Everton slipped to their fourth defeat in five games at Goodison Park after a 1-0 loss to Leeds United.
Raphinha scored 10 minutes from time as Everton failed to convert a number of chances in an entertaining game.
Here's what the media made of the match:
"Carlo Ancelotti finding consistency elusive"
Chris Bascombe writes: "Having gone into the game with an eye on third, this was a consecutive home defeat for Ancelotti, who is finding the consistency he craves elusive. He was not as downbeat as after other recent losses, acknowledging the peculiarities of such an ambitious opponent.
"Every manager in the Premier League needs to seriously rethink their plans before meeting Leeds. That is part of the Bielsa effect and why - not for the first time - Leeds showed their return to the top flight will not be brief."
"Everton's unbeaten start seems like a distant memory"
Alistair Magowan writes: "Leeds will point to their attacking approach - and keeping the league's top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin in check - as key in the victory and their move up to 11th in the table.
"Everton slipped to a fourth defeat in five games, making their unbeaten start to the season seem like a distant memory.
"They carved out plenty of chances themselves, but could not beat Illan Meslier, who denied Richarlison, Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure.
"The Toffees also showed their defensive frailties once more as Leeds picked them apart, which, but for better finishing, could have made the scoreline even more convincing for the visitors.
"This is the first time boss Ancelotti has lost successive home fixtures since 2012 when he was manager at Paris St-Germain."
"Everton's defensive problems causing defeats"
Carl Markham writes: "Everton's defensive problems - now a record-equalling nine successive home league matches without a clean sheet, their worst run since December 2012 - meant it is now four defeats in five matches, with this only Carlo Ancelotti's third league loss at Goodison in 11 months.
"The pre-match statistics - 33 goals conceded and just four clean sheets in 18 combined Premier League matches - pointed to a goalfest and it should have delivered one."
"Carlo Ancelotti will take no satisfaction from being right"
Andy Hunter writes: "Carlo Ancelotti predicted an open affair but took no satisfaction, or points, from being proved correct. Knowing how Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds play does not equate to stifling them, and Raphinha’s first goal for the club since his £17m arrival from Rennes delivered another highly impressive away win for the entertainers from Elland Road.
"The first meeting between Bielsa and Ancelotti was worth the wait. Everton and Leeds traded 38 shots on goal – 23 of them from the visitors – and while one goal represented a meagre return from an end-to-end, engrossing spectacle there would be no complaints from Bielsa."
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"Bielsa shows Ancelotti how to do more with less"
Joe Mewis writes: "Everton would end the match with four central midfielders on the pitch, two of whom were playing wing back. And it showed. Contrast this with some of the performances Leeds United fans are used to from players out of position and another of Bielsa's key strengths comes into focus.
"While the Leeds side at Goodison Park largely saw players in their preferred positions, it is still worth remembering that Stuart Dallas is not a natural left-back, while Jack Harrison at times operated as a second striker alongside Patrick Bamford.
"Everton fans may bemoan the depth of their squad, but Bielsa has proven at Leeds that this is a problem that can be addressed without throwing money at it."