This is just so strange. Everton have won a game and done so decisively. Yes, it came against inferior opposition, but it’s a start. You have to walk before you run and you have to curb stomp Sunderland before you can beat sides in the Premier League.
In case you missed it
Everton 3-0 Sunderland: Everything is Beautiful and Nothing Hurts
Oumar Niasse sees a return to the side as Everton advance.
Edinson Cavani on Everton’s radar after dispute with Neymar
The Uruguayan is definitely a striker.
Yannick Bolasie could be close to Everton return
Bolasie will be just like a new signing!
Thursday’s Toffee Bites
Calvert-Lewin Savours Special Moment - EvertonFC.com
the youngster speaks following Everton's big win over Sunderland.
'I'm so happy for Oumar Niasse, I'm like a proud father' - Liverpool Echo
Everton fans made up for striker after he scores first goal for Blues - 500 days after his last game for them.
Antonio Conte sends message to Everton after Carabao Cup draw - Metro News
Antonio Conte insists Chelsea will be coming up against 'one of the best teams' in the Premier League after drawing Everton in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
Sunderland team had more Everton apps than Everton did - The Telegraph
Everton fans could have been forgiven for turning up to Goodison Park on Wednesday evening and feeling a sense of familiarity with the Sunderland team.
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