Richarlison, Morata, Anderson and the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week

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Everton's new hero dazzled Goodison Park with two fine strikes, while Morata and Anderson also bagged braces for Chelsea and West Ham respectively

Everton forward Richarlison turned in a performance full of quality and conviction on Saturday as the Toffees dismantled Brighton at Goodison Park.

The Brazilian, whose £40 million switch from Watford was widely scrutinised in the summer, has flourished since his arrival on Merseyside and a brace against the Seagulls served only to improve his standing as a fan favourite. 

His display earned him a whopping score of 97/100 on the Goal Pressure Index, presented by Sure and powered by Opta, but he is not the only Brazilian to have made the TOTW.

West Ham United's Felipe Anderson returned to form in some style against struggling Burnley, scoring twice to help secure a much-needed victory for the Hammers.

The former Lazio man wreaked havoc upon the Clarets' defence and earned a score of 95/100 on the Goal Pressure Index.

Spearheading the attack this week is Chelsea's Alvaro Morata, who continued to show signs of life with two goals against struggling Crystal Palace. 

He has now notched five goals in just seven league starts this season. Along with three points for Chelsea, Morata's salvo also earned him a huge 96/100 on the Goal Pressure Index. 

Richarlison, Morata, Anderson and the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week

Richarlison 😲 Anderson ⚡️ Morata 👊 What a side! 🙌 Posted by Goal.com on Monday, 5 November 2018

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