Some Everton fans have taken to Twitter to slam Morgan Schneiderlin, after the midfielder put in a poor performance against Crystal Palace in the 0-0 draw at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
The Frenchman was largely ineffective having completed zero tackles and having not had a single shot throughout the game – to make matters worse, he was given his marching orders after a late lunge on Luka Milivojevic earned him a second yellow card.
The Toffees were probably fortunate to get a point after the Eagles missed two one-on-one chances courtesy of Jordan Ayew and Max Meyer, and the 29-year-old’s woeful showing probably didn’t help their chances of picking up three points.
The 6 foot 1 midfielder will now miss the game against Watford next weekend – judging by his form against Palace, that’ll probably be considered a boost by Marco Silva.
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Let’s see what some Everton fans on Twitter have been saying about the Frenchman…
The way in which Schneiderlin conducted himself on the pitch today was a disgrace, he should be training with the reserves #efc
— Day (@Day89) August 10, 2019
Our attacking players were beyond useless today. Iwobi and Kean walk into that line up next week. Sigurdsson and Richarlison need to step up aswell. Genuinely hope Schneiderlin never plays for us again. Hate him.
— Paul EFC 86 (@PaulEFC86) August 10, 2019
Mina and Keane v good. Richarlison did some good things. Sigurdsson frustrating. Schneiderlin idiotic. Gbamin off the pace. #efc
— Mark English (@rulitos14) August 10, 2019
He also wasn’t worse than Schneiderlin. Schneiderlin effectively cost us the match…
— P (@RSA_EFC) August 10, 2019
I never want to see Schneiderlin or Coleman ever play for us again.
— Philip Holding (@Philip98EFC) August 10, 2019
Well that wasn’t an easy watch. Schneiderlin is a liability. Gbamin very poor on the ball. Gomes injury cost Everton fluency. Bernard, Richarlison & Sigurdsson had little impact. Shame Kean came on minutes before sending off. Pickford had a good one. Digne remains class #EFC
— Eoin Price (@eoin_price) August 10, 2019