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Richarlison holds his nerve from the penalty spot to put Everton back ahead against Brentford. And with the knowledge a late equaliser could still prove decisive in the fight against relegation, Everton were again their own worst enemies as Rondon was shown a straight red for a needless, petulant lunge on Henry. “To get the centre-half sent off so early killed the game plan,” former Everton defender Phil Jagielka added on Super Sunday. “The attitude to get to half-time ahead, you wondered if they could get the job done – but at half-time it was always going to be a really difficult second half.” An afternoon already overshadowed by a moment of ill-discipline got worse for Everton late on, as substitute Salomon Rondon became the second player dismissed for a two-footed lunge on Henry. But their afternoon took a sudden turn soon after when Jarrad Branthwaite misjudged a long ball forward and ended up hauling Ivan Toney over, and as the last man he was shown a straight red card by referee Michael Oliver.