The man from county Donegal, Seamus Coleman the Irish and Everton captain come in for a lot of praise for his display and actions on the pitch despite the Toffees losing to rivals Liverpool two nil on Sunday at Anfield Stadium.
At one stage in the game the 33 year old Irish man, pointed to the crest on Gordon’s badge as he laid on the ground. That’s what you want from your captain, trying to inspire others and get the best out of them.
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Coleman pointing at Gordon’s badge!! This is what it means 😍 what a captain pic.twitter.com/Heeq7tyLuL
— mikenumber5 (@MikeNumber5) April 24, 2022
Gordon been superb, causing #lfc problems on the break. Just taken out by Alexander-Arnold. Coleman ran over, pointing repeatedly to the #efc crest on Gordon's shirt. Lampard's players giving everything for the shirt. #LIVEVE
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) April 24, 2022
It’s going to make for a cracking finish between Everton and Burnley, can the Toffees manage to stay in the Pmeir League? Lampard has got his hands full.