The Toffees have been excellent in the Premier League so far and they have won all four games in the League.
Carlo Ancelotti will be very pleased with his team’s performance.
It will be interesting to see if Everton can continue this kind of form in the upcoming Merseyside Derby and beat the Premier League champions, Liverpool.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the opening goal of the game on the 16th minute but Brighton got back into the game on the 41st minute through Neal Maupay.
Everton took the lead on the stroke of half time when Yerry Mina converted with the help of his international teammate James Rodriguez.
The Colombian midfielder doubled Everton’s lead seven minutes into the second half with a well taken goal and then wrapped up the scoring for Everton on the 70th minute with his second goal of the night.
Bissouma scored a consolation goal for Brighton deep into injury time.
Everton have had a fantastic transfer window this summer and their performances are showing what a good job they have done off the pitch.
They will be hoping to challenge for European qualification this season and judging by their performances so far, they have a good chance of securing European football for the next season.
They are closing in on the signing of Ben Godfrey now and that will help them tighten up at the back as well.