Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino doesn’t suppose Heung-min Son ought to have been despatched off for his deal with on Andre Gomes.
The Everton midfielder suffered a horrible leg damage after a 78th-minute problem from Son, who was subsequently lowered to tears and given his marching orders by referee Martin Atkinson in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.
The Tottenham ahead is ready to overlook Premier League video games in opposition to Sheffield United, West Ham and Bournemouth.
When requested if Son ought to have been despatched off, Pochettino informed talkSPORT: “No, no, undoubtedly not.
“Everybody noticed it was a problem for the ball with the unhealthy luck of the contact and Andre’s touchdown producing the damage.
“But it surely was by no means Sonny’s intention to do what occurred.”
Dele Alli gave Tottenham the lead simply after the hour mark, earlier than Cenk Tosun drew Everton degree within the seventh minute of stoppage time.
Nevertheless, the sport was overshadowed by the damage to Gomes, who was stretchered off within the 84th minute.
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Pochettino added: “We’re very devastated for the state of affairs.
“We wish to ship all of our greatest needs on behalf of me, my staff and the membership. I hope he can get well quickly.
“My greatest needs to him, the household and all of Everton. It was a really unhealthy state of affairs.”