Everton fans Throw Alex Iwobi’s shirt as a gift to the fans. Back to him during last night’s heated row between Toffees fans and players and managers in the Premier League.
Everton fans vent their anger at their team and Frank Lampard. After the Toffees lost 3-0 to Bournemouth in the Premier League last night. Police and match officials had to step in to stop the heated brawl. Between Everton supporters traveling to support their beloved team and captain Seamus Coleman saw manager Lampard pull over. Jordan Pickford left after the final whistle.
Alex Iwobi was among the players who made it into the away stands and Threw his shirt into the crowd. But it appeared that it was immediately thrown back. And Lampard appeared to apologize to the fans. During the chaos after the game, the disciples were very dissatisfied with their own team. They vent their frustration at the players as well as the manager. There were also reports that the visiting team’s supporters were so frustrated with the result. They even clashed with each other in the stands. And causing the police to try to separate the two sides
This defeat to Bournemouth was Everton’s second at the Vitality Stadium in four days after losing 4-1 to the Cherries. in the Carabao Cup midweek And the Toffees’ latest defeat left them in 17th place ahead of the World Cup break. The Everton manager insists fans are entitled to be disappointed and angry at the UFABET team’s performance.
“I can’t tell you but the fans have reasons not to be happy today,” Lampard told Sky Sports . And today they can express their feelings towards this game. They probably feel the same as me.
Everton defender Conor Coady admitted the team needed more and Lampard agreed. “You can’t win a football match like that. They’re sharper than us, more aggressive than us, and that’s the responsibility of the players and mine ′ ′ ′ ′ I can’t run on the field. But I can speak to them before the game and at half-time, but they have to react on the pitch. which they did not show today.”
An error from Pickford put Bournemouth ahead early through Marcus Tavernier , then Kiefer Moore put his side 2-0 up on 25 minutes and Gidon Aye. Anthony came to finish with a header in the 69th minute, helping the Cherries to a 3-0 victory, just before this World Cup break. Everton have won just one game from seven league games and are just one point above the relegation zone and sit fourth at the bottom of the table.