Everton finally remembered how to win when they crashed Chelsea 3-1 in a Premier League game played at Goodison Park today.

Days after parting ways with Portuguese manager Marco Silva, the Tofees needed something to rejuvenate the mood and Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s brace and Richarlison’s early strike were all they needed to come back to winning ways after the 5-2 drubbing by city rivals Liverpool at Anfield.

Frank Lampard’s men got their consolation from former Real Madrid man Mateo Kovacic.

New Everton manager Duncan Ferguson celebrated wildly with the fans as he started his tenure on a winning note.