Ten months ago, Manchester United left Goodison Park embarrassed and humiliated after a 4-0 drubbing.
That defeat left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men on the outside looking in at the Champions League places and with the Manchester United boss promising big changes.
Gary Neville blasted the performance as "rancid" and Solskjaer apologised to disgruntled travelling fans.
Fast forward almost a year and the Norwegian boss turned up with a point to prove.
He told Sky Sports before the game that last year's drubbing was "a big motivation" and added: "I want to see how far we've come, how far the players have come. There's not many of them but there's still a point to prove.”
Only six starters from that side lined up at Goodison Park today with Solskjaer slowly putting the pieces in place to turn Manchester United into contenders again.
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