Everton returned to the Premier League's top five after a slightly fortuitous 3-2 win over Swansea.
The hosts led on 20 minutes through a Leighton Baines penalty, only for Wilfried Bony to level proceedings 13 minutes later.
The visitors—who have never beaten the Toffees—were the better side for long periods, yet fell behind again shortly after the break.
Romelu Lukaku scored a close-range finish before Ross Barkley doubled the lead three minutes later, stooping to head home a corner.
The visitors pressed hard, but Ashley Williams' stoppage-time strike proved merely a consolation.
Here's a look at some Everton-related talking points to emerge from this contest.