The young Everton midfielder was impressive on his debut against Norwich City.
Everton youngster Tom Davies was in fine form as his side beat Norwich City this weekend.
In an end of season clash that meant nothing for either side, David Unsworth elected to hand young duo Tom Davies and Kieran Dowell their debuts for Everton.
They impressed as well as the Blues ran out comfortable 3-0 winners courtesy of goals from James McCarthy, Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas.
Davies was key to the win, as he put in an all action performance in midfield to leave many anticipating he could be the next young star to emerge at the club.
|Match||Won Tackle||Interception Won||Duel Won||Accurate Pass||Successful Final Third Passes||Passing Accuracy||Touches|
|Tom Davies||Everton vs Norwich||1||4||4||28||11||80%||52|
As the stats provided by Opta show, he was heavily involved throughout.
He managed 52 touches in total, the third most of any Everton player in the game, with just four of those proving unsuccessful.
His passing was particularly impressive as he managed 28 accurate passes, 11 of which were in the final third, and enjoyed an overall pass success rate of 80%.
Defensively he was also solid, winning one tackle, four interceptions and four defensive duels in total in a display that will have impressed many at Everton.