04 Nov 2019, 00:04 IST
Everton midfielder Andre Gomes suffered what gave the impression to be a serious leg damage within the Premier League conflict with Tottenham, leaving his tackler Son Heung-min inconsolable.
Spurs ahead Son, who arrange Dele Alli to attain the opening purpose of the sport at Goodison Park, was despatched off after catching Gomes with a sliding problem because the midfielder led a break over the midway line.
Gomes then appeared to collide with Serge Aurier whereas off-balance and went to floor with what seemed to be a major damage to his proper leg.
Gamers from each groups had been left visibly distressed as medical workers attended to Gomes close to the touchline.
Referee Martin Atkinson then confirmed a crimson card to Son, who regarded distraught as he was helped away and down the tunnel.
After an extended delay, Gomes was taken off on a stretcher to a standing ovation from all corners of the stadium, with Gylfi Sigurdsson approaching as his alternative.
There have been 12 minutes of extra time on the finish of the second half, following Gomes’ damage and two size pauses for VAR critiques of doable penalties, neither of which resulted in spot-kicks being given.