Report reveals what Heung Min Son did after leaving Goodison last night

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur forward, Heung Min Son, was visibly distressed after the events at Goodison last night after his challenge resulted in a horror injury to Andre Gomes.

It has since been revealed that the Everton man suffered a broken and dislocated ankle after a combination of Son’s challenge, his foot catching on the turf, and Aurier’s late tackle (Sun).

Gomes was stretchered off and taken straight to hospital, while Son was in tears and barely able to stand when Martin Atkinson gave him a red card, and Aurier was subbed off minutes later.

It has now been reported that Heung Min Son switched his phone off and went straight to his parents’ house after leaving the Everton ground (Sun).

The Athletic add that Son did not want to engage with anyone after the accident.

As we reported earlier, Tottenham will now offer the player psychological counselling after the trauma of last night (Daily Mail).

It remains to be seen whether the red card will be rescinded or how long it will be before Son returns to training.

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  1. As an Everton supporter I want to say all true supporters know this kind of thing happens in football its a risk all players take.
    Son , no genuine Everton supporter blames you for the injury. It could have been you this happened to during the game. Please dont let this affect your football. We all know how good a player you are and would love it if you were in our team. We have admired your performances in the past and hope you will repeat such fantastic performances against your rivals ( especially Liverpool).
    Recover well from the shock but return playing as soon as possible. Your team and the premier league need players like you!

    • Thats a fantastic response and lovely words. You’re a true blue football fan. Im a spurs fan and from me and all sours fans. Thank you. All the best for the season ahead and we all hope andre recovers fully asap. Respect. X

  2. Nice one Les.
    Hopefully hearing the news that Gomes will play again will help. I think seeing his foot facing the wrong way, everyone jumps to the worst conclusion. I was think snapped to be like that, but being dislocated (although still not good) is a lot better. Get well soon Gomes.

  3. Les , thank you
    As a Spurs fan who lived in Liverpool for a few years, I used to go to Goodison Park regularly and had a great time with the fans ( despite my London accent).There is a similarity between our clubs and I think our supporters have similar attitudes. I was horrified to see what happened yesterday and hope that Andre Gomes makes a speedy recovery. Son, Moura and Aurier could all be seen absolutely horrified. There was no malice
    Son seems to be a shining light in the Premier League – he plays with a smile on his face – his devastation is , I am sure genuine. The Everton players who went to console him deserve massive amounts of credit. The Club, its manager and staff all deserve praise. Good to see in some decency in the very cynical world of football


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