* Miserable week for Manchester United concludes with 4-0 crushing at Everton
* Richarlison volleyed Everton ahead in 13th
* Gylfi Sigurdsson’s long-range drive made it 2-0
* Lucas Digne thundered in the third
* Substitute Theo Walcott made it four
* Everton are at Crystal Palace on Saturday, United host Man City on Wednesday
April 21 (Reuters) - A woeful Manchester United suffered their fifth straight away defeat, in all competitions, with a 4-0 Premier League hammering at the hands of a vibrant Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Brazilian Richarlison fired Everton ahead in the 13th minute with an acrobatic high volley after Dominic Calvert-Lewin flicked on a long throw.
Gylfi Sigurdsson made it 2-0 with a low drive from over 25 yards out that United keeper David De Gea was slow to react to.
Lucas Digne then blasted in the third in the 56th minute after De Gea punched out a corner to the French full-back as United struggled to get even a foot in the game.
Icelandic playmaker Sigurdsson then put substitute Theo Walcott through with a clever pass through the legs of Victor Lindelof which the former Arsenal striker confidently converted.
United, eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona on Tuesday, remain in sixth, outside the four qualification spots for next season’s campaign. (Reporting by Simon Evans, editing by Pritha Sarkar)