Everton fans cannot agree with Koeman’s ‘comfortable win’ claims

Some Everton fans have not quite mirrored manager Ronald Koeman’s view that the team defeated Leicester City ‘comfortably’ on Sunday.

The players equalled the club’s record of seven successive league wins at home with a 4-2 triumph over last season’s champions.

It was an entertaining affair at Goodison Park, with both teams scoring inside the first four minutes.

The Foxes took a 2-1 lead after 10 minutes, but the Toffees fought back to claim all three points.

Youngster Tom Davies and defender Phil Jagielka got on the scoresheet, while Romelu Lukaku scored twice to strengthen his chase for the Golden Boot, and he now leads the Premier League goal charts with 23 to his name.

Everton have only lost two top-flight games since the turn of the year, and they are in contention for a European spot as they sit seventh, level on points with sixth-placed Arsenal.

Very few managers use Twitter, but Koeman is one of them, and he provided his reaction to the team’s latest result on the social media platform.

The majority of fans responded to the message by expressing their joy about the win, but others were confused by Koeman’s claim that it was a “comfortable” victory.

Article title: Everton fans cannot agree with Koeman’s ‘comfortable win’ claims

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