Midfielder helps Toffees come from behind to extend unbeaten start
Andros Townsend scored a superb goal and created another as Everton came from behind to beat Burnley 3-1 at Goodison Park.
Burnley started the brighter side and Josh Brownhill had a chance to open the scoring, but his shot was straight at Jordan Pickford.
Ben Mee headed Burnley into a deserved lead on 53 minutes before Everton replied with three goals in just over six minutes.
First, Michael Keane nodded in a Townsend cross to equalise on 60 minutes, before the latter fired in a stunning strike from 35 yards five minutes later.
Demarai Gray added a third a minute later, after being teed up by Abdoulaye Doucoure.
Everton remain unbeaten and move up to fourth, level on 10 points with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool.
Burnley drop to 18th with only one point.