21 Jan, 11:00
Everton had to settle for a point as they drew 1-1 at home to struggling West Brom at Goodison Park on Saturday, but how did Theo Walcott do in his first game for the club?
Walcott joined the Toffees in a £20m move from Arsenal in midweek and he marked his debut with a headed assist for Oumar Niasse's equaliser from Wayne Rooney's lofted pass. It was the first time that he has been directly involved in a Premier League goal since April and the first time that he has provided an assist in the competition since October 2016.
The 28-year-old winger sometimes found himself on the periphery but nobody could doubt his endeavour - he made more high-intensity sprints than anyone else on the pitch. Walcott also made the most sprints of anyone on the pitch at Goodison Park.