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‘He Makes Too Many Errors’, Chris Sutton Slams Everton Goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford

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Jordan Pickford has now made four errors leading to goals in the Premier League in 2020, more than any other goalkeeper in the competition.
Jordan Pickford has now made four errors leading to goals in the Premier League in 2020, more than any other goalkeeper in the competition – and another one

Chris Sutton and Robbie Savage slammed Jordan Pickford for yet another error in goal for  in their 4-2 win over Brighton on Saturday.

The England shot stopper dropped an easy catch into the path of Neal Maupay who tapped home in the first-half to level the scores at 1-1.

Pickford was already under pressure following several high-profile mistakes leading to goals and Sutton believes his gaffes will hold Everton back following their positive start to the season.

The goalkeeper dropped an easy catch to allow Neal Maupay to level at 1-1 in the first-half

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Manchester United’s Henderson has not played in the Premier League for the Red Devils this season but has featured in the League Cup victories over Luton Town and Brighton this last month.

Chris Sutton
Chris Sutton

The former Wales midfielder added: ‘Pickford didn’t have much else to do. But that is a terrible error.

‘I think Dean Henderson will play in one of those three games (for England next week). I would say if Henderson performs well he could get his .’

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The mistake against Brighton at Goodison Park follows two errors during Everton’s 5-2 win over Fleetwood Town in the Carabao Cup third round.

The 26-year-old’s poor pass allowed allowed Mark Duffy to reduce the deficit at Highbury Stadium.

Pickford was at fault again for Fleetwood’s second goal of the game, as Callum Camps’ overhead kick went straight through his hands and into the corner of the net.

The goalkeeper was also criticised by pundits for diving too late for Grady Diangana’s opener in Everton’s 5-2 win over West Brom in September, a goal which saw the Toffees fall behind early on.

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