Everton boss Marco Silva says he is delighted after his side beat a poor Manchester United side 4-0 at Goodison Park this afternoon.
It was the biggest margin that Everton have enjoyed over United since 1984 and Silva’s side showed all the hallmarks of the wonderful Everton side of the 80s.
Richarlison opened the scoring, capitalising on a long throw in from fellow summer signing Lucas Digne, who got Everton’s third. Man of the match Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a lovely long range efdort for Everton’s second and Theo Walcott rounded the day off slotting into the Gwladys Street net to make it four.
Silva, speaking to Sky Sports, said”I’m delighted with the players. It’s important to remind you what we did in the last four home games – we’re on a fantastic run.
“Our last performance away was not good enough and we must show something different. We did. We were the best team on the pitch from the first to last minute.
“When we won against Chelsea we were 26 games without a win against the top six. After we won I said we will change that, and now we are playing with quality at home.
“It’s important to see our fans enjoying what we are doing – everything what I want as a manager. We are doing really well. Last seven games, five clean sheets.”