Everton vs. West Ham United: 6 Things We Learned

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Everton vs. West Ham United: 6 Things We Learned
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Everton provided David Moyes with a perfect send-off before and after the final whistle, paying tribute to their manager's 11-year tenure in style.

On the field a two-goal salvo from Kevin Mirallas secured a comfortable 2-0 win over West Ham, as the Toffees dominated their visitors and should have won by a far greater margin.

Goodison Park then remained packed long after the action ended, as Evertonians stayed on to salute Moyes, along with his outgoing captain, Phil Neville, and a returning Tim Cahill.

The trio then led the club's entire staff around the pitch in a lap of honour, as fans proceeded to show their own vocal and hugely passionate appreciation.

On what was an emotional day for all connected to the club, here's a look at six talking points to emerge from the Toffees', and David Moyes', final game at Goodison Park this season.

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