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November 5, 2016 is a day Ronald Koeman will never forget. The Everton manager led the Toffees to a Chelsea onslaught at Stamford Bridge, and they went back home with the trashing of their lives – a 5-0 defeat in the hands of a rampaging Chelsea.

A brace from Eden Hazard and goals from Marcos Alonso, Diego Costa and Pedro were all Chelsea needed to demolish Everton. And the worst part of it is that Everton didn’t have even a shot on target.

Everton boss Ronald Koeman still remembers that loss his team suffered about five months ago.

The two teams will be against each on the last day of this month and Koeman couldn’t help but look back at the 5-0 defeat. “We had only one game this season when we had no chance and that was Chelsea when we had no chance from start to finish to get one point out of the game,” Koeman said.

“It was maybe one of the strongest performances of Chelsea and Everton were poor in all aspects of football. Of course that will be different this Sunday. We expect them to give so much more for this game.”

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