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Andros Townsend marks the world as Everton strikes back to score three goals in seven minutes in win over Burnley


Everton produced the perfect scoring response, scoring three times in seven minutes in the second half to secure a 3-1 victory over Burnley.

Ben Mee’s header gave Burnley the lead early in the second half at Goodison Park, but Rafael Benitez’s side fought back and then some.

Mee broke the deadlock
Andros Townsend marks the world as Everton strikes back to score three goals in seven minutes in win over Burnley
But Everton had none
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Former Burnley defender Michael Keane equalized with a header on time.

The match was reversed five minutes later when Andros Townsend defeated Nick Pope, all resulting in a breathtaking effort at 25 yards.

And Everton took a 3-1 lead when man of the moment Demarai Gray returned the ball home after grabbing Abdoulaye Doucoure’s perfect pass on the meter moments later.

The result places the Merseysiders fourth in the Premier League while Sean Dyche’s side remain in the relegation zone.

Andros Townsend marks the world as Everton strikes back to score three goals in seven minutes in win over Burnley
Keane equalized against his former club
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Andros Townsend marks the world as Everton strikes back to score three goals in seven minutes in win over Burnley
This Townsend strike will be a contender’s goal of the season
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Andros Townsend marks the world as Everton strikes back to score three goals in seven minutes in win over Burnley
And Gray is on fire with three goals in his last three for Everton

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