Watch How Everton Fans Throw Alex Iwobi’s Shirt Back at Him After Bournemouth Humiliation

Watch How Everton Fans Throw Alex Iwobi’s Shirt Back at Him After Bournemouth Humiliation

Martin Moses
updated at April 12, 2023 at 8:16 PM
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  • Alex Iwobi experienced the full wrath of Everton fans, as they threw his shirt right back at him after their defeat to Bournemouth
  • Everton were whitewashed away from home by the Cherries, leaving their fans frustrated at the end of the game
  • Frank Lampard's side have failed to churn out desirable results, leaving them hovering just above the relegation zone

Everton's season took another humiliating turn, after they were picked apart by a scintillating Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.

Bournemouth scored three goals past a hapless Frank Lampard side to leave them with just one win in eight games.

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Alex Iwobi walks away as Everton fans throw his shirt back at him after a heavy 3-0 defeat to Bournemouth. Photo by Robin Jones.
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Marcus Tavernier, Kieffer Moore and Jaidon Anthony scored a goal apiece for Gary O'Neill's side. The win took Bournemouth to 13th place, while Everton remain just above the relegation zone with 14 points.

After the game, the travelling fans let the players know of their frustration after they threw back Alex Iwobi's shirt at him.

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In a video spotted online by Sports Brief, Iwobi and other Everton players walked over to the fans and the Nigerian gave his shirt to one fan.

However, the fan threw back the shirt at Iwobi in one of the clearest signs of frustration from a fanbase.

Before the incident, there was a commotion involving Iwobi that Lampard had to intervene in. The Nigerian midfielder appeared to be incensed by something at the away end.

Players stepped in to control the situation, with the match officials roped in as well. The Toffees will now proceed for the World Cup break before resuming on December 26 against Wolves at Goodison Park.

Iwobi addresses his Everton future

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported that Nigerian international Alex Iwobi has disclosed that he wants to remain at Everton and win trophies for the club.

Iwobi has been heavily linked with a move to French club Monaco, in the wake of his stellar recent performances for the Toffees.

The midfielder has scored one goal and made five assists in 13 EPL matches this season, which has attracted interest from several clubs ahead of next transfer window.

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