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‘Wash your mouth before you talk about me and Everton’: Toffees’ hero Richarlison launches 1.37am Twitter blast at Jamie Carragher, who he has ‘no respect’ for, after Liverpool legend’s comments on his play-acting

Everton striker Richarlison has blasted Jamie Carragher on social medial – informing him that he has no respect for the Liverpool legend.

It was a busy few hours for Richarlison as he played a key role in helping Everton avoid Premier League relegation with a stunning comeback win against Crystal Palace.

Trailing 2-0 at half-time, the Toffees scored three goals after the break to ensure that it is mathematically impossible for them to drop down to the Championship next season.

Richarlison (pictured) has hit out at Jamie Carragher on Twitter after Everton avoided the drop

Carragher pictured

Richarlison (left) has hit out at Jamie Carragher on Twitter after Everton avoided the drop

Richarlison scored the equaliser on 75 minutes to send Goodison Park into raptures before the atmosphere increased ten-fold when Dominic Calvert-Lewin completed the comeback 10 minutes later.

And after the elation of Everton’s survival, Richarlison took to Twitter to throw shade at Carragher in the early hours of Friday morning.

‘Wash your mouth before you talk about me and Everton and I don’t respect you’, he quipped to Carragher at 1.37am accompanied with an emoji.

Richarlison’s damning tweet appears to be in relation to two recent comments by Carragher.

Speaking ahead of the match, Carragher tweeted about Richarlison’s perceived gamesmanship, writing: ‘Talking about Richarlison going down is nothing to do with bias. Every Everton game I do he goes down three or four times like he’s got a big injury then just gets up! It’s not about getting a penalty or a foul but pretending he’s hurt when he’s not.’

The 44-year-old would swiftly delete the tweet in question but not before but not before Richarlison posted a gif of himself celebrating a goal with his fingers to his lips in reply to the pundit. 

Richarlison scored Everton's equaliser on Thursday against Crystal Palace with this finish

Richarlison scored Everton’s equaliser on Thursday against Crystal Palace with this finish

Richarlison hit back at Carragher after the latter had criticised him twice recently

Richarlison hit back at Carragher after the latter had criticised him twice recently

Before the match, Carragher wrote the above about Richarlison - which he duly replied back to

Before the match, Carragher wrote the above about Richarlison – which he duly replied back to

This was the latest comment by Carragher with the one before coming before last month’s Merseyside’s derby which Everton lost 2-0 at bitter rivals Liverpool.

Liverpool’s win, courtesy of second-half goals from Andrew Robertson and Divock Origi, was shrouded in controversy with Everton aggrieved at not winning penalty for Joel Matip’s collision with Anthony Gordon and Sadio Mane not being sent off for appearing to make contact with Mason Holgate’s eye.

Everton were unhappy that Liverpool refused to kick the ball out when Richarlison went down with an injury, leading to Abdoulaye Doucoure tripping Fabinho and picking up a booking as his frustration got the better of him.

However, Carragher felt Richarlison went down far too easily despite appearing to roll his right ankle nastily.

‘Honestly, get up. Get up, carry on,’ Carragher said of Richarlison during his co-commentary on Sky Sports.

‘If Doucoure gets a yellow card because his team-mate goes down. Stupid from Doucoure trying to stop the game but Richarlison… there’s nothing wrong with him.’

Richarlison was accused by Liverpool icon Carragher of play-acting during last month's derby

Richarlison was accused by Liverpool icon Carragher of play-acting during last month’s derby

Carragher said on co-commentary: 'Honestly, get up. Get up, carry on,' despite the ankle injury

Carragher said on co-commentary: ‘Honestly, get up. Get up, carry on,’ despite the ankle injury

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