The Toffees come from behind to beat the ambitious Baggies 5-2.
Everton have kept their momentum ticking as they defeated West Bromwich Albion 5-2 on match-day 2 at Goodison Park.
Baggies proved out to be too dangerous in the first-half as Diangana scored the opener inside the opening ten minutes of the game.
However, Dominic Clavert-Lewin and James Rodriguez found the nets before the end of the first half, with the latter one scoring his first goal for the Toffees.
On the brink of the break, Kieran Gibbs got sent off for hitting James’ face while Baggies manager Slaven Bilic faced the same fate soon for the protest.
Despite the turmoil, West Brom came up with the equalizer in the 47th minute, with Matheus Pereira scoring a fantastic freekick.
Calvert-Lewin went on to complete his hat-trick while Michael Keane chipped in with a goal, to put the game to bed.
Calvert-Lewin has started the campaign on a strong note as he scored the winning goal against Tottenham last week.
Meanwhile, James Rodriguez, Everton’s most anticipated signing, was on target once again as he registered a goal and an assist against the Baggies.
The 29-year-old’s creativity has been of great use to the newly revived Toffees side. The Colombian’s lofted ball that set up Calvert-Lewin’s goal was one of the best features of the game.
Carlo Ancelotti has made a strong statement following back-to-back wins in the Premier League.
Everton, who have now jumped to the top of the table, will face Brighton in their next Premier League fixture.