Everton fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Ashley Williams against Huddersfield Town.
Williams featured for Everton in the Championship game against Huddersfield at Goodison Park in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The Wales international central defender started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as the home team won 2-0.
The 33-year-old centre-back has not been in great form so far this season, and his performances, both in the Premier League and in the Europa League, have left much to be desired.
Against Huddersfield on Saturday afternoon, though, Williams played well, marshalled the backline, and was a rock, enabled the Toffees to pick up maximum points against relegation-threatened Huddersfield.
Below are some of the best comments on Twitter:
Ashley Williams was outstanding today, credit where its due. Not a bad performance out there by the lads. Top half of the league again, we are staying up #efc— TM (@tommc04) December 2, 2017
Sigurdssons been class— Jack (@CriticalColeman) December 2, 2017
Pickfords been class
Rooneys been class
My god even Williams has been………
Williams has played well last two game too— James Hill (@JamesEfc95) December 2, 2017
Williams looked way more solid too. Instructs team-mates too, which I think he does more often when Jagielka isn't playing. He looked dependable and not as rash or wary. #EFC— Ell Bretland (@EllBretland) December 2, 2017
I think we forget that Ash Williams is a solid defender who just lost total confidence...it’s coming back! #efc— Matt Davies EFC (@LittleMatt83) December 2, 2017
Look so much better woth the pairing of Holgate and Williams. Both doing the basics and not messing about with the ball. #efc— Simon Currie (@sicurrie) December 2, 2017
Whisper it quietly but Williams and Martina both looked solid today. #efc— Joe Winter (@joewinter11) December 2, 2017
Ashley Williams and Cuco Martina both played well. Can't believe I've just said that.— Ste Hardy (@Ste_HardyEFC) December 2, 2017