Goals and Highlights: Hull City 2-3 Everton in FA Cup


4:49 PM5 months ago


4:09 PM5 months ago

Everton comes from behind to win

Everton came back from behind to win in extra time.
Final score: Hull City 2-3 Everton.
4:06 PM5 months ago


Match ends.
4:01 PM5 months ago


Everton change:
3:58 PM5 months ago


Everton insists in the search for the goal to end the duel.
3:49 PM5 months ago


The second overtime begins.
3:47 PM5 months ago


The first overtime ends.
3:45 PM5 months ago


Rondón comes close to scoring the fourth but the ball escapes him.
3:41 PM5 months ago


Goal Everton! Townsend scores the third for Everton with a great finish from outside the box.
3:36 PM5 months ago


Gray faces the defense and shoots without danger.
3:31 PM5 months ago

1TE 90´

The first overtime begins.
3:26 PM5 months ago


At the end of regulation time, the score was tied at 2-2.
3:23 PM5 months ago


Hull City came close to taking the lead.
3:16 PM5 months ago


Hull City is looking for the third goal but it looks like there will be extra time.
3:12 PM5 months ago


Gray crosses the ball and it passes very close to the goal line, however the assistant marks offside.
3:04 PM5 months ago


Everton change 
In: Doucouré
3:02 PM5 months ago


Goooooooooooool Hull City! Moncur shoots from outside the box and converts the equalizer. 
2:55 PM5 months ago


Everton change:
2:53 PM5 months ago


Triple change for Hull City

In: Longman, Moncur, Huddlestone.

Out: Docherty, Smallwood, Williams.

2:47 PM5 months ago


Gray is left lying on the turf by a heavy blow.
2:43 PM5 months ago


Gomes makes a double cutback in the area but his pass had no receiver.
2:42 PM5 months ago


Everton arrives with danger but fails in the final touch.
2:34 PM5 months ago


The second half begins.
2:19 PM5 months ago


End of the first half.
2:18 PM5 months ago


Hull City press in Everton's area.
2:06 PM5 months ago


Gordon misses a clear scoring chance for Everton.
2:03 PM5 months ago


Goooooooooooool Everton! Gomes gives Everton the lead with a great header.
1:55 PM5 months ago


Gordon arrived on the right and shot after a great cutback, the ball went wide.
1:53 PM5 months ago


Goal Everton! Gray finishes in front of goal after a superb one-two.
1:48 PM5 months ago


Eaves arrived on the left and shot but the goalkeeper saved the ball.
1:44 PM5 months ago


Hull City keeps possession of the ball and looks for the second goal.
1:37 PM5 months ago

Begovic avoids the second and sends the ball to a corner kick. 
1:34 PM5 months ago


Goal Hull City! Smith scores with a header from a free kick cross.
1:31 PM5 months ago

The game begins.
1:26 PM5 months ago

Amidst applause

Hull City were greeted with applause as they came out for the warm-up:
1:20 PM5 months ago

Hull City starting 11

This is how the home team will take the field:

Baxter, Greaves, Smallwood, Docherty, Eaves, Honeyman, Lewis-Potter, McCloughlin, Williams, Smith, Bernard.

1:15 PM5 months ago

Everton starting 11

This is how the visitors will take the field for today's game:

Begovic, Kenny, Coleman, Keane, Godfrey, Godfrey, Mykolenko, Allan, Gomes, Gordon, Gray, Rondon.

1:10 PM5 months ago

The home team arrives home

Hull City is already at the stadium to face Everton in FA Cup:
1:05 PM5 months ago

The visiting team arrives at the stadium

Everton are already at the stadium for their FA Cup clash:
1:00 PM5 months ago

Benítez on the market

Everton remain in the market for "good players who can be available and help the squad," revealed Benitez, who reiterated his stance of only pursuing acquisitions eager to play for the Club and willing to prioritize collective ambition over individual interests.
12:55 PM5 months ago

Honeyman wants to surprise Everton

Hull City midfielder George Honeyman says he and his teammates are excited at the prospect of causing an upset in the FA Cup as they look to overtake Premier League side Everton.
12:50 PM5 months ago

