Everton drew 2-2 with Hull City at the KCOM Stadium on Friday night and much like their whole season so far, Toffees fans had contrasting opinions on social media.
The travelling contingent were left frustrated for much of the match as they had to come from behind twice, including a late Ross Barkley header, to snatch a draw against a Tigers team who were bottom of the Premier League before kick-off.
— NinetyMinutesOnline (@90MinsOnline) December 31, 2016
Some supporters claimed the result just wasn’t good enough and also criticised Ronald Koeman’s tactics whilst others defended their manager by saying he’s doing all he can with the club in seventh position.
Barkley has been in the spotlight recently after a few poor performances and fans have claimed that at 23 years of age, he needs to be more consistent.
However, supporters were full of praise for the local lad last night and his showing would have impressed England manager Gareth Southgate who was watching from the stands.
Here are the best tweets from Everton fans last night.
For most of that game Everton looked like the team rock bottom of the league. Koeman made it that way with his team selections and tactics.
— John Merro (@johnmerro1) December 30, 2016
— Bluekipper.com (@bluekippercom) December 30, 2016
7th going into a transfer window with money promised to spend isn't bad at all
— Shaun P (@Pagga88) December 30, 2016
Everything changed when Mccarthy went of at half time…
— Danish Toffee (@Everton_Danmark) December 19, 2016
You can't expect to be much higher than 7th ATM I get that, but it was unforgivable last night not starting with Holgate & Davies.
— Shoey Mc (@ShoeyEFC1234) December 31, 2016
Starting to seriously wonder if Koeman is the right man to actually be given Moshiri's millions. Sounds reactionary but Everton are grim.
— Peter Guy (@Getintothis) December 30, 2016
Koeman is as much to blame as the players tonight. Picked an ageing team again lack of inspiration too.
— Gareth Jones (@photogareth) December 30, 2016
Not good enough for Everton FC, by a long way. An awful lot to do I'm afraid.
— James Buckley (@GSaEConsultant) December 30, 2016