Tottenham sent a message to the stricken midfielder after the dreadful incident, tweeting: ‘Everyone at the Club sends their best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery to @aftgomes’, Everyone at the Club sends their best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery to @aftgomes. The, was flagged as possibly false by the social network’s, shows a leg bent at a horrific angle, with blood coming from the bend. #EFC pic.twitter.com/RHuIkOAr8V. This guide explains how. "Son clearly massively upset. In both photos, “Bi53” is written on the foot, and the floor in the background is the same. , it would have been odd for Gomes to change his clothes and shoes before he was treated for the injury. A fact-checker has rated your Facebook or Instagram post as “false”. It's being used to referee the game rather than something in the background to correct the absolute howler," Lineker said. pic.twitter.com/ZOYpM3ylDq, — Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 3, 2019. "I just tried to hold him and speak to him. Referee Martin Atkinson initially showed a yellow card but then produced a red, apparently after a VAR intervention. – Vincent Ng’ethe. Without the injury he wouldn't have been shown a red card," added former Everton and Tottenham striker Gary Lineker who also attacked VAR. This, No, photos don’t show Kenyans protesting outside US embassy in Nairobi, No, only two of these photos show landslides in West Pokot, Kenya, No, photos don’t show people flying through air after Beirut explosion, No, photos of sisters – not ‘before-and-after’ photos of same suspect in Kenya’s youth service scandal, No, photos don’t show human meat on sale in China. In both photos, “Bi53” is written on the foot, and the floor in the background is the same. Son was given a red card after the tackle, which was later overturned. Son was given a red card after the tackle, which was later. Doubt they’d have gone through the trouble of replacing his shoes/socks with other ones,” he wrote. This evidence suggests the injury did not happen during a soccer match. View the original piece on their website", with a link back to this page. "[Gomes] was in shock, his eyes were open so big. Pochettino added: "[VAR] is supposed to be helping the referee but it is creating more confusion.". In an English Premier League football match between Everton and Tottenham Hotspur on 13 November 2019, Everton midfielder André Gomes suffered a fractured dislocation of his right ankle during a tackle by Spurs player Son Heung-min. “This is the reason for Son red card. You can also help identify false information on Facebook. There has been no time frame put on the midfielder’s recovery, but he is unlikely to return to action for the Toffees this season, despite the successful surgery. Son was shown a red card after Gomes collapsed to the ground with what looked like a serious injury to his lower right leg. And when he was injured, Gomes was wearing. This means fewer people will see it. We depend on voluntary donations to run this site. Gomes's injury was not the only talking point from a drab match as VAR again found itself in the spotlight.

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