Kieran Gibbs Threatened To "F**king Do It Again" After Red Card
Kieran Gibbs stupidly got himself sent off on Saturday but his argument with Seamus Coleman as he walked off the pitch was just as bad.
West Brom capitulated in mere minutes at the end of the first half of their loss to Everton on Saturday afternoon. Having led early in the game, they went behind just a minute from half time, when James Rodriguez scored his first goal for the Toffees.
Before the break they were also down to 10 men with Gibbs responding to a little nudge from the Colombian midfielder by shoving him in the face.
Still angry, Gibbs went off the pitch shouting that he'd 'f**cking do it again,' leading to a brilliant response from Everton captain Coleman.
Gibbs "I'll fcuking do it again.- Irish Football Pics (@irish_pics) September 20, 2020
Seamus "No you won't do it again. Who you talking to you'll do it again? Hard man. Fcuking hard man."pic.twitter.com/2OsHffdjNX
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Slaven Bilic was equally annoyed at the decision to send Gibbs off, although in reality he could have no complaints, and was sent off for arguing with Mike Dean at half-time.
That looked to have completed West Brom's total collapse but they actually got level at 2-2 just two minutes after the restart.
Matheus Pereira curled in a wonderful free kick, from just outside the area, right into the top corner to give Jordan Pickford no chance.
Brilliance from Pereira!- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 19, 2020
The Brazilian has 10-man West Brom on level terms with a pinpoint freekick :dart: pic.twitter.com/CRVcgLGdiG
Of course Bilic's side's comeback didn't last long and the Croatian had to watch on as Michael Keane soon made it 3-2 before Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who'd scored the initial equaliser, grabbed two more to complete his hat-trick.
Next up for the Baggie is Brentford in the Carabao Cup in midweek, before they face Chelsea at the weekend, they could do without anyone else losing their head.
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