Everton fans have been reacting to their Carabao Cup draw following their 3-0 win over Sunderland and it’s safe to say they are not happy.
The Merseysiders face an away fixture against the Premier League champions, Chelsea, as they look to advance to the next stage.
The Toffees have looked extremely poor during the current season and their positivity is at an all-time low.
Though, a 3-0 win over Championship side Sunderland did go some way to lifting their spirits as they cruised to victory.
A Dominic Calvert-Lewin brace and a goal from an unexpected source sealed the win.
An unexpected Oumar Niasse strike sealed the Toffees place in the next round much to the bemusement of the Everton fans.
The player had been in exile for around 18 months at the club and had no hope of returning to the side.
Though, Ronald Koeman finally decided to give the Striker a go in the side and that ultimately lead to a goal!
After Niasse scored, social media blew up from the blue side of Merseyside and you can find some of the best tweets here.
— Everton (@Everton) September 20, 2017
Though, instead of a celebration of their progression, Evertonians were extremely negative following the Carabao Cup fourth round draw.
That is because their draw with Chelsea will come at a time in which they have no hope of progressing to the next round.
Losses to Chelsea, Spurs, Manchester United and a draw against Man City do not spell good news against the big boys.
Now, if Everton are to lift a trophy for the first time in 22 years then they will need to go through Chelsea away from home.
Judging by social media, Everton fans are certainly not positive about their chances.
And back down to Earth we go https://t.co/pnJiE2xd64
— EFC Feelin Blue (@EFCFeelinBlue) September 20, 2017
Chelsea away in the cup? It was fun while it lasted
— Everton Aren't We (@EvertonArentWe) September 20, 2017
Terrible draw. Can't believe it. That's us out then.
That's what Antonio Conte is saying after Chelsea have been drawn against Oumar Niasse
— Ed McCosh (@EdMc_Cosh) September 20, 2017
Fuck sake hahaha.. Theres always next year lads. #EFC
— FORTUNE (@TomFortune_) September 20, 2017
8th cup tie between #efc and Chelsea in 15 years
— Gavin Buckland (@GavinBuckland1) September 20, 2017
Another year the league cup escapes us!
— Watched Toffee (@WatchedToffee) September 20, 2017
Just hope we play a full strength team and Chelsea don't.
— Royal Blue Everton (@RoyalBlueEFC) September 20, 2017
Ah well. https://t.co/96QzqORK6v
— Connor Bennett (@ConnorBennett14) September 20, 2017
— Ray Healy (@blueray1978) September 20, 2017