Same. A toddler may have struggled today with his chance, but a grown man wouldn't. Put the Kleenex away lads.
I don't think that the finish was what marked his performance to be honest. That, on a personal basis for him, was purely a bonus.
It was the fact that, again, he changed the tempo of our team's performance and basically gave us the momentum to win the game. Plus as has been said, his decision making was a lot better than his more recent injury comebacks.
But in general I don't know how anyone who saw his run in the team at the end of 06-07 can doubt that he has the ability to be a top striker. For me the only questions are always whether the injuries will come back, and then if they don't whether they have taken the edge of his game.
Clearly this sub performance can't answer either of the above, but I think he's earned the general hope that the majority of Evertonians have for him.