SNODS ON A FRIDAY
Well, what a game that was! Three goals in the first 40 minutes, a red card - and an Everton victory, I bet David Moyes wishes all of his games at Goodison could be played under the floodlights!
The players came out to one heck of a roar from the crowd and I think that really helped the players start brightly. They competed right from the first whistle and Spurs didn't know what had hit them.
But it wasn't just a fighting spirit - we also played some really good football. The pace of Radzinski and McFadden were causing big problems for their back four and I just hoped at the time that we could take advantage of our dominance.
It turned out we did. McFadden chased a hopeless ball and won a corner and then David Unsworth popped the ball past Keller and into the net. 1-0 - and the second wasn't long in coming.
Who'd have thought that Gary Naysmith was a free-kick specialist?! He certainly kept that one quiet - but curled in a beauty that my old mate Sheeds would have been proud of.
We fully deserved to be in front and buoyed by the confidence of the two goals - we kept going forward. We were rewarded when Joseph Yobo - who's turning out to have an eye for goal - stabbed home the third - again from a Gravesen corner.
For me, Thomas Gravesen was my man of the match. He was at the heart of everything and fully deserved the standing ovation he got when he came off the pitch with two minutes to go.
When Thomas plays well, the team plays well and he put some lovely balls for both Tomasz and Faddy to chase as well as getting stuck in when he was needed. It was a really good team performance. Let's just hope we can keep it up against Leeds on Tuesday.