Seamus Coleman proved his class once again on Saturday, putting in a simply wonderful performance at Huddersfield.
Everton consolidated a top ten finish on Saturday with a relatively comfortable 2-0 win at Huddersfield, and Coleman was at his absolute best.
Huddersfield had the better of the first half, but the Toffees delivered a crucial blow just before half time as Cenk Tosun found the net.
Leighton Baines provided the assist for Idrissa Gueye to add the second goal, but it was the other full back that really stole the spotlight.
There are always worries when a player comes back from a lengthy injury layoff, both about form and fitness, but Seamus Coleman has quashed any such concerns.
The Irishman returned from a horrific leg break earlier this year, and already seems to be back to his best.
In the 2-0 win at Huddersfield, the 29 year-old put his 77 touches of the ball to good use, completing two dribbles and firing in two shots.
As always, he was also effective and reliable on the defensive side, making a remarkable six tackles and five clearances.
Everton are a completely different team when Coleman plays, and he is no doubt one of the most important players in the Premier League when fit.
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