Professional boxer and famous Everton fan Tony Bellew has dubbed having to play Liverpool twice inside a month as a nightmare on social media, after the news dropped that his side had drawn Liverpool in the FA Cup.
Bellew posted on Twitter commenting on the Toffees facing Liverpool on Sunday after discovering the Reds had beat Spartak Moscow 7-0 on Wednesday.
Been a LONG day! Back and forth to London for work and get home to hear the kopites have won 7-0! ???? all I can say is,????that’s them all out of goals for the week eh ????, See ya’s there on Sunday! Anfield twice inside a month ???? #NightmareSituations #COYB ????
— Tony Bellew (@TonyBellew) December 6, 2017
The boxer used the fingers cross emoji as he ‘prayed’ that Liverpool were now all out of goals following their emphatic win.
Bellew, before finishing his tweet, used a sad emoiji after writing that Everton had to go to Anfield twice inside a month, before using the hashtag nightmare situations.
The Toffees have to play the Reds in January due to being drawn against them in the FA Cup third round, a decision that had fans panicking on social media.
Ahead of their clash on Sunday, Liverpool have 11 more points in the league and are six places higher than Everton.
However, the Toffees go into the game having drastically improved their form winning their last two games to move clear of the relegation zone.
Last season, the Reds won both meetings with Everton, beating them 3-1 at Anfield and 1-0 at Goodison Park.
The Toffees haven’t won a Merseyside Derby since October 2010 when they won 2-0 thanks to goals from Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta.