Everton whipped Manchester United 4-0 at Goodison Park on Sunday, exposing Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and the Red Devils.
Pickford; Coleman, Keane, Zouma, Digne (Jagielka, 84'); Schneiderlin, Gueye (McCarthy, 78'); Richarlison (Walcott, 51'), Sigurdsson, Bernard; Calvert-Lewin.
De Gea; Lindelöf, Smalling, Jones (Young, 46'), Dalot; Pogba, Matic, Fred (McTominay, 46'); Rahsford (Andreas Pereira, 77'), Lukaku y Martial.
1-0 M. 13 Richarlison. 2-0 M. 28 Sigurdsson. 3-0 M. 56 Digne. 4-0 M. 64 Walcott.
Paul Tierney. T.A.: Gueye (23') / McTominay (68').
Goodison Park (39.395 espectadores).
Richarlison smashed in an acrobatic volley and Gylfi Sigurdsson beat David De Gea from long range, with the Spanish goalkeeper struggling again after his bad error against Barcelona in the week.
Lucas Digne fired in another long ranger that caught out the hapless De Gea, with Theo Walcott sliding in No 4 to impose a sixth defeat in eight games on Manchester United.
They are battling for a Champions League place but are sixth, two points behind Arsenal who have a game in hand to play today against Crystal Palace - the distance could become five.