Everton boss Sam Allardyce has hailed Seamus Coleman as outstanding.
The Republic of Ireland captain marked his return from a 10 month injury with a 90 minute performance at Goodison Park last night.
The Killybegs man lasted the entire game as Theo Walcott scored both goals in a 2-1 victory over Leicester.
Coleman drew one of the biggest Goodison roars of the night when, with 92 minutes on the clock, he somehow found the energy to produce a lung-busting 80-yard run that so nearly ended up with him teeing up Tom Davies for a third goal.
Manager Allardyce says Coleman made a big impression…
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