Kurt Zouma and Dominic Calvert-Lewin gave Everton a 2-0 win over Bournemouth to move them into the top half of the Premier League table.
Zouma scored his first Everton goal as the Toffees beat a Bournemouth side that had impressed for large parts of the game Goodison Park but couldn't find that cutting edge up front.
The Cherries impressed for most of the of the first half and saw David Brooks hit a post after 18 minutes.
Everton, though, grabbed the opening goal just after the hour mark when Zouma headed home Lucas Digne's cross ahead of Asmir Begovic .
The hosts then wrapped up the three points when substitute Dominic Calvert-Lewin converted Lookman's low cross in added time.
Everton 2-0 Bournemouth Opta stats
- Everton have now won all six of their competitive home matches against Bournemouth, including all four in the Premier League.
- Bournemouth have conceded 103 goals in the Premier League since the start of 2017-18; two more than any other team in that period (West Ham on 100).
- Kurt Zouma was the 139th different player to score a goal for Everton in the Premier League, only West Ham (147), Tottenham (146) and Newcastle (141) have seen more players net for them in the competition.
- Kurt Zouma’s goal for Everton was his third in the Premier League and his first since November 2017 for Stoke City. All three of his goals have come from headers inside the box.
- Everton’s Lucas Digne has had six goal involvements this season (three goals, three assists), equaling his best ever tally in a top-flight campaign (also six for Roma in 2015-16).
- Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored his fourth Premier League goal of the season for Everton, equaling his best-ever tally in a top-flight league campaign (four in 2017-18).
- After scoring six goals in his first nine Premier League appearances for Everton, Richarlison has scored just three goals in his last 11 games in the competition.