Seamus Coleman smashes Everton into the lead against Brighton
Everton defender Seamus Coleman has scored his first goal of the season with a wonderful strike against Brighton & Hove Albion at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The match marked Coleman's seventh game of the league campaign since returning from a foot injury that had sidelined him for over a month in September.
The Toffees have won three of their last four games under Marco Silva and look on course for a fourth win in five games thanks to Coleman and goals either side of half-time from Richarlison.
The Brazilian opened the hosts account after 26 minutes before Brighton defender Lewis Dunk pulled one back for the visitors just a few minutes later.
Coleman then restored the hosts advantage when he blasted a low driven shot past Mat Ryan and into the bottom left corner before Richarlison made it 3-1 later in the half.
The win for Everton will see the Merseysiders reduce Watford's lead in eighth to just a single point.