets Tim Howard.
But Everton bounce back ahead just in less than five minutes. Starting Lukaku header goal in the 24th minute, Seamus Coleman added another goal for Everton by kicking measured in the box in the 28th minute.
Everton closed the first half with a 3-1 lead through Lukaku’s second goal in the 38th minute. Beat the offside trap, Lukaku easily cheat the ball into the goal Young Boys.
Lukaku trigolnya fulfilled in this game in the 58th minute. Solo run the Belgian player managed to penetrate the defenses of Young Boys and ends with a chip over the keeper kick the opponent.
Everton closed the match with a 4-1 victory and the second leg will be held at Goodison Park next week, most likely foster children Roberto Martinez was going to swing easily to the next round.
For Lukaku, a hat-trick that makes parallel with Alan Ball, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, and Andy Gray as an Everton player who is able to make three goals in European competition matches.
Young Boys: Mvogo; Hadergjonaj, Vilotic, Von Bergen, Lecjaks; Sanogo (Bertone 90 ‘), Gajic (Gerndt 70’); Steffen (Sulejmanov 79 ‘), Kubo, Nuzzolo; Hoarau.
Everton: Howard; Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Oviedo (Garbutt 58 ‘); Barry, McCarthy (Alcaraz 70 ‘); Mirallas, Barkley, Naismith; Lukaku (Atsu 85 ‘).