Pienaar The Crowd Pleaser
South African star so happy to win in style.
Steven Pienaar was delighted to turn in a crowd-pleasing performance against Fulham.
The South African had a hand in all four of Everton's goals as the Cottagers were dispatched in stylish fashion.
The highlight of the on-loan midfielder's display was undoubtedly the scooped pass which allowed Tim Cahill to score Everton's fourth goal.
"I would rather score!" Pienaar joked on evertontv. "No, it is always good if you have a hand in the goals. The build up to the fourth goal was fantastic and to be involved was a good feeling.
"The last game we played here at Goodison we won 4-0 and it was the same today again, and last week we scored four goals. The guys are getting the form in front of goal and that's important especially over the last few games because we have to entertain the supporters."
Pienaar also won the free-kick that lead to Nikica Jelavic's penalty before finding the Croat again with a great through ball for the third goal.
The Blues' other goal was Marouane Fellaini's header from the former Ajax man's corner.
"Niki is in good goalscoring form," added Pienaar. "Strikers have to score goals and he makes it easy for us because his movement is unbelievable.
"We know going to Stoke next is never going to be easy, we have to keep on going."