Romelu Lukaku breaks another Everton record in 4-0 win over Hull

Romelu Lukaku breaks another Everton record in 4-0 win over Hull

Romelu Lukaku breaks another Everton record in 4-0 win over Hull

Dom Calvert-Lewin scored his first Premier League goal as Everton hammered Hull 4-0 this afternoon.

Returning the favour, Valencia set up Lukaku for Everton's third in the 90th minute and there was still time for the Belgian to strike again after woeful Hull defending gifted him a tap-in.

"If the player shows his commitment through his football, then it's no problem".

'Of course we like to keep best players and we will do the maximum to keep these players but the final decision will be with the player himself'.

Mino Raiola, in facts, want Everton to add a £ 50 million release clause in his client's new deal whilst the Premier League side reckon that the player's minimum transfer fee should be around £ 85 million.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to his side's win against Hull City at home.

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Everton now sit seventh in the Premier League table, two points behind Manchester United though the Old Trafford club have two games in hand. 'If we can move on and get in what we want to make the team really strong, I think we can battle with them, yes. "We're in a good position in this project and you don't sell your best players".

"See the difference between this season and last season".

Hull remain in the relegation zone and Marco Silva's team are three points from safety with nine games left to beat the drop.

"Everybody knows you can't do this in one year".

Earlier this week, the Belgium worldwide openly questioned Everton's ambitions and admitted he wants to be playing for a club in the Champions League. "You can't do it one year".