The Belgian hit the landmark from the penalty spot against Stoke City today.
They took the lead when Romelu Lukaku slotted home from the penalty spot, after Jack Butland took down Tom Cleverley in the box.
Cleverley then turned provider for the second, swinging in a corner for Seamus Coleman, an unlikely candidate, to turn home a header.
Aaron Lennon was then played through on goal and showed great composure to slip the ball beyond Butland for 3-0.
The opening goal from Lukaku took him to 20 goals in all competitions this season as he continues his excellent form for The Toffees.
After the game Roberto Martinez spoke of Lukaku's goalscoring record this season - suggesting he is 'obsessed' with hitting the back of the net:
"He's a goalscorer obsessed with his finishing quality."
Everton fans will love hearing this. The Belgian's proficiency in front of goal this term has been a major high point of Everton's season and if he continues to score like this he might even have his eyes on a potential 30-goal mark.
Everton fans will just hope they keep hold of him in the summer.