Horrorblessure the Goal, after “charge” to Son overshadows Everton-Tottenham
03 november, 2019 17:37
03-11-19 at 17:37
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Updated: 3 hours ago
The game between Everton and Tottenham Hotspur (1-1) in the Premier League on Sunday, are completely overshadowed by a horrific injury to Andre Gomes. The Portuguese midfielder of Everton broke in, presumably, his / her lower leg in a “charge” of Heung-Min Son, who works with the red felt.
Son, put down the ten minutes prior to the time for a hard tackle on the Goal, which was a spot on the sidelines. The 26-year-old midfield player was then in a collision with Serge Aurier and continued to put his foot in an unnatural position.
Referee Martin Atkinson came in first with a yellow card, turning on for the Son, it did, at the sight of the damage quickly to mind. The South Korean attacker is left with a visible excitation of the field.