Romelu Lukaku continued his impressive goal scoring for against West Ham, scoring his ninth goal in 11 games against the Hammers in Sunday’s 2-0 Premier League win at Goodison Park.
The win was Everton’s first in five league games while it what the sixth defeat of the season for West Ham.
The Belgian forward headed in his seventh goal of the season after the Hammers goalkeeper Adrian has pulled out a stunning save from Seamus Coleman’s effort but Yannick Bolasie reacted quickly to pick out Lukaku who gave the Toffees the lead in the 50th minute.
The goal was Lukaku’s 50th goal in the Premier League. He became the third Everton player to reach the milestone after Duncan Ferguson and Tim Cahill.
Ross Barkley made it 2-0 in the 76th minute of the game.
The England international started the move in midfield and continued his run into the box before Lukaku’s clever pass picked him out.
Barkley still a lot to do but beat Adrian with an effort back across the West Ham keeper.
The result took Ronald Koeman’s men up to sixth on the log with 18 points from ten games while West Ham remain 16th with ten points from ten games.