Everton clinch crucial three points against fellow relegation candidates Leeds United

Sean Dyke won for the second time in his third game in charge of Everton.

This afternoon was a must-win for the Toffees as they faced managerless Leeds United who are also battling for Premier League survival.

Dyke beat league leaders Arsenal 1-0 in their first match in the dugout last week before losing 2-0 in the Merseyside derby this week.

But his team responded immediately against the Whites today. His 64th-minute goal for the club his captain Seamus Coleman was enough to secure victory at Goodison Park and move the Blues out of the bottom three. They are currently 16th on 21 points, while Leeds have moved to 19th on 19 points.

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