West Brom fell to their second successive Premier League defeat as they were beaten 5-2 by Everton at Goodison Park.

A Dominic Calvert-Lewin hat-trick and goals from James Rodriguez and Michael Keane thwarted an Albion side who opened their Premier League goal account through Grady Diangana and Matheus Pereira.

Slaven Bilic named an unchanged line up from the 3-0 defeat to Leicester City, sticking with his five at the back-formation.

The Baggies again started brightly and were rewarded in the opening 10 minutes when they took the lead as Diangana, who was afforded far too much room, fired into the far corner past Jordon Pickford from the edge of the box.

Albion were in total control and should have doubled their lead when Jake Livermore smashed the post from close range.

The Toffees then had a period of pressure towards the end of the first half, and they made it count, as VAR overturned an offside decision as Calvert-Lewin back-heeled the ball into the net after the ball bounced off Darnell Furlong in the build-up to play him onside.

Rodriguez then put Everton in front just before the break after his sweeping effort found the far corner after being played in by Richarlison.

It then sparked fury when Kieran Gibbs was sent off for a stupid reaction towards Rodriguez that saw him aggressively put his hands towards his face. Bilic at half-time angrily confronted Mike Dean on the pitch for not checking the foul on Furlong in the build-up to Everton’s equaliser, which in-turn saw him receive a red card.

Despite the drama, Albion picked themselves up again and equalised a few minutes into the second half after a sublime Pereira free-kick found the top corner.

However, the Baggies were the making of their own downfall as Everton got their lead back shortly after, when a cheap free-kick given away by Furlong allowed Lucas Digne to whip the ball over and Keane tapped home the rebound, after an impressive original stop from Johnstone to deny Richarlison.

Everton then added a fourth when Rodriguez’s clipped ball found Richarlison, who squared it across to Calvert-Lewin to tap home as the hosts wrapped up the game.

They then added a fifth goal as some terrible Albion marking allowing Calvert-Lewin to grab the match ball when he headed home from a Digne corner.

Here’s how we rated the WBA players in the 5-2 defeat: