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Gary Lineker has taken to Twitter to react after Everton suffered a bizarre 5-2 defeat to Watford at Goodison Park in the Premier League.

What’s the story?

Well, this will surely go down as one of the craziest endings to a game in Premier League history.

With Everton leading 2-1 in the 77th minute, Watford somehow fought back to score four goals in 13 minutes to dramatically turn the game around.

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A hat-trick from Josh King, who spent time at Everton last season, helped Claudio Ranieri earn his first win in charge of the Hornets.

After full-time, Lineker shared a brilliant three-word reaction to the result, referencing his response to when Leicester hired Ranieri in 2015.

As you can see below, it’s the exact same reaction Lineker had when Leicester surprisingly replaced Nigel Pearson with the Italian.

Will Watford go on to win the Premier League now, just like the Foxes did?

Only time will tell.

Everton 2-5 Watford sums up poor recruitment

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Much was made of Marcel Brands when he arrived on Merseyside, but in all honesty, he has done a terrible job as Director of Football.

As aforesaid, Everton actually employed King for the second half of last season, but barely gave the Norwegian a chance to prove himself.

The 29-year-old played just 137 minutes of Premier League football across 11 appearances, which equates to just 12 minutes per game.

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Everton then went on to sign Salomon Rondon, who is much worse than King in our view, in what was a baffling move.

The Toffees would’ve been better off keeping the ex-Bournemouth striker, as today’s showing proves.

The sooner Brands sorts himself out and starts to clean up Everton’s transfer strategy, the better – there have been far too many mistakes.

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