Everton Gets Served a Welsh Rarebit

Published on 29-Jan-2016 by srijan213

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Everton Gets Served a Welsh Rarebit

Those who don't pay attention think the last word in that term is rabbit.

Well, it's not.

And to top it off, the Toffees suffered a rare bit of humiliation at home to that crafty crew from Wales to the tune of 1-2.

Swansea City had just experienced a fresh managerial change in Francesco Guidolin, which seems to be paying immediate dividends. Will it be better than what Luis van Gaal provided up the road a ways?

Efalli, as native speakers say in the principality.

In any language, it was stupidity that gave away the first goal for Everton as John Stones lost his feet and mind.

Gylfi Sigurdsson has been a maestro from the spot, and here's yet another reason why:

Gareth Barry may have aged, but his touch hasn't:

A panna from a set piece for a goal. Now, that is dope.

And who knew the decider would happen in only the 34th minute? Andre Ayew broke the Evertonian hearts as he got it from a deflection.

Toffee fans didn't even know yet that this was the strike that would break their hearts

Everton defenders need to pay better attention. Early and often.