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Frank Lampard slams Iwobi, others after Everton’s 5-0 defeat to Tottenham

Frank Lampard has slammed his Everton side after they were beaten 5-0 by Tottenham in the last game of week 28 of the Premier League on Monday night.

The former Chelsea midfielder suggested the majority of his players gave up during the mauling by Antonio Conte’s side.

The Toffees found themselves 3-0 down at half-time and it really could have been worse after a very poor defending.

Lampard’s side lost every hope of a comeback when a half-time substitute, Sergio Reguilon scored with his first touch just a minute after coming on.

Harry Kane then scored his second goal and the final one of the match in the 55th minute.

Everton will now continue their fight to avoid relegation when they face Wolves in their next game, as the loss leaves them 17th in the Premier League.

Lampard picked out young forward, Anthony Gordon for praise but said only ‘a couple’ of other players ‘didn’t give up’ in the match.

We have to think in the bigger picture, that there are 13 games to go for us, eight of those at home and teams around us are having difficulties,” Lampard told Sky Sports.

We have to understand that before I came in, there were issues which are becoming more clear to me every day.


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