Goodison Park witnessed the domination of Everton against Brentford as the score ends 4-1 in the FA Cup fourth round. Frank Lampard, the new Everton manager creates history as the club’s history has never recorded such a big victory by any debut manager.
“Super Frank, Super Frankie Lampard“, echoed around the old stadium in the second half of the game just after Mason Holgate scored and led Everton with a goal ahead. Yerry Mina. Richardson and Andros Townsend also booked their names for scoring against Thomas Frank’s team.
The fans couldn’t resist praising and embracing the attack played by the manager’s vision before the final whistle.
Frank Lampard’s Words:
“Today was really special, something I will never forget,” Lampard said. “There is a lot of work ahead of us but I can’t help but get caught up in the emotion of today. I can only thank the fans for their support of me from the moment I walked out of the tunnel and their support of the team throughout the game.”
Enjoying his win, Lampard said, “But as much as I was proud of the performance and it gets me excited, I have to calm down now and work towards the league games.” Apart from the glorious win, Ben Godfrey, unfortunately, got injured and got medical assistance to go off the ground.
Accepting the defeat, Thomas Frank said that he never thought of losing the game by such a margin and criticized the way they defended at the corners specifically.” I think when you lose 4-1 you can’t argue, it’s a fair defeat. I do think it was never a 4-1 defeat,” he said.