Everton Looks Set For EL Group Stage After Defeating Hajduk Split In The First-Leg
Hajduk fans surged towards the Goodison Park pitch and threw objects as play was stopped in the 33rd minute.
Moments earlier, Michael Keane had risen highest at the far post to head in Leighton Baines’ left-wing cross.
Idrissa Gueye slotted in when play resumed after a five-minute delay, giving the Toffees a healthy lead.
Hajduk, who finished third in the Croatian top-flight last season, pressed more in the second half as the Premier League side held on to a vital clean sheet.