Happy Monday Blues, I imagine all of you, like me, have floated around with a big smug grin on your face. Days like yesterday are why I love football and love Everton. It's horrible when you concede a late goal - as we have found to our cost this season - but conversely there is no better way to win a game.
The result could prove to be a vital one in the final shake up, something picked up on by plenty of articles on Monday. First things first though:
Moyes reassures fans that Kevin Mirallas has not suffered a reoccurrence of his hamstring injury but did feel it tighten up at half-time and was taken off as a precaution.
Steven Pienaar expresses his delight at scoring against his old club, revealing that it was only his second headed goal and first since 2001.
Sylvain Distin says Everton's never-say-die attitude bodes well for the rest of the season.
Adam Bate of Sky Sports.com provides an insight into our profitable left-sided duo Steven Pienaar and Leighton Baines.
Kevin Garside talks up our top four prospects following the Spurs win
A number of sides, including Spurs, QPR, Sunderland and Newcastle have been linked with a loan move for Tim Cahill, Everton remain favourites however.
The Spurs defender, who did not play at Goodison, tweeted to highlight the importance of a point gained against the Blues, obviously oblivious to the fact Jelavic popped up with the winner a few seconds later!
The excellent Executioners Bong gives his usual precise and informative analysis of the game.