Everton produced a stunning late comeback, twice clawing themselves back from behind to earn a memorable 3-2 victory away at West Ham.
In a poor first half, especially for the visitors, Ravel Morrison provided the Hammers with an opening goal, after his shot took a fortuitous deflection off Phil Jagielka.
Some presumably harsh words from Roberto Martinez ensured Everton emerged far more energised after the break. They eventually drew level on the hour mark, thanks to a viscous free-kick from Leighton Baines, and pressed for an advantage.
With the Toffees in the ascendancy, Mark Noble's 76th-minute penalty halted their momentum and restored the host's lead—although his second yellow card received moments later swung the game back in Everton's direction.
From the resulting free-kick, Baines dispatched his second class strike of the game, before a fearless late header from Romelu Lukaku—which promptly knocked him unconscious—sent the away support into hysteria.
Here's a few Everton-related talking points to emerge from this dramatic contest.