Speaking to the BBC, the up-and-coming Michael Keane spoke candidly about how he lost control after an infection in his foot from which he could not be cured. "I didn't want to go out, I didn't want to see anyone. I was ashamed of the way things were going on the pitch. I broke down and cried," he said.
Everton are still yet to win a Premier League game at Bournemouth as the ‘Cherries’ came back from behind to reverse a 0-2 deficit at Dean Court. Both clubs maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League season, with the fixture boasting four second half goals and two red cards.
Everton finished the 2017/2018 Premier League season in eighth position - one place less than last year. Talking to the club's official website, defender Michael Keane feels his side have a lot of improving to do.