Winter signings

Everton have acted quickly in the January transfer window to bring dynamic full-back duo Mykolenko, 22, and Patterson, 20, to Goodison Park.
Rafa Benitez says new signings Vitalii Mykolenko and Nathan Patterson are ideal for the aggressive, high-intensity style he wants to implement at Everton, as he underlined his belief that the Blues can rediscover their early-season form in the second half of the campaign.
12:45 PM5 months ago

Mc Cann happy to be back home

McCann has not played at home since mid-December against Bristol City and is looking forward to returning to MKM and believes the support of the home fans could play a key role in helping his side cause an upset.
12:40 PM5 months ago

Stay tuned to follow Hull City vs Everton live on TV

In a few moments we will share with you the starting lineups for Hull City vs Everton live, as well as the latest information from the MKM Stadium. Keep an eye on the action with VAVEL's minute-by-minute live online coverage.
12:35 PM5 months ago

Where and how to watch Hull City vs Everton Online and Live

The match will be broadcasted on SKY Sports.

If you want to watch the match live online, VAVEL Mexico is your best option.

12:30 PM5 months ago

Watch out for this Hull City player

Potter, the English player has played 24 games scoring five goals, the Hull City team has problems scoring goals, however the player stands out for his five goals scored so far this season, for the FA Cup duel his participation will be essential to give the team danger in attack.
12:25 PM5 months ago

Watch out for this Everton player

Demarai Gray, the 25-year-old English player has been able to respond to the offensive losses that Everton has had during the season, the player has played 17 games and scored twice, for the FA Cup match his presence will be important since Hull City's defense is not very solid so the match could be decided quickly.
12:20 PM5 months ago


Last meetings between Hull City and Everton:

Everton 4-0 Hull
Hull 2-2 Everton
Hull 2-0 Everton
Everton 1-1 Everton
Hull 0-2 Everton

12:15 PM5 months ago

Arbitration quartet

Main referee: Andy Madley

Fourth official: David Webb

Assistant Referee: Adrian Holmes

Assistant Referee: Edward Smart

12:10 PM5 months ago

Hull City

The team has just been promoted to the Championship, its last participation in the Premier League was in the 2016-17 season, the team finished the season in 18th position with 34 points, 40 goals scored and 68 conceded, despite coming from playing in the third division, the team is located in the last places of the Championship, to be exact in position 19 of 24, thinking about promotion for this team is very complicated at this time as the leader has a difference of more than twice the points that Hull City has, One of the main problems of the team is the lack of goals, in 24 games they have only been able to score 20 times, the FA Cup match will be a tough test because Everton despite being at the bottom, has players who can put the rivals in trouble, Hull City must be attentive in their defense as it is one of their weak points, also when it comes to attack must be forceful because Pickford is a goalkeeper of English national team and does not usually give many facilities to concede a goal, if Hull City comes out inspired could give one of the surprises in this day of FA Cup.
last game Hull City/Image:HullCity
last game Hull City/Image:HullCity
12:05 PM5 months ago

Everton looking for confidence in FA Cup

Everton managed by Rafa Benitez started the season in a good way getting 13 of 18 possible points, however as the days passed the team lost its way, the team is one of the ones that has conceded more goals with a total of 32, Covid cases have also affected the team as three of their games have been postponed, their last victory was facing Arsenal with a score of 2-1, Everton's squad is not bad as it has players like Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin, Mina, Delph, Calvert-Lewin suffered a finger fracture and muscle injuries have left him out of Everton's 11, Richarlison has also missed games due to injury, however they are about to be overcome and help the team to get back on track to move away from the relegation zone, the FA Cup match will be a milestone to measure if they can improve for the second half of the season.
Everton for the FA Cup/Image:Everton
Everton for the FA Cup/Image:Everton
12:00 PM5 months ago

FA Cup third round kicks off

One of the oldest tournaments in the world begins in its third round now with Premier League teams, for this third round 64 teams will be facing this weekend with the hope of moving forward in a very important tournament in England as all categories are involved, on Saturday we will see a duel between Everton of the Premier League vs Hull City of the Championship, the duel will be very close as both teams are not going through their best moment in their respective league.


11:55 AM5 months ago


Good afternoon to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the live broadcast of the match Hull City vs Everton, corresponding to the FA Cup. The match will take place at the MKM Stadium, at 11:30.