The Toffees were completely dominated by the Seagulls at Goodison Park on Tuesday.
The home side conceded an incredible three goals in just six minutes in the second half.
Demarai Gray pulled a goal back, but that was a small consolation for Everton who lost by an emphatic 4-1 scoreline.
The latest defeat looked to have put Lampard on the brink of getting sacked from his position.
Lampard is living on borrowed time
Lampard was appointed manager last January when they were facing relegation to the Championship.
The 44-year-old guided them to some big wins and ultimately secured Premier League survival.
However, the Blues’ performances this season have been dreadful. They have lost nine out of 18 matches, registering only 15 points.
Fans know that Lampard is not only to blame for all the mess at the club. The boards have also made some terrible decisions.
Despite this, results like yesterday are completely unacceptable with the squad Lampard’s disposal.
He is unlikely to stay long in his position if he doesn’t make significant improvements soon.
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