Fans ‘can’t stop watching’ clip of supporter telling Everton star what he thinks

Football fans have been left in hysterics after catching an angry Brighton fan’s reaction as Everton ran riot at the Amex.

In one of the shock results of the season, relegation-threatened Everton romped to a 5-1 success at Europe-chasing Brighton. The Toffees took the lead after just 34 seconds through Abdoulaye Doucoure, who struck again shortly before the break.

There was time for another Everton goal before half-time as goalkeeper Jason Steele deflected Dwight McNeil’s cross into his own net. McNeil then scored twice late in the second half either side of a consolation effort from Alexis Mac Allister.

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The goal avalanche was too much to take for one Brighton fan, who was caught on camera fuming at Everton players as they celebrated. The supporter in question aimed a middle-finger salute in their direction before appearing to perform a double w***** sign.

A West Ham fan, who retweeted the clip, posted: “I can’t stop watching this.” Meanwhile, other fans reckon the individual bore a resemblance to Facebook supremo Mark Zuckerburg. “Zuck, is that you?,” asked one.

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Another wondered if a member of Scottish double-act The Proclaimers had suddenly become a Brighton fan. “Wow, one half of the proclaimers don’t look happy,” they quipped.

The Wealdstone Raider also got a mention, with one fan offering: "The 50pence Wealdstone Raider there."

And apparently, it wasn’t an isolated incident, with one fan tweeting: “For the fourth goal, there was a brief one of a child doing the same thing. Great bank holiday entertainment.”

Brighton fans can at least console themselves with a generally excellent season which could still deliver European football. The Seagulls could also have a say in the title race as they have top two Arsenal (on Sunday) and Manchester City (on May 24) left to play.


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