FRANK LAMPARD said he broke his hand in the dramatic Everton celebrations – but he doesn’t care.
The Toffees boss went berserk as Alex Iwobi kept his head when everyone else in Goodison Park had lost theirs.
He took Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s cute reverse pass in his stride and slotted past Martin Dubravka to score a 99TH-MINUTE winner.
Unsurprisingly Lampard – who was earlier fuming as Allan controversially saw red – celebrated the goal wildly.
He joined Richarlison and his coaching staff in jumping around in the home dugout.
But amid the chaos, Lamps took a whack to the left hand – it was shaking as he checked his watch in the final seconds.
And as he came on air to discuss the all-important three points, the ex-England midfielder was sporting a nasty bruise and lump.
He told Prime Video: “I’ve broken my hand in the celebrations. My bones must be going soft, I don’t remember the moment.
“I didn’t realise at the time but as the game carried on I was a bit sore and shaky.
“But I don’t care – I’ll take it for three points.
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“It was an amazing night and we need those nights. Spirit and togetherness, the players stood up tonight.”
Lampard raged after Allan’s yellow card was upgraded following a VAR check for his cynical lunge on Allan Saint-Maximin.
That lengthy review, plus an eight-minute stoppage after a protestor cable-tied their neck to the goalposts, meant there were 14 minutes of injury time.
And in the ninth, Iwobi sent Goodison into raptures.
Lampard added: “It was not a night for quality or calm. It means so much to the stadium we all felt that. I wanted to use the atmosphere.
“Everton fans wanted to see passion. We proved what we could be tonight.”
“I don’t think it is a red card. It is a yellow, yes, is it a strong yellow? Possibly. But that isn’t a clear error. It was the wrong decision and we lose Allan for three games.”