Tottenham Hotspur and Everton were both in desperate need of a win in the Premier League this evening when they met at Goodison Park.
Unfortunately, Spurs were unable to see out the win and the clean sheet after they went 1-0 up in the game via a Dele Alli bottom corner finish.
However, the scoreline will be overshadowed in the headlines by Andre Gomes’ horror injury sustained in the second half when Spurs were still leading.
A challenge from Heung Min Son resulted in the Everton man leaving the pitch on a stretcher and being taken straight to hospital.
Everton’s Fan Service account on Twitter has now revealed that the club are investigating an incident of alleged racism by a supporter at the match, although they do not say from which side or who the alleged attack was aimed at.
One Spurs fan has posted a video on Twitter claiming that an Everton fan was making racist gestures towards Heung Min Son, but this has not been confirmed by either club.
? | Everton is investigating an alleged incident of racist behaviour by a supporter attending today’s fixture against Tottenham.
Everton strongly condemns any form of racism. Any such behaviour has no place within our stadium, our Club, our community or our game.
— Everton Fan Services (@efc_fanservices) November 3, 2019
— Hairy Macancheese (@macncheese065) November 3, 2019
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