Elastic defense defeat saw Everton frustrated unhappy Chelsea as they fought on Sunday 0-0 at Stamford Bridge.
On the other hand, Maurizio Sarri was at the top of the Premier League table, with a temporary victory at least, but with English International Jordan Pickorder in an inspiration form and Yerry mine that caught up around the first Blues start did not pass by the men Marcela Silva earned a deserved part prey.
Everton is now the ninth place in the Premier League table that leads to an international holiday in November, losing just one of his last six league games, and that is what the national media did.
Daily mirror John Cross was full of praise for the "brilliant" Pickford after the last whistle.
He writes: Everton's keeper Jordan Pickford is surely a man combined with a series of brilliant, spectacular savings, especially from the Chelsea strike that he left Marcos Alonso.
This was a game that Everton had lost in the past, but they kept each step firmly and resisted Chelsea.
In fairness for Everton, this was not just about Chelsea's unequal finishing. There was also a lot of good, strong disciplined defense against visitors.
Marco Silva is well-drilled by Everton, the hardest to beat them and are no longer a soft touch illustrated by theatrical managers.
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Michael Jones from independent also commended Blues' defensive efforts in the downturn when he saw changes to Goodison Park from Silvio's summer arrival.
He wrote: "The center of attention of Yerry Mina has debuted for Everton and was part of a strong defensive effort by the visitors, who appear to have a tougher proposal now that their new coach, Marco Silva, has three months of team shape and style,
Meanwhile, he said of Pickford's performance: he stopped Alonso's volleyball with diving saves to keep his levels in the first half and was under severe pressure in the second half, but made some stars that save the clean sheet.
Tofeas's resilience re-recorded A day star Mark Taylor praised his "magnificent struggle".
He writes: Marco Silva's visitors will no doubt leave Stamford Bridge, because the happier both sides are just the fourth team that forced Chelsea to drop the points of this mandate.
The Toffees raised a magnificent struggle to maintain its position at the edges of the European Qualifying League.
Winger Bernard could even defend all three places for Merseysiders, but an unmarked Brazilian could only cut off his line just a few steps away from Chelsea's goal to throw the fight the best chances for the game.
Patric Ridge from Goal.com they recognized Pickford's efforts in helping Everton gain part of the plunder.
He writes: "Jordan Pickford was in good shape because Chelsea kept on the frustrating naked home championship in Everton on Sunday.
The England goalkeeper was a great star of Toffees with a series of great stoppages because Chelsea missed the opportunity to go to the top of the Premier League over Liverpool, and Manchester City managed to return a top scorer at least to Manchester United.
Team Marco Silve restricted the area to Chelsea, but when Blues went through the Everton ranks, they found the Pickwick English goalkeepers in top form.
Meanwhile, Kris Holland from BBC Sport believes Silva will be very happy with her team at Stamford Bridge.
He writes: Merseysiders will not be dissatisfied with their afternoon's work and go to this year's international break, losing just one of their last six league games.
Silva will surely be happy with the performance of the Colombian summer signing of Yerry Mine on his full debut.
The 27 million pound man came aside for the bad Kurt Zouma, who was not able to play against his parent club and defended visitors with the promise that the player made his 100th start.
While Pickford's efforts were impressive and worthy of special praise, Everton was not cut off by Sarr's hopes of hope, with impressive expositions on their backdrop.
Silva could even use all three points to end the 28-year-old waiting to win at Stamford Bridge when Bernard played just over six meters from the goal, just to get stuck and make a mistake.
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And finally, ECHO Phil Kirkbride believes that, although not the best performance, Everton's most important result has been to Silve so far.
He writes: There were hugs and high five that many of his team Marco Silva could find while he was on the field in full time.
Players push their fists in front of fans at Shed End, surrender their shirts and applaud them for their support.
Everton did not break because he played 0-0, but the significance of this result, against the powerful and dangerous Chelsea side – and the marker he set for this developing group – was worthy of great satisfaction incarcerated on their faces in the end.
This was not the best performance of Silve Era, the most complete, fluid or cohesive, but that was the greatest result.