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Everton has come from two goals down to record a 3-2 win over West Browm at The Hawthorns, thanks to a second half brace from Romelu Lukaku.

Saido Berahino opened the scoring with a right footed shot in the 41st minute, after receiving a gorgeous through ball from James Morrison.

West Brom looked destined for the win after Craig Dawson doubled the lead in the 54th minute after heading home from a corner.

However, Lukaku got Everton back in the match just a minute later, heading home from close range.

Substitute Arouna Kone then equalised for the Toffees in the 75th minute, before Lukaku netted the winner six minutes from time to complete the stunning comeback.

Everton's second seemed to bounce off Lukaku's hand before he pounded it home from close range, however, play was waved on and the goal stood.

Everton's only previous comeback from two goals down in the Premier League was against Wimbledon in May 1994.

The Toffees now move up to fifth place, one point behind fourth placed Arsenal and one point above Merseyside rivals Liverpool, who they square off against next week in the all important derby.