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Kone got the match ball and a con-
The 31-year-old striker s hat trick
yesterday powered Everton to its
biggest Premier League win in eight
years, routing Sunderland 6-2.
"Today was the most complete 90
minutes he has had and it was a phe-
nomenal 90 minutes because it trig-
gers an extension to his contract,"
Everton coach Roberto Martinez said.
Kone s first treble in English football
was just reward for the players per-
severance after a serious knee injury
affected the first two years of the Ivo-
rian s career at Everton having fol-
lowed Martinez from Wigan in 2013.
"It has been as difficult as you can
get," Martinez said.
"It was a career-threatening injury.
His attitude, his focus, never changed
and he never chose to blame anyone
Sunderland had pulled level at 2-
2 by the 50th minute---through Jer-
main Defoe s volley and Steven Fletch-
er s header---but Sebastian Coates
own goal then set Everton back on
the path to ending a three-game win-
less run in the league.
Romelu Lukaku netted Everton s
fourth before Kone completed his tre-
ble, with two goals adding to his first-
half strike. The opener for eighth-
place Everton was provided in the
19th minute by Gerard Deulofeu, who
went on to provide two assists in a
game where the influence of the
livewire winger proved decisive.
It was Everton s most emphatic win
since routing Sunderland 7-1 in
November 2007. The current Sun-
derland side remains in the relegation
zone having lost two of Sam
Allardyce s three matches in charge.
"I am obviously concerned about
the lack of understanding in certain
periods of the game with the team,
particularly when we got back to 2-
2," Allardyce said. "There was nothing
wrong with what we had been doing
up to then apart from we gave a very
soft first goal away which could easily
have been avoided. The second goal
was a cracker from Kone."
The day s other game couldn t
match the Goodison Park encounter
for goals. Steven Davis and Graziano
Pelle scored in the first half as
Southampton beat promoted
Bournemouth 2-0 in a rare meeting
of the south-coast rivals.
"We worked hard, they were trying
to frustrate us," Pelle told British
broadcaster Sky Sports.
"We have to maybe improve some
parts when we are two or three up,
but we were good in the defensive
Southampton coped for the last 10
minutes with ten men after Victor
Wanyama was sent off after being
shown a second yellow card. (AP)
Southampton's Graziano Pelle, left, celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game during their English
Premier League soccer match against AFC Bournemouth at St Mary's, Southampton, England, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Kone scores 3 goals
as Everton routs
PARIS---Sixth-place Nice missed
the chance to close the gap on the
top five in the French league after
being held to a 0-0 home draw by
struggling Lille yesterday.
Winger Hatem Ben Arfa, who is
pushing for a France recall after
scoring seven league goals this sea-
son, was behind Nice s best efforts.
In the 60th minute, he embarked
on one of this trademark solo runs
from midfield and forced goalkeeper
Vincent Enyeama into a low save.
With ten minutes left, Ben Arfa s
poorly-cleared freekick fell to striker
Valere Germain and after his shot
was saved on the line by defender
Renato Civelli, midfielder
Mahamane Traore headed against
Zambia defender Stoppila Sunzu
almost won it for Lille in stoppage
time when his header was cleared
off the line. (AP)
...Over In France
Nice loses ground
on top 5 after
drawing 0-0 vs Lille
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