There's been a controversial goal at Goodison Park.
Middlesbrough went ahead thanks to an own goal from Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg who failed to keep hold of a cross into the box, resulting in the ball going into his own net.
However, the score got Everton fans booing as they were adamant that Boro's Alvaro Negredo had fouled the keeper and forced him to drop the ball as he challenged for it in the air.
It has also sparked a bit of debate on Twitter, with some feeling the goal should not have been given.
That can't possibly count. Negredo fouled the keeper. That's ridiculous. Fans really letting the ref have it. #EVEMID— Paul Dawkins (@Paul__Dawkins) September 17, 2016
Poor judgement by Lee Mason, it's a foul tho'. #EVEMID— o ɟ l n z (@thezulfo) September 17, 2016
Definitely a foul on the keeper, shocking decision. #EVEMID— Miles Hackett (@miles_hackett) September 17, 2016
Comms & pundits are all saying that's a legitimate goal, but Negredo didn't actually touch the ball, so how could it possibly be? #EVEMID— Andrew Wilson (@Androo_Wilson) September 17, 2016
The Boro forward headed the arms of the Everton goalkeeper. How those bt commentators could say that was a fair goal is laughable. #EVEMID— Mark (@Stand_Free1980) September 17, 2016
But others disagreed and welcomed the fact that referee, Lee Mason, didn't feel the need to protect the goalie.
Good goal soft goalkeeping #EVEMID— Tyler Deignan (@tylerlinfield_9) September 17, 2016
#EVEMID Not a fan of Everton, but sure that should have been given— AppyAmmer ⚒ (@AppyAmmer69) September 17, 2016
What do you think?