West Ham fans sing ‘you’re getting sacked in the morning’ at Frank Lampard as Everton’s torrid winless run continues

Everton’s winless run stretched to ten games as West Ham piled more pressure on Frank Lampard, who was heckled by Hammers fans. The hosts saw off the Toffees with a 2-0 victory in relegation six-pointer at the London Stadium. Jarrod Bowen was at the double to inject further woe on EvertonGetty Everton’s defeat at West Ham plunges Lampard into further troubleAFP Both sides were desperate to win all three points as they started Saturday in the drop zone, but it was West Ham who hit another nail in the Toffees’ relegation coffin. Going into the game, David Moyes’ job in the Hammers hotseat had looked to be on thin ice after losing to fellow relegation favourites Wolves. But a double from Jarrod Bowen – fresh from the news he is expecting twins with girlfriend Dani Dyer – in the first-half instead put the spotlight on ex-Irons midfielder Frank Lampard and his future at Goodison Park. The result meant Everton have not won in ten games in all competitions. They have just three wins from 20 Premier League games this season. After the break the Hammers soaked up plenty of pressure from Everton, as the away side had a golden chance to half the deficit through Dominic Calvert-Lewin. However, the striker missed his chance, whilst Jordan Pickford was called into action to tip Emerson Palmieri’s effort over the bar. Calvert-Lewin and his Everton teammates just couldn’t find the back of the net against West Ham, despite a commendable effort in the second-halfAFP Most read in Football Chelsea legend John Terry spotted singing and dancing with fans in away end at Anfield Man United line up Kane swoop, Kiwior set for Arsenal medical, Madueke joins Chelsea Mudryk's Chelsea debut frightens Neville and Jenas insists Arsenal should've done more Liverpool 0-0 Chelsea LIVE reaction: Spoils shared at Anfield as Mudryk makes debut Chelsea owner Boehly in cheeky dig at Arsenal over Mudryk and Trossard transfers Chelsea fall victim to unusual but correct offside call as VAR comes to Liverpool's rescue “It’s been all Everton in the second-half, but they’ve just lacked that quality in the final third,” Arsenal legend Ray Parlour said on talkSPORT commentary duty. “It’s been a good reaction, but West Ham are defending well.” Moyes then brought on new signing striker Danny Ings for his debut, before Declan Rice put a golden chance to finish the game off wide of the post. Despite looking brighter in the second 45 minutes, the Toffees ultimately ran out of ideas, as West Ham saw out their 2-0 victory to ease the pressure on Moyes. Lampard’s job appears to be hanging by a thread with Everton winning just three games this seasonAFP Everton fans lifted banners displaying their discontent with the current running of their clubpremier league Things aren’t looking positive for Lampard in the Everton dugout, though. Chants of ‘you’re getting sacked in the morning’ bellowed out from home end towards Lampard, who the Hammers fans have a real dislike for, as he cut a despondent figure on the touchline. West Ham’s victory takes them up to 15th in the league, pushing Wolves back into the bottom three. Everton – whose fans protested with banners before kick-off – remain in the relegation zone and are level on points with rock-bottom Southampton. Keep up to date with all the latest news, rumours and gossip with our LIVE transfer blog

West Ham fans sing ‘you’re getting sacked in the morning’ at Frank Lampard as Everton’s torrid winless run continues

Everton’s winless run stretched to ten games as West Ham piled more pressure on Frank Lampard, who was heckled by Hammers fans.

The hosts saw off the Toffees with a 2-0 victory in relegation six-pointer at the London Stadium.

Jarrod Bowen was at the double to inject further woe on Everton
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Everton’s defeat at West Ham plunges Lampard into further trouble
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Both sides were desperate to win all three points as they started Saturday in the drop zone, but it was West Ham who hit another nail in the Toffees’ relegation coffin.

Going into the game, David Moyes’ job in the Hammers hotseat had looked to be on thin ice after losing to fellow relegation favourites Wolves.

But a double from Jarrod Bowen – fresh from the news he is expecting twins with girlfriend Dani Dyer – in the first-half instead put the spotlight on ex-Irons midfielder Frank Lampard and his future at Goodison Park.

The result meant Everton have not won in ten games in all competitions. They have just three wins from 20 Premier League games this season.

After the break the Hammers soaked up plenty of pressure from Everton, as the away side had a golden chance to half the deficit through Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

However, the striker missed his chance, whilst Jordan Pickford was called into action to tip Emerson Palmieri’s effort over the bar.

Calvert-Lewin and his Everton teammates just couldn’t find the back of the net against West Ham, despite a commendable effort in the second-half
AFP

“It’s been all Everton in the second-half, but they’ve just lacked that quality in the final third,” Arsenal legend Ray Parlour said on talkSPORT commentary duty.

“It’s been a good reaction, but West Ham are defending well.”

Moyes then brought on new signing striker Danny Ings for his debut, before Declan Rice put a golden chance to finish the game off wide of the post.

Despite looking brighter in the second 45 minutes, the Toffees ultimately ran out of ideas, as West Ham saw out their 2-0 victory to ease the pressure on Moyes.

Lampard’s job appears to be hanging by a thread with Everton winning just three games this season
AFP
Everton fans lifted banners displaying their discontent with the current running of their club
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Things aren’t looking positive for Lampard in the Everton dugout, though.

Chants of ‘you’re getting sacked in the morning’ bellowed out from home end towards Lampard, who the Hammers fans have a real dislike for, as he cut a despondent figure on the touchline.

West Ham’s victory takes them up to 15th in the league, pushing Wolves back into the bottom three.

Everton – whose fans protested with banners before kick-off – remain in the relegation zone and are level on points with rock-bottom Southampton.

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