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Jeri Mina was hailed as the biggest bullshit in the Premier League

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Erie Mina and Frank Lampard hug after Everton's 1-0 win over Chelsea


Fans put labels Everton Defender Jerry Mina ‘s biggest house in *** Premier League‘after a colossal demonstration by the Colombian against Chelsea at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Richardson’s goal in the second half was enough to earn all three points for Frank Lampard fighting Toffees – who made a much-needed jump up the table to close the gap in Leeds and Burnley over them.

There were heroes all over the field – Jordan Pickford made a series of absolutely dazzling saves and Anthony Gordon ran on socks all day, but Mina’s team presence behind was perhaps what Everton needed most, and that’s what they missed so much. . season.

Mina faced Kay Havertz, Mason Mount and almost every Chelsea player who wanted to approach him, and fans on social networks really liked it.

“Eri Mina may be the biggest boor in the Premier League,” one fan tweeted.

“Mina is a brick horseradish that falls apart when you breathe on it,” wrote an enthusiastic Chelsea fan.

“Mina’s c *** house is exactly what Everton will support,” wrote the third, and the fourth said, “Mina is an absolute beast, Havertz looked like a branch in front of him.”

Mina has only played for Everton 13 times in the season, missing months of the game due to injury. He has more or less been a mainstay aside since his arrival from Barcelona in 2018 and is one of the few success stories of a club with big money in recent years.

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Erie Mina and Frank Lampard hug after Everton’s 1-0 win over Chelsea

Speaking after the game, Lampard praised the mood of both fans and his players, insisting that the club needs to “fight” every week to prevent relegation.

“We have to fight for points, we are in the relegation zone and we have to go in the same spirit every game.

“They are [the players] must show that they care. I like it. They don’t need to go outside, but they need to show that they care, the fans want to see it. I pushed them a little before the game because the situation is clear. We have to play with that level in all our other games. This must continue, and if this does not happen, we must understand. “

Everton are now two points away from safety, and very importantly, they have a game with Leeds United over them, which means that survival in the Premier League is still in their hands.

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