The win moves Everton to 7th with 20 points, while Villa remain mired at the bottom of the Premier League with five points through 13 matches.
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Everton got on the board in the 17th minute, as Villa keeper Brad Guzan was left out to dry at his back post. After a silky build-up, Guzan’s made a diving save only to watch as both Barkley and Brendan Galloway could’ve tapped home.
Lukaku doubled the Toffees advantage when he powered home a header off Seamus Coleman‘s cross in the 28th minute.
And Barkley got to the end of a goalmouth scramble to make it 3-0 before halftime.
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7 – Everton’s Romelu Lukaku has now scored seven goals in his last seven Premier League appearances. Form.
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Lukaku piled on in the 58th minute with a left-footed finish from the center of the box, off a Barkley assist.
He now has eclipsed the 50 goal mark in the Premier League. Seventeen of those came for West Bromwich Albion, and none during his time at Chelsea.