Tim Cahill has got one up on Qantas Socceroos teammate Mark Schwarzer, netting a goal past him in Everton's 4-0 romp over Fulham.
Tim Cahill earned bragging rights against his Qantas Socceroos teammate Mark Schwarzer in Everton's 4-0 win over Fulham at Goodison Park.
Cahill-s goal the icing on the cake of a big Everton victory as he side-footed past Schwarzer.
Nikica Jelavic started the rot by beating Schwarzer from the penalty spot after seven minutes before slotting home the third five minutes before the break.
In between Jelavic's goals Marouane Fellaini converted his second in a week from Steven Pienaar's corner.
With four against Sunderland and then their remarkable comeback against Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend, David Moyes' side became the first Everton team since 1964 to score four times in three successive league matches.
Fulham never came close to ending their woeful run of never winning a league match at Goodison Park. It now stands at 19, the longest sequence for a top-flight club at one particular ground.
Prior to the game Moyes had admitted he was happy for the season to end quickly as they too had no real incentive other than finishing above near-neighbours Liverpool. But he must now be wondering what they could have achieved with their current form had there still been a month or more to go.