Everton escapes Premier League relegation with a stunning 3-2 win over Crystal Palace, bringing the stadium to its feet.
Everton needed a win at Goodison Park on Friday morning to keep their 68-year Premier League stay alive.
And Calvert-Lewin, who had been a peripheral figure this season due to injury,
After heading home a Demarai Grey free-kick five minutes from full-time to win the game, he sparked a pitch invasion.
It will be huge relief for manager Frank Lampard and Everton's vociferous fans
They gave the squad another enormous show of support by welcoming them to the stadium before the game.
but had been deflated after a poor first half.
Everton move to 39 points from 37 games, four clear of relegation rivals Burnley and Leeds United
which ensures they go into Sunday's final game of the season against Champions League-chasing Arsenal with the pressure on them since January now off.
A second pitch invasion at the final whistle turned the air blue again as the Everton fans lit flares
The relief around the ground palpable and the party likely to go long into the night.