We love passionate fans, but this has really backfired for them!

When you're playing away, you really do need your fans to gather in good voice and help your team through a tough afternoon.

As fans go, we're always rather impressed by Everton's followers. I mean they turn up to a horrible night at the Emirates in just speedos in the name of charity – that's good work! 

So when the Toffees went to the south coast to face off against Eddie Howe's AFC Bournemouth, Everton will have been hoping for some great support.

And that's exactly what they got during a pretty mad game which saw Everton throw away a two-goal lead, with Adam Smith and Junior Stanislas scoring in the last 10 minutes. 

With it looking like Everton had thrown away their lead, Ross Barkley popped up with just seconds left in the game to put Roberto Martinez's side back ahead.

And there were scenes of pandemonium from the away end, with celebrations spilling out onto the pitch and a mini-pitch invasion going on! 


So, were those celebrations worth it? NOPE! If anything, they massively cost Everton as the referee, Kevin Friend, decided to add even more time on, thanks to the celebrations and a late substitution.

During the added time thanks to the celebrations, Bournemouth made one last attack and managed to score thanks to another from Junior Stanislas! 

I know it's good having fans who are passionate, but we're not entirely sure that Roberto Martinez will be too impressed with them tonight! 

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