Everton 4-2 Brighton: James Rodriguez On Target Twice For Toffees

Everton rubbished Brighton with a a 4-2 win in a game James Rodriguez-inspired.

The Colombian scored twice as Carlo Ancelotti's men were left smiling at the summit of the Premier League thanks to a 4-2 win.

Red-hot striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin opened the scoring with a back post header, but Neal Maupay equalised after capitalising on another Jordan Pickford error.

Yerry Mina netted on the stroke of half-time, and then led his team-mates into performing the Macarena to celebrate in the corner.

The second half was one way traffic, with summer signing from Real Madrid Rodriguez slotting home two cool finishes to ensure another three points for the rampant Toffees.

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Yves Bissouma scored an injury-time consolation for the Seagulls to make the scoreline more respectable.

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