Everton were beaten 5-0 by Antonio Conte’s Tottenham on Monday night, as Harry Kane scored a brace to bring the Merseysiders even closer to relegation trouble.
The Merseysiders have been forged by Antonio Conte’s men when they even got into the problem of relegation.
After Michael Keane’s own own goal, the next goals of Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, Sergio Reguilon and then Kane once again helped Spurs win big in the race to the top 4, and stunned Lampard. .
When asked by BBC What’s wrong with Sport, he said: “Mistakes.
“Important mistakes, allow their strengths. We are comfortable for 15 or 20 minutes. Individual mistakes that lead to a goal take the game away from us. It’s difficult when you’re down 2. -0 or 3-0”.
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“You can point to the strengths of the Spurs team. When you know what’s going to happen and foul it, that’s the most disappointing thing.
“Their reaction was not good. It was the reaction of a team that lost away from home. We need to get rid of it.
“The psychological side is one [element]. Football is about resilience. The only way to turn that round is to work hard. Then it will turn. It doesn’t come from magic, it comes from work.
“Dominican” [Calvert-Lewin] Still trying to stay fit for the whole match. We need him on the team and don’t have time to feed him. Anthony Gordon is our standout player because of his attitude and quality. Some of the other performances did not achieve high results. I will not name. The problem with the team today was that we weren’t good enough.
“Up and down [form] and that’s not a good thing. Losing 5-0 is the same, three points cannot be won away from home. The teams around us are also losing games. We are in a similar position to when I came here.
“[What he said after the game] need to be in the changing room. Some things to ponder and some time. Some things need to be straight. But it’s a good group. We have to hold their hands [fans] and found it not good enough.
“There are 13 games left, a few more than some other teams.
“I could say there was a fear of relegation when I arrived. 13 games is a lot of points, a lot of football. I looked at it, the results before I went in, some of the basic stats don’t say. lie.
“They don’t change overnight. At Goodison we were really good and away from home we weren’t. The challenge wasn’t bigger than I expected, I knew it would be.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/frank-lampard-everton-tottenham-premier-26410793 Frank Lampard details his immediate reaction in the Everton dressing room after being knocked out by Tottenham