Ross Barkley finally scored his first goal of the Premier League season when a screaming drive from outside the box took a deflection and went in.
Everton's Ross Barkley can put up a big fantasy score against Hull City in Week 14.
Ross Barkley is over a month into his return back from injury that caused him to miss the season's opening seven matches and is still looking for his first goal of the campaign.
Ross Barkley looks poised to break out soon and presents a potentially lucrative budget option for the Toffees
Ross Barkley inspired Everton on his return from injury in Week 8, and he can do the same against Burnley in Week 9.
Ross Barkley was immediately reinserted into Roberto Martinez's starting XI after recovering from a knee injury, and the prized midfielder provided an assist Everton's 3-0 thumping of Aston Villa.
Ross Barkley is on the cusp of returning to full training for Everton after the midfielder had been recovering all season from a knee injury.
Ross Barkley has suffered a leg injury in training just before Everton open their season with early reports suggesting he could miss up to six weeks.
Ross Barkley scored a brilliant goal from 25 yards out to open up the scoring but Everton ended up losing to Manchester City.
Roberto Martinez is still monitoring the health of Ross Barkley ahead of Everton's match against Arsenal, but states "we're very much positive he'll be available."
Ross Barkley was removed at halftime during Everton's match with Fulham with what is thought to be a calf injury.
Roberto Martinez conceded the fact that he brought Ross Barkley back into action too soon following a toe injury, but that did not stop the manager from handing the youngster another start in today's FA Cup match with Swansea City.
Roberto Martinez stated that he expects Ross Barkley to be fit and available to contribute in Everton's crucial match with Tottenham on Sunday.
Ross Barkley's injured toe has been revealed to be broken today, and sources report the U-21 midfielder will be sidelined for up to six weeks.