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Fabian Delph shouts ‘everyone is shit’ to his teammates and later scores an own goal

Tanish Chachra

Fabian Delph shouts 'everyone is shit' to his teammates and later scores an own goal

Fabian Delph shouts ‘everyone is shit’ to his teammates and ironically scores an own goal later in the 3-1 defeat against Bournemouth.

Everton had a tough game-week in the Premier League, after the Toffees lost by 3-1 against Bournemouth, which was played at Dean Court.

It was a shock to many, as Everton is one of the dynamic squads in the Premier League right now, and have a chance to finish in the top-6 of the table.

However, the Merseyside club has only two wins in the last 5 matches in the league and yet to face much more competitive sides.

Even though, last night Everton picked levelled the score from Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s strike, yet they still conceded 2 more goals from Bournemouth, to lose the match.

Amidst, all of it, the funny part of the game was when Fabian Delph shouted ‘everyone is shit’ after his side conceded the first goal from Callum Wilson’s header and ironically, later he himself scored an own goal to see his side go into a deficit.

It was Ryan Fraser who found the net through a low, teasing free-kick – though replays showed the ball had been deflected in off Delph, who tried to clear the ball with his left foot.


Watch Fabian Delph’s own goal at 1:17 minute of this video

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Delph, an £8.5 million signing from Manchester City in the summer, has received mixed reviews from Everton fans for his performances – some feeling as though his intensity and aggression is needed and others not rating what he brings to the table.

Meanwhile, manager Marco Silva lamanted basic errors in the defeat as Everton were largely architects of their own downfall.

“Disappointing result, of course, ” the Portuguese reflected after the game, as per Royal Blue Mersey. And in some moments, our performance as well.”

“We didn’t deserve anything more when you make mistakes. We conceded the three goals too easily. Yes, cheap goals. We have to become that solid team again.” he concluded.

Everton will next play Sheffield United at home, a tough side to face as the newly promoted club has been brilliant defensively in the tournament.

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Tanish Chachra

Tanish Chachra


Tanish Chachra is the Motorsport editor at The SportsRush. He saw his first race when F1 visited India in 2011, and since then, his romance with the sport has been seasonal until he took up this role in 2020. Reigniting F1's coverage on this site, Tanish has fallen in love with the sport all over again. He loves Kimi Raikkonen and sees a future world champion in Oscar Piastri. Away from us, he loves to snuggle inside his books.

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