Five things we learned from Everton v West Ham
The first half of Super Sunday is done and dusted and Everton have recorded a solid 2-0 win over West Ham at Goodison Park thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley.
The first half was a very tight battle. Both teams had chances to get in front with the chief of those falling to Pedro Obiang and Ross Barkley respectively.
Obiang skied an effort as he was closed in on from all sides whilst Barkley worked some space for himself in the area before seeing his shot saved by a strong arm from Adrian.
Goalless it would stay until half-time but things soon changed after the break. Quick thinking from Yannick Bolasie saw him seize the ball in the area and square it for Romelu Lukaku to nod home into an open net.
Then, Barkley did get his goal to seal the game and round off a job well done for the Toffees.
It was a fascinating game to watch for large periods and here are five things we learned from it all…