Football: Everton keep pressure on top four with victory at Fulham
Published on Mar 30, 2014 11:01 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - Everton improved their outside chance of snatching a Champions League place next season by winning 3-1 away to bottom of the table Fulham on Sunday.
Victory put them four points behind fourth-placed Arsenal and four clear of Tottenham Hotspur, who faced a tough task away to Liverpool in the day's late game in the Premier League.
It took an unlucky own goal early in the second half to put Everton ahead before Iranian international Ashkan Dejagah equalised with a spectacular effort.
Two substitutes then combined for the second goal, Aiden McGeady sending Belgian international Kevin Mirallas through to score with 11 minutes left.
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