Some Everton fans invade the Goodison Park pitch to celebrate Premier League survival
There were conflicting emotions at full-time at Goodison Park as Everton snatched a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth to avoid Premier League relegation.
Some Toffees supporters ran onto the pitch at full-time as relief at avoiding the drop set in, while others remaining in the stands vented their frustration and anger at the board.
Abdoulaye Doucoure's stunning strike proved to be the club's most important goal of the season that ensures Everton maintain their status of never being relegated from the English top-flight.
Social media mocked, ranted and celebrated Everton's survival as fans clamoured to get near players at full-time with some remaining on the pitch and others ushered down the tunnel by security.
There were audible chants of 'sack the board' heard at the end of the match as some Everton fans called for ownerFarhad Moshiri to sell the club and a new set of directors appointed.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher called on change at the club as he admitted on Sky Sports: 'The whistle's gone, people have gone on the pitch, excited, I get that. But the majority of the supporters were almost screaming and booing at the fans that went on and then started singing 'sack the board'.