Everton danced and dazzled his way past Brighton with a victory inspired by James Rodriguez.
The Colombian scored twice as Carlo Ancelotti’s men grinned at the top of the Premier League with a 4-2 victory.
Red-hot striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin opened the score with a back-post header, but Neal Maupay equalized another Jordan Pickford mistake after capitalizing.
Yerry Mina had a half-time stroke and then led his team-mates to perform the Macarena to celebrate in the corner.
The second half was one-way traffic, with the Real Madrid Rodriguez summer signing two cool finishes at home to guarantee another three points for the rampant Toffees.
Yves Bissouma scored the injury-time consolation of the Seagulls to make the scoreline more respectable.
Calvert-Lewin became the first player to score in the opening four Premier League season matches to keep their perfect start intact.
The result left a maximum of 12 points out of four games, three ahead of Leicester City and Liverpool champions, each with a game in hand.