Everton manager David Moyes admitted he did not think he would mark his 400th Premier League match with a victory but was not surprised by side's late turnaround against Sunderland.
Trailing to Adam Johnson's goal on the stroke of half-time the Toffees struck twice in quick succession through Marouane Fellaini and Nikica Jelavic to clinch three points with 11 minutes to go. It was Everton's first win in five matches, keeping them in the top four, and ensured Moyes could end a landmark game with a smile.
"I thought it was going to be one of those days. It didn't look as if it was coming," said the Scot.
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