Theo Walcott scores in Everton win over Newcastle; Everton up to 8th

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The three points lifted Everton up to eighth - their highest position in the Premier League since August - though there was a visual indication of the fan feeling towards Allardyce when a banner was unfurled before kick off that read "Our survey says. get out of our club".

Speaking about the survey, Allardyce said: "The controversy was caused by an error by one of our employees, which he obviously realises wasn't the right thing to do".

With the help of a robot carried by Phil Jagielka, 14-year-old Everton fan Jack McLinden got the full experience of being a mascot from home. I don't dwell on it. We battled and we fought until the end so we had the chance to draw, but we lost against a good team and that's it.

Meanwhile, Allardyce said: 'Apart from the last ten minutes we dominated the game.

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Have your say in the comments section below. "I scored with the national team against England here, with Arsenal and now United". Now I am very happy for the team, for the goal, for the attitude that we showed in this game.

A rare free-flowing move saw Yannick Bolasie deliver a great cross to the January signing, who teased the defenders before lashing the ball into the roof of the net.

Keane, who had been booked for a foul on Gayle, was fortunate to escape another caution for an equally poor challenge on the same player, but Everton retained 11 men and held on, with Seamus Coleman brilliantly heading away Jacob Murphy's cross at the end. I thought we were very close (to a point).

The DR Congo global was named in the starting XI for the sixth consecutive match as Sam Allardyce's side secured their first win in four through a second-half Theo Walcott goal.

"I'm pleased with the effort of the players".

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Some fans have criticised Everton's performances under Allardyce, but the ex-Newcastle boss felt his side played well against his former team.

The win sees Everton leapfrog Leicester into eighth spot, although they are eight points behind seventh-placed Burnley, while Newcastle remain 10th.

Newcastle are virtually assured of survival and manager Rafa Benitez said they could have gained more from the game with a little extra finesse. I'm working with a squad of players that I've inherited and all the staff behind the scenes are striving to make them better.

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