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    An emotional high for Everton after securing their English Premier League survival

    An emotional high for Everton after securing their English Premier League survival


    The Toffees have come from two goals down to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 at Goodison Park - putting them 16th on 39 points and unable to be caught by Burnley or Leeds on the final matchday.

    Everton fans invaded the turf after the winning goal in the 85th minute and then again at the final whistle, with Palace manager Patrick Vieira appearing to kick a fan.

    Everton manager Frank Lampard says it's for the fans.



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