Everton treated their supporters to a second consecutive huge home win on Saturday as Aston Villa were annihilated at Goodison Park.
Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku scored goals two each as Everton stormed to a 4-0 victory, three weeks after they beat Sunderland 6-2 on Merseyside.
Barkley’s first was a simple tap-in after Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan had fumbled Gerard Deulofeu’s drilled cross.
Villa, who remain bottom of the Premier League table, never threatened to make this match a contest.
They were 2-0 down inside the opening 30 minutes thanks to a brilliant header.
Seamus Coleman provided the cross, which Lukaku latched onto at the near post, diverting the ball across goal into the far corner.
The game was over by half time, with Barkley scoring again before the interval.
Barkley then created the fourth goal just before the hour mark, sliding in a perfect pass for Lukuku, who slotted past Guzan first time.
Everton are now seventh in the table, eight points below surprise leaders Leicester City.
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