Angry Everton fans throw Alex Iwobi’s shirt back at him following 3-0 defeat at Bournemouth as police and stewards keep them apart with Frank Lampard playing mediator

    Furious Everton fans were kept apart from the players by police and stewards following their dismal 3-0 defeat away at Bournemouth.

    It is the second time in a matter of days the Toffees have been thumped by the Cherries, losing 4-1 in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.

    Everton boss Frank Lampard attempted to calm down the furious fans following the Bournemouth defeat

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    Everton boss Frank Lampard attempted to calm down the furious fans following the Bournemouth defeat

    The defeat on Saturday leaves the Toffees in 17th spot in the Premier League having lost back-to-back top-flight matches.

    Such was their anger following the full-time whistle, fans even threw Alex Iwobi’s shirt back at him after he had gifted the jersey to a supporter.

    Boss Frank Lampard attempted to play mediator to defuse the situation as he offered an apology gesture.

    Meanwhile, goalkeeper Jordan Pickford raced over to the away end to say sorry after the disappointing result.

    Skipper Seamus Coleman also attempted to calm down the travelling faithful, but it was to no avail.

    Incredibly, former boss Rafa Benitez had two more points for Everton at this stage of last season.

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