What The Papers Say - 16 March
Match reports, Martinez reaction and Blues linked to Spaniards.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Seamus Coleman is the talk of Sunday's newspapers after his dramatic winner against Cardiff City.
The Everton right-back sliced a 92nd-minute effort into the back of David Marshall's net to send Goodison wild - and the morning's nationals claim it was 'the luck of the Irish' that sealed three points for the Toffees.
Most of their match reports centre around the form of Marshall, as well as Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being on the wrong end of an injury-time goal after becoming renowned for his knack of scoring late winners during his playing career.
The Liverpool Echo carry Roberto Martinez's post-match thoughts and the Spaniard was delighted with the never-say-die attitude his team displayed.
Lee Carsley's Sunday column says the Blues picking up points before their rivals for the European places have played can be advantageous.
The former Republic of Ireland man also tips Aiden McGeady to have an important role to play in Everton's run-in after an impressive substitute appearance against the South Wales side.
And in the Daily Star on Sunday , the Blues are linked with a £3million summer move for Espanyol forward Sergio Garcia.
Fellow Spaniard Isaac Cuenca is also said to be on Martinez's radar, with the 22-year-old reportedly free to leave Barcelona at the end of the season.