Coleman’s late own goal hands Bournemouth victory over Everton

At some point, most likely next week, Everton will find out how costly these dropped points might prove. Sean Dyche’s side looked to have claimed a fortunate late share of the spoils on the south coast when a Neto howler gifted them an equaliser, only for Séamus Coleman to produce an own-goal clanger of his own to dash any short-lived joy.

Everton’s winless run has now reached 12 games since they last triumphed in mid-December, sending them plummeting ever closer to the relegation zone. The fear is that the table will soon make for even worse reading when a verdict is delivered imminently into a second case of financial breaches, having already been docked six points for a first. Add in an uncertain takeover that has dragged on for months and the mood around the club could scarcely be more fraught.

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