Chris Douglas, Old Swan

Just every once in a while Everton give you days like Saturday.

To actually come back and win a game in what seems like the first time in forever makes it that much better.

The first 43 minutes gave no indication that it was to be one of the better Everton days but just when you think you’re out they pull you back in.

Luckily after not winning one header all half, Yerry Mina remembered he is nearly seven foot and he is allowed to score in games not involving Colombia.

The second half we looked like the only side who was going to win the game until Fabian Delph endeared himself further to the Everton faithful with two avoidable yet harsh yellow cards.

Just when a draw seemed likely Richarlison took over. He is clearly the crown jewel in our team and his selfless running to make the winner showed all his best qualities.

It was just a good day in a very trying season so let’s not get too carried away yet. But with Carlo in charge things are starting to look upwards. Keep on, keeping on.

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Connor O’Neill, City centre

Finally, after what felt like an eternity, Everton came from behind to claim all three points.

They completed what looked like for a long time the impossible.

But now the real work starts for Carlo Ancelotti and his side.

This weekend’s game against Crystal Palace is a must-win, as the Blues simply can’t afford to let Saturday’s hard work go to waste.

But there is now also a real chance of securing European football this season.

The Europa League often brings plenty of debate, but there is no doubting that Everton would be much better off being in it.

Not only should it help us to attract better players, but it would also help the club commercially.

Yes, our league form has often suffered as a result of playing on a Thursday and Sunday in the past but for me, it would be up to Carlo and Marcel Brands to find players in the summer who can cope with the demands.

Carlo Ancelotti applauds the Everton fans after victory at Watford
Carlo Ancelotti applauds the Everton fans after victory at Watford

Terry McAllister, Walton

Carlo Ancelotti’s public ambition of Europa League qualification this season is music to the ears of supporters.

Everton are a European level club from any metric you could care to measure. Heritage, infrastructure, squad, fan base and certainly now first team coach.

In most other leagues the Blues would be competing in Europe most seasons as it was until very recently.

Though the game schedule is something that needs to be managed correctly, the financial benefits alone make targeting Europe a no-brainer.

Playing every three days is what the Italian maestro is accustomed to and it should be what the Bramley-Moore dock becomes accustomed to.

English football is never straightforward but with the division being so tight and Everton having nearly every team above them still to play, it’s entirely within their own hands. A good run of results from now could drastically change the table for nearly every team.

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Lee Molton, St Helens

What a great comeback from the Blues on Saturday at Watford! To come back from 2-0 down to 2-2 was good, but then to get the winner while down to 10 men was terrific and shows we now have great belief in our side.

Holgate and Mina had good games and it was pleasing to see Mina finally get amongst the goals, from set-pieces as well.

Delph’s bookings were quite harsh but he was stupid for diving in for the second yellow card when the player was going nowhere.

The away end went berserk when Walcott scored – there is nothing better than a late winner!

We now need to back this up by beating Crystal Palace at home in another winnable game to take us into the winter break in a good position.