Niasse’s double ended Everton’s run of 3 league defeats in a row to raise them out of the ground 3.
And the Dutch boss wasn’t within the temper to underplay the significance of the day prior to this’s win towards fellow strugglers Bournemouth.
He mentioned: “Everybody knew it was once a must-win sport and I’m in point of fact glad what the avid gamers confirmed after we had been one-nil down.
“If you win you’re positive about your job, for those who lose you aren’t so positive.”
Niasse got here on as Koeman attempted to offer protection to Wayne Rooney, who were flattened via Cherries skipper Simon Francis.
Rooney needed to have remedy at the touchline with an unpleasant gash above his left eye and opened it up once more in some other conflict early in the second one part.
But Koeman refused to name for additional punishment – although Rooney was once furious in regards to the conflict within the penalty house.
The Everton supervisor mentioned: “He was caught by Francis’ arm but it was not with intent even though his eye was totally open.”
And Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe was once adamant there was once no malice within the problem.
He mentioned: “When you soar that prime you wish to have leverage and his palms are prime.
“He’s stuck Wayne however there’s completely no intent to injure the participant, I will say that for sure.”