Dominic Calvert-Lewin Hits Back at Critics After Everton’s Revival

Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin has fired back at critics after the Toffees’ impressive recent run of form. The Blues have won three of their last four matches under manager Sean Dyche, following a dismal run that stretched back to the turn of the year.

Calvert-Lewin himself has been in fine form, scoring four goals in his last five games. His performance against Liverpool drew praise from Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville.

The 27-year-old endured a dry spell earlier in the season, which led to criticism from some quarters. However, Calvert-Lewin believes those critics have been silenced by Everton’s recent revival.

“We felt a lot of people were against us [this season],” Calvert-Lewin told the club’s official website. “We fought against that and stuck together. With Friday’s game being on TV, I think everyone wanted it to be a bottom-of-the-table scrap, didn’t they? Unlucky.”

He continued, “We’re obviously happy to be in the position that we are. Not fighting relegation and being able to come into the game, play with freedom and confidence. We didn’t take the three points, but we’re still fighting and want to finish as high as we possibly can.”

Everton’s turnaround has seen a shift in mentality, with Calvert-Lewin emphasizing the importance of togetherness and a fighting spirit. The Toffees will be looking to continue their good form as they aim to finish the season on a high.