Everton beat Chelsea 3-1 to win their first Premier League match after manager, Marco Silva was sacked on Thursday.
The Toffees are currently under the control of Duncan Ferguson who was appointed as caretaker following Silva’s sack.
Everton made a stunning winning comeback when Richarlison scored the first goal in the 5th minute and Dominic Calvert-Lewin took advantage of poor Chelsea defending to double the lead in the early first half.
However, Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic scored the first goal for the Blues in the 52nd minute. But Lampard’s side couldn’t hold their defense and allowed Calvert-Lewin score the third goal for Everton in the 84th minute.
Ferguson and his players widely celebrated after the referee blew the final whistle, a welcome breath of fresh air at Goodison Park.
Next, Everton will visit Manchester United in the Premier League next Sunday while Chelsea host Lille in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.