Everton ran out 2-0 winners over Burnley in Friday night's Premier League clash at Goodison Park.
The hosts, playing their final home game of the season, went ahead in the 17th minute as a Richarlison shot was diverted into the net by Clarets defender Ben Mee.
Just three minutes later, Seamus Coleman headed home after Tom Heaton had made a save to put Marco Silva's charges in cruise control against the Lancashire side.
Sean Dyche's charges were improved in the second half, mustering their first shot on target just before the hour, and Johann Berg Gudmundsson threatened a few minutes later.
However, Burnley were unable to get even a consolation against the Merseysiders, who have now won four successive home games.
Everton legend Tim Cahill was covering the match with Sky Sports News on the night and he posted video footage pitchside after the game on his Twitter feed:
And also retweeted fan pictures taken with him, adding blue heart emojis:
Needless to say the Toffees fanbase loved his return to Goodison and interaction with supporters, and some of them showed their love on Twitter:
Bout time there was an EFC pundit on @SkySportsPL Well done mate— Stu Ely (@StuElyF1EFC) May 3, 2019
Great work as always.— Llŷr Gravell (@LlyrGrav) May 3, 2019
Would you come back in a coaching role..or you happy being a pundit now?— Marc Walton (@MarcWal88078856) May 4, 2019
Legend ⛳— Alex (@Alex07374808) May 3, 2019
Come back Tim, I am sure the club would bring you back on board in a heartbeat— Kevin (@KUEFC) May 3, 2019
What a guy, always has time for the fans.— Allan Harvey (@amh444_allan) May 3, 2019
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