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 upbeat over Mirallas - Official site
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.
Pienaar hails 'special' goal - Official site
Steven Pienaar expresses his delight at scoring against his old club, revealing that it was only his second headed goal and first since 2001.
Distin hails Everton spirit - Sporting life
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.
Everton are real Champions League contenders - The Independant
Kevin Garside talks up our top four prospects following the Spurs win
EPL clubs court Cahill - Fox Sports
A number of sides, including Spurs, QPR, Sunderland and Newcastle have been linked with a loan move for Tim Cahill, Everton remain favourites however.
Benoit Assou Ekotto gets the score wrong!
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!
Everton 2 Spurs 1 - Tactical Deconstruction
The excellent Executioners Bong gives his usual precise and informative analysis of the game.