Everton made it back to back wins with another impressive display to knock Aston Villa out of the Carabao Cup.
A packed away end of more than 4,000 Blues was given a performance they could get behind as they watched a relentless team performance that left Villa unable to gain a foothold in the match.
The victory builds on the momentum created at Brentford and Sean Dyche will hope it carries his team into two significant home games - against Luton Town then Bournemouth.
Now the dust has settled, here are a few moments beneath the headlines from the party that unfolded at Villa Park.
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Arnaut Danjuma stays more reserved than Dwight McNeil
One of the highlights of the weekend was Dwight McNeil’s early celebration against Brentford as Dominic Calvert-Lewin was slipped through on goal by James Garner. The winger had his arms aloft well before the ball hit the back of the net to give Everton a two-goal cushion in west London.
Calvert-Lewin’s instincts enabled him to create for himself at Villa as he stole a short pass from Youri Tielemans, beat Ezri Konsa then ran through on Robin Olsen’s goal. Arnaut Danjuma fought to catch up with him and had a front row view of the striker as he bore down on goal - but waited for the ball to cross the line before he took off.
Abdoulaye Doucoure and Michael Keane get the better of Douglas Luiz
Abdoulaye Doucoure was introduced with just over 10 minutes to go and brought an energy and determination that stopped the home side from truly settling on the ball as it sought a way back into the tie. In particular, he was aRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk