Everton scored two first-half goals to cruise to a 2-0 victory at West Ham on Saturday and climb into the top half of the Premier League.
Everton, who came into the game without a league win in London in 10 visits, took the lead in the fifth minute when Kurt Zouma headed home a corner.
West Ham could not get a foothold in the match as Everton continued to dominate, doubling their advantage when Bernard finished off a fine move to score his first Premier League goal.
Boos rang around the stadium at the half-time whistle, but there was little West Ham improvement after the break as the hosts finished the match with only one shot on target.
Everton who went close to adding a third when Richarlison's late header hit the crossbar.
The visitors leapfrogged West Ham into ninth in the table after inflicting a first defeat in seven home league games on the Hammers who slipped to 11th.