Everton want to stay in the Premier League, and this Sunday Chelsea will welcome Day 35.
Fans, who were also anxious, decided to harm other Londoners by detonating various fireworks next to the hotel where Thomas Tuchel’s team had been installed.
According to some data, the situation lasted for about two hours, between 1 and 3 p.m.
With six games left, Everton is 18th, one of three relegation spots, and is 5 points behind Leeds, the last saved, but two games less. Nevertheless, they have two games less than Watford, with seven points, and Norwich, who has already been doomed.
and here we go again pic.twitter.com/5wv6pNXjpc
– Megan Emily (@meganrourke_) May 1, 2022
Everton fans will start fireworks at the Chelsea team at 2:40 p.m.
Is Everton doing literally anything to survive?
– Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) May 1, 2022
It’s probably fair to say that Chelsea players don’t get a decent night’s sleep.
– The Everton End (@TheEvertonEnd) May 1, 2022