Prospective Everton buyer Josh Wander responded with a three-word answer when asked if he enjoyed his first match at Goodison Park.
The Blues had won both of their prior matches away to Brentford and Aston Villa, meaning there was confidence about the ground for their return to their home surroundings. Luton Town were the visitors, winless since their promotion, though early goals from Tom Lockyer and Carlton Morris were enough to help them secure a 2-1 victory.
Not only did it draw Sean Dyche's men back towards the bottom three, it was 777 Partners' first taste of football at the current home of the club. The US investment firm's co-founders, Wander and Steve Pasko, who have agreed to purchase Farhad Moshiri's 94.1 percent controlling stake in Everton, were in town to attend the Premier League clash, along with Don Dransfield.
It is the first fixture they have attended since takeover talk began this month, as 777 await official approval of their ownership from the Premier League and Financial Conduct Authority, but not the first time they have been around the club since visiting Finch Farm recently. The result would have been one that nobody urging the home team on would have wanted, of course, and Wander was among that cohort.
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Responding to a question from BBC Sport journalist Shamoon Hafez about whether he enjoyed his visit to Goodison, Wander replied: "Except the result."
Blues boss Sean Dyche was asked about 777 attending the game afterwards and said: "I have had a meeting with them, if they do become owners, but that was 10 days ago.
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