Jonjoe Kenny has been declared the ‘flop’ of Everton’s match against Lyon on Thursday evening. Everton were once again very poor under David Unsworth and put out a team which many fans thought was something of a surrender before kickoff.

The best player on the pitch, according to L’Equipe, was Memphis Depay, who Ronald Koeman made no secret of admiring. Koeman was happy to throw out hints about a possible Everton move for Depay, but nothing came of it in the end.

Whilst Depay was the ‘top’, the French newspaper say Kenny was the ‘flop’, and it’s stated the 20 year couldn’t get a hold on the right side, despite Ferland Mendy not being up to his usual standard as the match started.

Then, when Kenny was moved to the left, after an Everton substitution, L’Equipe say he didn’t look any better, and struggled throughout the game to control his side and provide anything in attack.

Kenny got 3/10 for his efforts, with 6 other players being given 4/10, and Unsworth getting the same 4, perhaps fortunately.

Everton’s decision to sack Koeman and appoint Unsworth on an extended interim basis isn’t currently looking the most genius football move of the season.