By Jack Bezants for MailOnline
Published: 15:39 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 15:40 GMT, 7 January 2020
The manor of Everton's defeat by fierce rivals Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday marked a new low for the blue half of Merseyside.
Jurgen Klopp heavily rotated his side, meaning Everton faced a youthful Liverpool team in their pursuit of a first victory at Anfield this century, and their first trophy since 1995.
Yet they still lost, 1-0, due to a wonder goal from Curtis Jones and in the immediate aftermath, Toffees captain Seamus Coleman and Mason Holgate were involved in a terse exchange with Liverpool fans inside the stadium.
Mason Holgate and Seamus Coleman rowed with Liverpool fans after Everton's loss on Sunday
Video has emerged of the argument as they made their way to the Anfield dressing room
Coleman appears to ask 'what did you say' towards the Liverpool supporters at Anfield
As they headed back to the away dressing room at full-time, Everton captain Coleman can be seen rowing with Liverpool supporters who were taunting him, although what was said is unclear in the footage.
Coleman appears to ask 'what did you say?' before team-mate Holgate gets involved and is held back by the Everton goalkeeper coach, Alan Kelly.
It is understood that Everton feel the matter was down to raised emotions at the end of