Steven Naismith scored Everton's second goal against Arsenal on Saturday, following Seamus Coleman's 19th-minute opener; and for most of the match it looked like that two-goal lead would be enough to give the Toffees a victory.
Alas it was not to be, with Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud ensuring Arsenal travelled back to London relatively happy and Roberto Martinez bemoaning a late twist.
But despite the dropped points, there was plenty for the Everton manager to be pleased about, not least the performance of Naismith, who made it two goals in his first two Premier League games of the season.
The 27-year-old forward is currently outshining summer signing Romelu Lukaku and is being tipped to have an outstanding season in an Everton shirt.
After the match against Arsenal we took to Twitter to see what Toffees fans made of their forward's performance, and the response was no surprise.
Below you can read a selection of what we found:
Steven Naismith appreciation tweet, no one works harder for the team than him deserves all the plaudits— pablo escobar (@scouser_burnzy) August 24, 2014
Imagine spending over 100million on players and not one of them is Steven Naismith. Mad that.— Bryan Stones (@Ryan_The_Jones) August 24, 2014
@MoyaNaismith Steven Naismith was absolutely superb yesterday! He is fast becoming an Everton Legend!— Mandy Davo (@MandyDavo1) August 24, 2014
Steven Naismith is one of the best centre forwards in the league at the moment, how mad is that? Haha— Phil (@Philology_) August 24, 2014
Have to admit hearing "One Steven Naismith" belting out yesterday put a little lump in my throat. #hero— David (@NothingbutBoffo) August 24, 2014
I'm still amazed at how good Steven Naismith is in the air. Where does he get that spring from?— Ross Dunbar (@rossdunbar93) August 24, 2014
Steven Naismith will get a bag full this season— Tom Ledson (@tomledson_efc) August 24, 2014
Steven Naismith scores goals... And wins headers, beat Mertersacker to everything today— Joe Kenny (@Joek95) August 23, 2014
Could Steven naismith be the new Tim cahill?— neiltemple (@lexitemp64) August 23, 2014
What did you think of Naismith's performance against Arsenal?