Darron Gibson helped former team Manchester United as his first goal for Everton was enough to beat Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Marouane Fellaini’s second-half header sent Everton into the last 16 of the FA Cup as they came from behind to beat Fulham at Goodison Park.
Blackburn Rovers picked up a deserved point at Everton to stay out of the Premier League’s bottom three thanks to David Goodwillie’s equaliser.
Victor Anichebe came off the bench to earn Everton a point as Aston Villa’s poor home form continued.
Tottenham drew level on points with second-placed Manchester United, just three behind leaders Manchester City, after comfortably beating Everton.
Johnny Heitinga helped break Tamworth’s hearts despite a battling performance by the Blue Square Bet Premier side at Goodison Park.
David Ngog and Gary Cahill struck to help Bolton recover from an amazing goal by Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard to move off the bottom of the table.
Victor Anichebe scored his first goal in 22 months as Everton snatched a late victory at the Hawthorns.
A controversial decision by referee Howard Webb gifted Everton a penalty, which Leighton Baines scored to rescue a draw at Sunderland.
Leon Osman’s second goal in as many games gave Everton victory over Swansea City and only their third home win of the season.
Leon Osman’s deft second-half finish rescued a point for Everton as they finally broke Norwich’s resistance.
Robin van Persie scored a sensational volley to mark Arsenal’s 125th birthday with a victory over Everton that puts them fourth in the Premier League.
Robert Huth’s first-half strike was enough to give Stoke victory against Everton, their first win at Goodison Park since 1981.
Second-half goals from Marouane Fellaini and Apostolos Vellios condemned Bolton to their 10th league defeat of the season.
Leighton Baines’s late penalty gave Everton their second league win at home this season at the expense of Wolves.
Newcastle continued their unbeaten start to the season as Ryan Taylor’s stunning goal saw off Everton.
Daniel Sturridge’s extra-time winner earned Chelsea a Carling Cup victory over Everton as both teams were reduced to 10 men in an enthralling game.
Two goals in the dying minutes from Louis Saha and Jack Rodwell handed Everton their first win in four games.
Daniel Sturridge and John Terry’s first-half headers, followed by a Ramires tap-in, earned Chelsea a comfortable victory over Everton.