Everton finish tour with defeat

Everton finished their pre-season tour with a 1-0 defeat to Werder Bremen at Weserstadion on Tuesday evening.

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The Bundesliga side won thanks to a Sandro Wagner strike - the only goal of a low-key game.

David Moyes' side started brightly, with youngster Ross Barkley a threat on the right flank, but fell behind eight minutes before the break, Wagner crashing home a header from close range.

The Toffees were almost immediately back on terms, Sylvain Distin heading narrowly over (44) before a raft of half-time changes disrupted the flow of the match.

And the visitors were ultimately lucky to only go down by a single goal as Markus Rosenburg fired a glorious chance wide late on.

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