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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
12 Arsenal 2 1 2 7
13 Everton 2 1 3 7
14 Swansea 1 2 3 5
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Wayne Rooney substitution tactical, not because of eye injury - Koeman

Bournemouth's Simon Francis cracks an elbow into a leaping Wayne Rooney, causing a spill of blood from the Everton man.
Substitute Oumar Niasse's brace secured the win for Everton to help relieve the pressure on manager Ronald Koeman.
Ronald Koeman exasperatedly praises Everton's comeback win over Bournemouth, but maintains they still need improvement.
Craig Burley recaps Saturday's Premier League results, headlined by another commanding Manchester City win.

Wayne Rooney's substitution in Everton's win was a tactical decision, Everton boss Ronald Koeman said, and not because of the elbow the striker took the eye that left him bloodied.

Bournemouth's Simon Francis caught Rooney with an arm in the penalty area during an aerial challenge in the first half, causing blood to drip down the former England captain face.

Rooney, who required two separate bouts of treatment -- including a change of shirt and shorts -- protested to referee Martin Atkinson, but...

Oumar Niasse saves Everton in comeback win over Bournemouth

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Substitute Oumar Niasse's brace secured the win for Everton to help relieve the pressure on manager Ronald Koeman.
Bournemouth's Simon Francis cracks an elbow into a leaping Wayne Rooney, causing a spill of blood from the Everton man.
Eddie Howe shows his disappointment at Bournemouth's loss, but hopes they can repeat the performance they had moving ahead.
Ronald Koeman exasperatedly praises Everton's comeback win over Bournemouth, but maintains they still need improvement.

Former outcast Oumar Niasse was transformed into the comeback king with his first two Premier League goals for Everton as they came from behind to beat Bournemouth 2-1.

Twelve months ago the Senegal international was without a squad number, banished from the first-team dressing room and playing for the under-23s after manager Ronald Koeman decided on the basis of a 45-minute pre-season friendly appearance he was not up to the task.

But with Everton's failure to sign an adequate for Romelu Lukaku...