EVERTON danced and dazzled their way past Brighton with a James Rodriguez-inspired win.
The Colombian scored twice as Carlo Ancelotti’s men were left smiling at the summit of the Premier League thanks to a 4-2 win.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored his ninth goal of the season and James Rodriguez netted twice as Everton beat Brighton to make it four Premier League wins from four for the impressive table-topping Toffees.
Everton replicate title-winning start from 1969-70
- Everton have won each of their opening four games to a top-flight season for the first time since 1969-70, when they went on to win the title.
- Everton have won their first seven games in all competitions in a season for the first time since 1894-95 (won first eight).
- Brighton remain winless away at Everton in all competitions, drawing two and losing seven of their nine visits.
Premier League : Chelsea thrashes Crystal Palace 4-0, Chilwell, Jorginho shines
Earlier BEN CHILWELL had a dream debut for Chelsea as he helped the Blues to a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace with a goal and assist.
The left back netted the opener from close range and followed that up with a pintpoint cross for Kurt Zouma to head home a second.
Jorginho then added two penalties as Cesar Azpilicueta was forced to intervene when Tammy Abraham attempted to grab the ball off for the Italian and take the second kick.
- Chilwell (50′ minutes),
- Zouma (66′ minutes),
- Jorginho (78′ minutes pen, 82′
Premier League Latest Points Table (Till Everton – Brighton Game on Saturday)