Everton returned to winning ways with a 4-0 victory over West Ham at Goodison Park on Wednesday night as new manager Sam Allardyce watched on from the stands.
Wayne Rooney scored an unbelievable hat-trick to move the Toffees away from the Premier League relegation zone, but the problems for David Moyes and his Hammers side only appear to be getting worse.
Joe Hart conceded a penalty in the opening 45 minutes by bringing down Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Although the West Ham goalkeeper saved the resulting spot-kick from Rooney, the ex-Manchester United attacker was on hand to tap the ball into an empty net.
Rooney was on hand again after he connected with Tom Davies’ well-placed cross to put the Toffees two ahead.
West Ham got back into the game after the break and were awarded with a penalty.
However Hart’s rival for the England No 1 jersey Jordan Pickford was on hand to save it, but unlike his international team-mate, he managed to parry away Manuel Lanzini’s spot-kick.
Rooney made sure he would grab the headlines though by scoring one of the greatest goals in Premier League history from his own-half to beat Hart to round of his hat-trick, much to the joy of Allardyce.
Here, Football Insider rates the players out of 10 for their performances against the Hammers.
Click ‘reveal’ below to see how we rated Everton’ stars v West Ham