the Belgian became one of Everton’s primary attacking weapons, using his power and physical presence to great effect on a regular basis.
In 2012/13, he picked up where he left off - powering his way through United's defence to score the only goal in Everton's shock 1-0 win in the opening league match. Notably, the goals kept coming and by the end of the season, he was the Toffees' top scorer with 12 strikes to his name.
That was how his Everton career ended, on a high, for within two months of Moyes starting work with the Reds, the pair were reunited at Old Trafford.
Fellaini's first season at United was a difficult one for the team and the midfielder himself took time to adapt, though a succession of injuries did not help his progress.
He finished the campaign with 21 appearances, before linking up with Belgium for the World Cup finals in Brazil, where he scored against Algeria and played in all five games as his country reached the quarter-finals.