Manchester United are currently trailing by two goals to nil against Everton as their season continues (at least as things stand) to peter out with a muffled trumpet parp.
Richarlison put the home side ahead early on before Gylfi Sigurdsson followed up with a second before half-time – the Icelandic midfielder finding the United net mere seconds after the visitors saw an attack break down on the edge of the Toffees’ box.
After charging up-field, Sigurdsson then caught David De Gea on the hop by lashing in a low shot from around 30 yards out…
🚀 – It's 2 for @Everton as Sigurdsson hits one from distance!
Should David de Gea be doing better there? 🤔
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) 21 April 2019
Sigurdsson has now scored five Premier League goals against United since the start of the 2014/15 season, which is more than any other individual player.
It’s almost like he’s onto something when he faces that back line.