Chelsea legend John Terry didn't spare Everton in his assessment of their poor first half showing against Tottenham Hotspurin the Premier League on Monday. John Terry gave the assessmentvia his official Twitter accountas he said that Everton could be down by six goals. The Ex-Chelsea and Aston Villa skipper tweeted his opinion on the game when Everton were down by three goals towards the end of the first half.

John Terry gave an honest assessment on Everton despite the fact that the Merseyside giants are now being managed by former Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard. Terry and Lampard were teammates at Chelsea for over a decade. They were key players for the West London giants on the way to winning a lot of major titles.

Lampard has not had the best of starts at Everton after he was named their new manager earlier this year. He has lost four of his five Premier League games as Everton manager thus leaving the club one point ahead of the relegation zone. The 5-0 defeat to hosts Tottenham Hotspur earlier this week was his fourth loss in five league matches as the new Everton boss.
Lampard showed his tactical naivety against Spurs after he set-up his team in a way that favours the opposition. Tottenham Hotspur are at their best on the counterattack with the pace of South Korean star Son Heung-Min and Swedish forward DejanKulusevski. The Everton defenders could not handle the Tottenham Hotspur attack as they folded badly especially in the first half.
A Michael Keane own goal set Spurs on their way to victory before the aforementioned Son doubled the lead on 17 minutes and three minutes after the opening goal. Star striker Harry Kane added a third goal for the first of his brace to give Tottenham Hotspur a 3-0 lead at the break. Substitute Reguilon and Kane added further goals in the second half to make it a whitewash.