Everton drew 2-2 with Apollon Limassol on Thursday night.
Gylfi Sigurdsson, Wayne Rooney and Leighton Baines of Everton leave the pitch following the draw with Apollon Limassol
Everton were booed off the park on Thursday night, after only mustering a 2-2 home draw with Apollon Limassol in the Europa League.
The Toffees have yet to hit top gear after a summer of spending, and whilst fans had hoped that Saturday's 2-1 win over Bournemouth would be the catalyst for a strong run of form.
However, they endured a tough night against Apollon Limassol, with Adrian Sardinero opening the scoring for the visitors, before Wayne Rooney grabbed an equaliser.
Wayne Rooney of Everton looks dejected
Croatian winger Nikola Vlasic scored to put Everton in front, putting them on course for a win, before Hector Yuste snatched a point for the Cypriots.
Everton fans booed their team off the pitch after yet another disappointing result, and manager Koeman finds himself under increasing pressure ahead of this weekend's game with Burnley.
Koeman took to Twitter after the final whistle to send a message to supporters, criticising the first half display before praising the second half performance, though his disappointment at dropping two points was clear.
Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) September 28, 2017
Koeman's tweet wasn't well received by fans, and it didn't impress ex-Everton full back Michael Ball either, who took to Twitter to respond to the Toffees manager.
Ball urged Koeman to change his tactics as two holding midfielders and three playmakers isn't working, noting that the Everton team is completely lacking pace, width and confidence - a major concern for the Everton boss.