Leeds United fans as relegation rivals Everton won their first game since October in fantastic fashion by beating league leaders Arsenal 1-0 at Goodison Park.
It was James Tarkowski's second-half header that nodded in the first goal in his former manager Sean Dyche's new reign and that proved the difference between the two sides.
Fans of multiple different clubs in the relegation battle took to social media to talk about the vital win for the Toffees, which sends them out of the drop zone and up to 17th.
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@JdxSales: Big Shaun Dyche fan, but come on Arsenal, really could have done with Everton getting no points today as a Leeds Fan. Arsenal have been shocking while Everton look well reformed all things considered.
@h_owko: Next team to go Goodison? Everton - Leeds United on Saturday 18th. Should be some game. #LUFC
@WinnersonTrack: Leeds have a far superior squad to Everton, if they finish above Leeds it’s totally down to the respective managers #lufc
@1amcc: Big win for Dyche, Directors, fans at Everton. Played with massive passion and enormous work ethic, anyone expecting anything different from a Dyche team was fooling themselves. The teams around EFC need to respond in the same vein. Can EFC keep it going, probably. #LUFC
@stevehomelander: Just know the Dyche in brigade will come out now saying Leeds should have got him . But Everton notoriously start well with managers then wilt in time
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