Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a vital brace for the Toffees away from home and Calvert Lewin bagged a third for Marco Silva’s side.
Silva will be very pleased with his side’s performance last night.
Everton were in desperate need of a convincing win and the fans will be happy with what they have seen.
Apart from a few disappointing displays, it was an impressive night for the Everton faithful.
Former Arsenal man Theo Walcott was one of the very few who struggled for the away side. The winger seems devoid of confidence and sharpness.
Walcott has been out of form for a while now and Silva should consider taking him out of the side for a while.
The 29-year-old has taken a lot of criticism from the fans in the recent weeks and he could do some time away from the firing line.
Here is how the Everton fans reacted to his performance against Cardiff City last night.
Walcott is about as sharp as a fucking circle
— Jack Cramsie (@jackcramsie8) February 26, 2019
Theo Walcott is absolutely shite
— Jackson Ellis (@JacksonDisley) February 26, 2019
Ahhh I can’t deal with Walcott wish he’d fuck off the useless ball bag
— Kie (@KieranRogers96) February 26, 2019
— ?????? ???? ①⑧⑦⑧ (@JohnnyT31452001) February 26, 2019
Walcott and dcl none existent ??♂️
— Mark Eccles (@markecclesEFC) February 26, 2019
Every time Theo Walcott touches the ball pic.twitter.com/gnMeEJ4VJb
— ShaunReid (@ShaunReid_18) February 26, 2019
But Theo Walcott has no excuses the lad simply doesn’t have the heart for the game anymore and isn’t good enough… and dare I say richarlison has been dire for a long time now
— colin morris (@colin0306) February 26, 2019
Walcott .. what is the fucking point
— Mark O’Toole (@Tooley1878) February 26, 2019
What’s been the most “Everton” thing about this season so far? For me it’s been Theo Walcott–one of the most notoriously injury-prone players of his generation– managing to stay annoyingly fit all season to the soul-crushing detriment of the product on the pitch. #EFC
— Rob Vera (@TheRobVera) February 26, 2019
Took Bernard five minutes to do what neither of Richarlison nor Walcott could manage in 60. The lad is easily the most consistent wide man we have and should stay in the side, IMO
— Lyndon Lloyd (@Everton1an) February 26, 2019