Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

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The Toffees won 3-1 against Brighton and Hove Albion at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon, with the Colombian being handed his debut for his new club as a substitute in that match. It should have been a moment of unbridled joy but Coleman, who has struggled for form and fitness this term, decided it was time to make a point as he tore off furiously towards the Gwladys Street End, cupping his ears.

"It is one possibility we have in our squad and when we prepare our squad we will to play three at the back if we need to".

Everton's skipper had not found the net since before a horrific leg break while playing for Republic of Ireland against Wales last March. Brighton beat Newcastle 1-0 in their last away game but they've only scored three away goals all season. Pickford pushed his late attempt over and the Iran forward remains without a Premier League goal in four starts and six substitute appearances. When I am fit and at it I am OK. "I thought we controlled most of the game".

It was our best performance at home this season.

Victory moves Everton up to ninth in the table, while Brighton are 12th - enjoying a three-point cushion between themselves and West Ham United in 13th.

"His quality to score goals is unbelievable and his work-rate is second-to-none so that's impressive".

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After only one win in their first seven games of the season, the Seagulls have won three straight games by identical 1-0 scores, defeating Wolves 1-0 in their last game. Our players performed really well from the first minute.

"I also knew how our club could receive and can welcome everyone and that we could give support to him, other than his football and quality".

"The only thing I didn't like was the corner [for Brighton's goal]. It's something we have to keep working on".

Silva paid £27.5 million to bring Mina to Goodison Park from Barcelona, and having been forced to wait a long time for a foot issue to clear up, the Portuguese boss is likely to want to build his defence around the Colombia global.

"We were away from home and up against a team that I think will push for the top six", he said.

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