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Adam Jones gives his full response to Everton’s 2-1 Premier League victory over Leicester City. They finally succeeded. Everton has won a Premier League match on the road.
It’s difficult to comprehend how long it took the Blues to eventually do this. It’s been an absurd and, to be honest, humiliating wait to be able to enjoy three points on the road.
There have been several low times during that period. To mention a few, there was the defeat to Norwich City and the humiliation at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur.
Finally, those traveling fans deserved to be “celebrated.” This was their reward for devoting so much time, effort, and money to supporting their team through thick and thin, even during the most tough of campaigns.
This has been a heartbreaking season for those who have supported the team. Nobody wants to see their favorite team struggle for an extended length of time.
They are, however, adamant about doing everything they can to drag their side back up. Any means necessary.
The images outside Finch Farm on Saturday afternoon as the coach was leaving Merseyside set the bar. Evertonians lined the street, keen to show their support for the team.
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Recently, Frank Lampard has been on the verge of tapping into the ideal mentality and working those fans into a frenzy. At the King Power Stadium, this was on full show.
This side of the field was unique. Thousands of people remained in the stands loudly shouting out their slogans 15 minutes after the full-time siren had blown.
The only thing you could hear throughout the stadium during the final five or ten minutes of the first half was the hundreds of fans who had traveled from Merseyside chanting “Spirit Of The Blues.” It was a wonderfully hypnotic experience to be a part of within the earth, never mind what it would have been like right in the center of it all.
The outpouring of excitement in the last minutes, when Richarlison and then Salomon Rondon won brilliant fouls to bring the game to a close, was indicative of a team that had waited a long time for this kind of Result.
As the final whistle rang, Ian Snodin, who was on the club’s commentary crew, couldn’t suppress his loud cheers.
It’s been a long time since the atmosphere surrounding the club has been this positive, which is especially impressive given the Blues’ current circumstances.
As things stand, their first away win since August has lifted them out of the relegation zone, but the task is far from done.
However, it does not appear to matter to the supporters at this time. They’re banding together in the greatest possible manner, cheering their team to victory – and the players are reacting in kind, with so many of them stepping up to be counted in the most crucial of moments.
Everton were chanting from the away end. Everton put in a valiant effort and earned an important three points.
It’s been much too long since they’ve had an away win, but if they can do it again in a couple of days against Watford, their precarious situation will suddenly appear a lot brighter.
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