Everton picked up a vital three points with a shock victory over Chelsea at Goodison Park.
The Blues were fortunate to not be behind in the first ten minutes as Chelsea, inspired by Eden Hazard, dominated proceedings.
That continued for the entire first half yet Chelsea could not take advantage before the break. Everton punished them for their profligacy with a resounding second-half display.
Richarlison opened the scoring when he latched onto a loose ball and smashed home. Gylfi Sigurdsson later missed a penalty, won from a Marcos Alonso foul on Richarlison, but converted the rebound to secure all three points for the Toffees.
Here’s what we learned from the game: