better from Everton

Kontol

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The word "better" not clear enough here if used alone without being more information from a previous sentence. For instance "I'm feeling better" is a clear sentence. Does the writer invert a word order here? So the sentence goes like:

Everton are better.

Everton 0-0 Liverpool
6: CLOSE! Better from Everton. Goodison erupts as the Toffees break forward for the first time, but Townsend is unable to get his head on Gray's deflected cross to the back post.

 

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It's omission rather than inversion.
 

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The word "better" is not clear enough here if used alone without being more information from a previous sentence. For instance "I'm feeling better" is a clear sentence. Does the writer invert a word order here? So The sentence goes like:
 
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