Gary Lineker insists it's a "joy" to see Everton "playing brilliantly" after they secured their first Premier League win of the season at Brentford on Saturday.
Goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure, James Tarkowski and Dominic Calvert-Lewin saw the Blues move out of the relegation zone and up to 15th place in the Premier League.
Victory comes after Sean Dyche's side have endured a difficult start to the new campaign with disappointing defeats to Arsenal and Aston Villa, and undeserved ones to Fulham and Wolves, while star striker Calvert-Lewin was sidelined for a few weeks after sustaining a facial injury.
However, a strong start in West London on Saturday evening laid the foundations for Everton to prosper - despite being pegged back by Mathias Jensen's first-half equaliser - and claim a first league victory since May.
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Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, after the full-time whistle, Lineker, who played for Everton in the 1985-1986 campaign before joining Barcelona, hailed the return to form of his old side.
"What a joy to see Everton playing brilliantly," wrote the footballer-turned-presenter to his 8.8 million followers.
The win at the Gtech Community Stadium sets the Blues up nicely ahead of back-to-back Premier League outings at Goodison Park, with Luton Town and Bournemouth the visitors to Merseyside before the October international break.
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