Sunday proved that Dominic Calvert-Lewin could well continue to be Carlo Ancelotti’s talisman this season as the Englishman got off to a flyer with a perfect header resulting in an impressive opening day upset win they beat Spurs 1-0.
The Toffees are buoyant at the moment with a host of new signings at Goodison Park coupled with their first win at a 'big six' club since 2013, after an incredible run of 40 attempts without a win.
In contrast, their opponents at the weekend, West Bromwich Albion, started their return to the Premier League with a disappointing performance against Leicester City, where they mustered only one shot on target and had just 37% possession. Although it is worth noting that they may well have a new striker after strong links to Watford’s Troy Deeney and Huddersfield Town’s Karlan Grant over the past few days.
Calvert-Lewin also tends to score his goals in groups and goes through many hot and cold spells in front of goal. Ever since the striker scored on Ancelotti's debut, the Everton hotshot would slot home a further six in the next seven games, and although he never scored post-restart, Calvert-Lewin is the highest scorer during the Italian's reign thus far.