Andre Gomes: Everton midfielder suffers horrific leg injury


Everton’s avid gamers rushed over to Andre Gomes and Tottenham’s Son Heung-min became distressed after seeing the aftermath

Everton midfielder Andre Gomes suffered a horrific leg damage in Sunday’s Premier League match in opposition to Tottenham at Goodison Park.

A distressed Son Heung-min of Spurs became despatched off in the 79th minute for the form out on the Portuguese participant.

The incident regarded innocuous, nevertheless the mood changed amongst the avid gamers and crowd after they saw the corpulent impact.

There became a six-minute stoppage as medics tended to Gomes sooner than he became taken off on a stretcher.

The match at final completed 1-1after Cenk Tosun’s header in the 97th minute cancelled out Dele Alli’s earlier effort.

Everton supervisor Marco Silva stated he became waiting to listen to of the severity of the damage.

He stated: “He’s long past to clinic. Our medical employees are as much as tempo.

“That is a horrible moment for us and our team – this became extra than a soccer game. We are in a position to give all increase to Andre and his family. As a team we now want to discontinue together and yell the spirit we confirmed following the incident.”

Ragged Toffees midfielder Pat Nevin, who became a summariser for BBC Radio 5 Stay at Goodison Park, described the events in the quick aftermath of the damage to Gomes.

“That is wicked, wicked,” stated the Scot. “The avid gamers look devastated and there is drawl confusion right here. Gamers with their heads in their hands.

“Son became distraught sooner than he became despatched off and his team-mate Serge Aurier can not quiz and is praying.

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“There is so important confusion. He is being led straight to the corner to the ambulance to take him to clinic.”

The TV replay instructed that Gomes suffered the damage after Son’s form out and sooner than he collided with corpulent-wait on Aurier.

Referee Martin Atkinson in the starting keep confirmed the South Korean a yellow card sooner than he changed his solutions.

The Premier League defined: “The crimson card for Son became for endangering the safety of a participant, which took aim as a final end result of his initial anxiety.”

Everton midfielder Fabian Delph regarded as if it would mild be affected in a put up-match TV interview when requested about his team-mate.

“He’s one our brothers, someone we care about deeply,” stated the worn Manchester City participant. “It be onerous to position into words. The sooner we are in a position to rep in contact the greater. That became interesting to undercover agent.”

‘Son can not steal his head up’

Son Heung-min is residence for a ban for his crimson card

Nevin stated that Aurier and Son want to be absolved of any blame.

He added: “Son deliberately tackles Gomes, nevertheless he does no longer residence off that [the injury].

“He is catapulted from that anxiety onto Aurier. Guilty Son and to suppose he did that deliberately is 100% horrible. Son is never any longer love that, he is never any longer that extra or less guy.

“He does no longer deserve the treatment he’ll rep on social media. He is devastated – he became the residence off, nevertheless it indisputably became no longer his fault. It be correct with out a doubt one of those things that happens in soccer.”

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Goalscorer Alli stated he stumbled on Son crying in the changing room after the final whistle.

“I did now not are attempting to jog attempting too important at what took aim,” stated the England midfielder. “I are attempting to ship Andre my easiest wants.

“Son is devastated and in tears – it be no longer his fault. Son is with out a doubt one of nicest folks you are going to want ever met. He can not even steal his head up, he’s crying so important.

“The damage does play to your solutions at some stage in the match nevertheless you might want to to discontinue educated.”

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