Everton have not looked back since they demolished Manchester City. 
Everton began to show their intents right from the first blast of the whistle from Mike Jones. The first goal came in the first minute  through their talisman Romelu Lukaku. The first half ended 3-0 in favor of Everton but soon after restart, Bournemouth gave Everton a scary chase by scoring two quick goals thereby reducing the deficit to just one goal with twenty minutes left to play. 

In the 83 & 84th minute, Lukaku scored two goals to extinguish any hope of a comeback from the Cherries. Lukaku became the second Everton player to score four in a premier league match after Luis Saha.

Bournemouth scored again in the 90th minutes but Ross Barkley made it six to make sure the deficit remains three. 

Everton are now six points behind Liverpool who are in fourth position and two points behind Man United in the sixth position. 

Ronald Koeman’s men have chance of making it to Europe this season if they remained consistent and the teams above them slip.