EDEN HAZARD was caught on camera booing team-mate Ross Barkley on Sunday.
Barkley left the Toffees for Chelsea last year and was booed by the Everton fans when the two sides drew 0-0 at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.
Ross Barkley runs out at Goodison Park to a chorus of boos
And his team-mate Eden Hazard jokingly joins in
But this was the England midfielder’s first return to Goodison Park since his exit last year.
And as Barkley strode out on to the pitch to begin his warm-up, he was greeted with a chorus of boos from the fans who used to idolise him.
Hazard who came out on to the turf directly behind Barkley jokingly joined in the boos ahead of the 2-0 defeat on Merseyside.
Richarlison opened the scoring for Everton after the break and Gylfi Sigurdsson followed up his saved penalty to seal the points to make it a miserable return home for Barkley who was replaced on 65 minutes by Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
And Blues boss Maurizio Sarri admitted he had no idea how his troops fell apart in their latest Premier League setback.
Sarri said: “I’m worried about our mentality. I think the situation is clear.
“We played probably the best 45 minutes of the season then, suddenly, at the beginning of the second half, we stopped playing. I don’t know why.
“So the situation is clear. It is impossible the problem is a physical problem because if you have a physical problem, you go down gradually, not in one second.
“We played really very well until the last minute of the first half and then suddenly very badly in the first minute of the second half.
“It’s very difficult for players to explain to me the change. Very difficult for me to explain to you the change, probably it is a mental block I think.”
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