Everton now sit top with six points from their two games, with six goals scored and two conceded, and they face Crystal Palace next in the league. West Brom, meanwhile, go up against Chelsea.
A frantic encounter comes to an end, with Everton taking all three points in emphatic fashion. They fell behind to Diangana’s strike, but Calvert-Lewin and James put them ahead by half-time, with Gibbs seeing red for West Brom, along with manager Bilic. Pereira drew the Baggies level, yet Keane and Calvert-Lewin wrapped up the win for the Toffees.