Published: Tue, November 06, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

Seamus Coleman explains wild celebration after goal against Brighton

Everton captain Seamus Coleman conceded he goes "a little bit mad" with his goal celebrations after he scored in the Toffees' 3-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion. It is time for Jahanbakhsh to relocate the form that saw him finish last season as the top scorer in the Eredivisie and persuaded Brighton to pay AZ £17 million (A$30.63 million). In five away games, the Seagulls have won only one game and picked up four points.

It was our best performance at home this season. Players can be very precious over criticism. We've done OK with injuries, but it is part and parcel of the game.

"We had to dig deep and got ourselves back in the game".

"Thankfully, I'm back on the pitch and the fitter I get the more chances I'm sure I'll get. We're up against a team who have spent big but brought quality players in and at times that really showed today", he told Sky Sports.

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"The fans understand the love I have for them and vice-versa".

While Coleman has not been at his best in recent weeks he refused to look for excuses and insists the leg which was broken has never been a problem for him since making his comeback.

"I've been here nine years and had good spells of form and bad spells of form", Coleman added.

Coleman was out for nearly a year with a double leg break and has only made 26 appearances since his last goal - compared with over 300 for our last regular right back - but said that he had been frustrated with his performances so far this season so was delighted to get the goal.

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"I'm delighted to score the goal and hopefully it's the first of many this season".

Silva also confirmed that Yerry Mina, who joined the club on deadline day from Barcelona but is yet to play, could finally make his debut in a friendly against Kenyan side Gor Mahia at Goodison next week.

"You don't want to put massive pressure on him but we are all excited by him and his ability", said the Irishman.

Glenn Murray is their key man, having scored the victor in their last two home games and overall netting six of their 11 goals.

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