Frank Lampard forced to pull Everton stars away from fuming away end as police intervene after Bournemouth thrashing

    FRANK LAMPARD was forced to pull his Everton players away from a furious away end following a 3-0 loss to Bournemouth.

    The Toffees found themselves 2-0 down after 25 minutes with Jordan Pickford having a NIGHTMARE just before the World Cup.

    Police and stewards had to intervene as Everton's travelling fans expressed their fury towards the players

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    Police and stewards had to intervene as Everton’s travelling fans expressed their fury towards the playersCredit: Reuters
    Lampard was forced to pull his players away

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    Lampard was forced to pull his players awayCredit: Reuters
    Captain Seamus Coleman tried talking to furious fans

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    Captain Seamus Coleman tried talking to furious fansCredit: PA

    England No1 Pickford spilled his catch for Marcus Tavernier’s opener and was caught sleeping for the second.

    Bournemouth then added a third through Jaidon Anthony in the second half to secure three points.

    But at full-time as Everton players approached the away end at the Vitality Stadium, fans let their feelings be known.

    Pickford could be seen being dragged away as well as a number of other senior stars with Lampard ushering his players towards the tunnel.

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    Police were also forced to intervene and calm tensions.

    The devastating loss on the South Coast leaves Lampard’s men one point above the relegation zone.

    The ex-Chelsea boss is under increasing pressure to produce results.

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    Everton‘s next outing is on December 20 against Blackburn in the Carabao Cup.

    They then face Wolves on Boxing Day – before a nightmare trip to the Etihad to take on Manchester City on New Year’s Eve.

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