Andre Gomes’ well being has been the subject of primary concern following the horrific injury the Portuguese international suffered against Spurs on Sunday.
Thankfully, Everton confirmed yesterday that the surgery to repair a fracture-dislocation to Gomes’ right ankle had been successful and that he is expected to make a full recovery.
The red card shown to Son Heung-min by Martin Atkinson has also been the subject of much debate with many including former Spurs defender Graham Roberts insisting that it was the completely wrong call.
Tottenham have appealed the red card decision and according to a report by The Athletic, there is a good chance that the red card will be overturned in the next few days.
If the decision is not overturned, Son will miss Tottenham’s next three Premier League games against Sheffield United, West Ham, and Bournemouth (FA).
Son is also a doubt for the match against Red Star on Wednesday as the club are said to be concerned about his state of mind following his involvement in the Gomes incident (Football.London).
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Given our recent struggles, we really cannot afford to lose Son for three matches at this moment. So let’s hope the report is true and that his red card does get overturned. It is clear that the South Korean didn’t go in with the intention of hurting Gomes and the Everton midfielder was extremely unlucky in the way he landed.
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