Swansea 0 Everton 3: We could have had six or seven, says David Moyes
Swansea 0 Everton 3: David Moyes believes the Toffees could have scored "six or seven" goals in a dominant display at the Swans
David Moyes felt Everton could have scored “six or seven” goals after the Toffees eased to a comfortable victory over Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
Everton made a bright start and Victor Anichebe capitalised on the visitors’ dominance with a close-range finish in the 21st minute, before Belgian Kevin Mirallas added a second on the stroke of half-time.
Swansea showed an improvement in the second half as Angel Rangel came close, but the in-form Marouane Fellaini headed Everton’s third to wrap up three points for the Toffees.
“Both the result and performance were very good but the result is the most important thing,” Moyes told the BBC.
“We could have scored six or seven but they also had three or four opportunities but our goalkeeper made some good saves.”
Fellaini was pleased by Everton’s performance against Swansea, and the Belgium midfielder admitted Moyes’ squad are feeling unbeatable at the moment.
“Of course we are happy, good game, team played well, scored three goals so everybody is happy,” said Fellaini.
“Swansea keep the ball all the time last year and this season too but we pressed them well and
tried to stop them and it was a great job today by Everton.
“Now Everton try to win every game, it is difficult but we try. We have good confidence and we keep going.”