There was a comical moment involving Djibril Sidibé on Saturday afternoon.
The Frenchman was on the bench for Everton's game against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.
Everton took the lead after just 18 minutes.
Theo Walcott whipped a delicious ball in from the right and Bernard volleyed past Vicente Guaita.
However, Walcott was forced off through injury 10 minutes later.
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Carlo Ancelotti decided to replace him with Sidibe. The full-back was stripped and raring to go on the sidelines as Walcott made his way off the pitch.
However, the substitution was delayed after Sidibe realised he didn't have his sock on.
The former Monaco player bent down to pull up his left sock, only to realise he didn't have it on.
He then looked around confused before making his way down the tunnel to find it.
Understandably, Ancelotti was not happy at all.
He threw his hands up in the air at the direction of Sidibe and then muttered something. It is unknown what he said, but it can't have been very complimentary to his player.
Sidibe did eventually find his sock and he did eventually enter the fray.
Christian Benteke managed to find the back of the net just after half-time to make it 1-1.
But Richarlison put his side back in front seven minutes. Everton will move up to seventh place if they hang on to the three points.News Now - Sport News