The pressure is continuing to grow on Everton and manager Ronald Koeman following another disappointing performance.
The Merseyside outfit took on Apollon Limassol at Goodison Park on Thursday night in their second Europa League group match.
The Toffees were hoping to bounce back from a previous 3-0 loss to Atalanata, but it was not to be as they were restricted to a 2-2 draw by the Cyrpiot side.
Everton went a goal down inside the first 13 minutes, but Wayne Rooney managed to draw the team level before the half-time break.
It seemed that the tide had turned when Nikola Vlasic put the home side ahead shortly after the hour mark, but the team were hit with a sucker-punch when Hector Yuste headed home in the 88th minute.
As expected, a lot of the focus is on Koeman, who has overseen just six wins in 13 matches in all competitions this season following a summer in which the club spent over £100m on new players.
Kevin Campbell, who spent six years playing for Everton during his career, gave his thoughts on the match via Twitter.
Time to start shaking things up RK! Gotta Push On Now!!! ⚽️🙏🏿💎💙
— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) September 28, 2017