Everton told they should be ‘automatically relegated’ for horror show defending vs Luton…

Everton’s recent resurgence, marked by impressive away wins against Brentford and Aston Villa, took a dire turn as they faced off against struggling Luton.

The match witnessed a shocking display of defensive lapses that had some fans humorously suggesting Everton should face automatic relegation.

In the lead-up to the game, optimism had been building among Everton supporters, following their success at Brentford and progress in the Carabao Cup against Aston Villa.

Consequently, fans were hopeful for a strong performance against newly-promoted Luton, who had only secured one point prior to the match.

However, Everton’s first-half defense under Sean Dyche’s management crumbled, allowing Luton to capitalize. Tom Lockyer opened the scoring with a close-range effort in the 24th minute, followed by Carlton Morris converting a free-kick just past the half-hour mark.

Although Dominic Calvert-Lewin managed to pull one goal back for Everton before halftime, the nature of the goals conceded left fans in dismay.

Some fans went so far as to jokingly demand automatic relegation for Everton, questioning how they could find themselves 2-0 down at home to a team like Luton. Concerns were raised about Everton’s performance and the possibility of relegation this season.

One Everton supporter, taking a harsh stance, expressed doubts about Luton’s suitability for the Premier League and implied that Everton’s performance against them was worrisome.

Another frustrated fan lamented that Luton, in their view, didn’t belong in the Premier League but were showing Everton who deserved to be there, suggesting Luton might not secure another win all season except against Everton.

This inconsistency in Everton’s performances left some fans exasperated, especially considering their recent victories against Brentford and Villa.

One supporter placed blame on the manager, stating that Everton struggled against Luton due to tactical decisions. In the end, Luton managed to maintain their lead, securing their first victory of the season.

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