Romelu Lukaku scored his 19th Premier League goal of the season as Everton pleasantly defeated West Brom 3-0 at Goodison Park on Saturday.

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The demonstrator, that invested a period on loan at Albion previously in his job, contributed to Everton’s very first 2 goals, aiding to establish Kevin Mirallas’ opener prior to aiding Morgan Schneiderlin’s strike on the stroke of half-time.

Lukaku’s header in the 82nd min secured the triumph and also places him degree with Tottenham ahead Harry Kane on top of the league’s racking up graph.

The success settles Everton’s setting in 7th, expanding their lead over eighth-place West Brom to 7 factors.

The Toffees are currently 2 factors behind Manchester United in 6th albeit having actually played 2 video games greater than Jose Mourinho’s side.

Tony Pulis, organizing his 300th Premier League game, made 3 modifications from the 2-0 residence loss by Crystal Royal residence, while Everton made 2 modifications from their 3-2 loss at Tottenham.

The hosts originally battled to damage down a persistent Baggies protection, with Lukaku going closest prior to Mirallas opened up the racking up.

The previous Chelsea demonstrator dragged a very early initiative large and responded past the message, however played his component when Everton did damage the predicament 6 mins prior to half-time.

His pass fortunately selected Ross Barkley when Ben Foster cannot hold the England international’s shot, Mirallas got on hand to end up from close quarters.

Ronald Koeman’s side increased their lead in first-half blockage time via Schneiderlin, that nicely raised the round over Foster after great by Lukaku.

It was the Frenchman’s very first top-flight goal for Everton as well as his initial in the Premier League considering that he racked up for Manchester United at Goodison Park 511 days earlier.

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