Analysis: Bournemouth 2-1 Everton

Seamus Coleman covers his face with his hands after scoring an own goal at Bournemouth
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Seamus Coleman's expression summed up Everton's current misfortune.

With the Toffees set to nab a much-needed point at Bournemouth, the talismanic captain's own goal handed over the three points.

It was clumsy and totally avoidable.

Coleman will take the flak but his goalkeeper Jordan Pickford should not escape blame.

Many will think the England international should have gathered the cross before the ball hit the defender's chest and went in.

Coleman's look of anguish and despair was mirrored by the travelling fans at Dean Court.

It also summed up the mood at a club where the uncertainty off the pitch has translated onto it.

Everton could yet have more points deducted for breaking financial rules, meaning they cannot afford to allow this 12-match streak without a win to continue any longer.

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