A shocking and shocking scene for Everton and Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League yesterday after the injury of Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomez, the terrible midfielder, who underwent successful surgery to treat a broken right ankle.
South Korea's Tottenham striker Sun Hyung-min went into tears of shock not because he was sent off, but from injury.
"He underwent surgery on his right ankle fracture earlier today and the operation was very well done. The 26-year-old is expected to recover fully," Everton said on their website.
Everton did not specify a timetable for his return to the stadiums, but he will recover in hospital before the start of rehabilitation under the supervision of the medical staff of the club.
Everton coach Marco Silva said the club would give all support to Gomez and his family. "He suffered a serious injury but I am 100 percent confident that he will return stronger as a footballer and as a person because he is a wonderful human being."
Due to the crying and collapse of Sun - whom Everton players visited in the dressing rooms to ease his shock - the South Korean was jabbed by the Portuguese before joining the players, and Sun wanted to "take revenge" by hindering him from the back, meaning he intentionally obstructed the Portuguese international, That is why his reaction was exaggerated and unnatural.
The replay showed that Sun had fused with Gomez and did not kick him on his ankle, but the Portuguese lost his balance and his right ankle was broken after hitting the ground, meaning that Sun does not deserve a red card, and this was confirmed by Argentine coach Mauricio Pocetinho, and asked why the mouse did not interfere "In the expulsion.
The Argentine coach has been criticized for talking about his team's loss of two points because of the expulsion of Sun, and considered the safety of Gomez much more than the points of the game, said the Turkish player Tucson, who scored the equalizer for Everton - Gomez. "
Sun appears to have suffered a psychological crisis, so Tottenham offered him psychotherapy.
On Monday, the 27-year-old striker was part of a squad announced by South Korea for two World Cup qualifiers later this month, and coach Paulo Pinto said Sun's national team mates would support him.
"What happened in this match is bad luck," Bento told Yonhap news agency. "It doesn't matter what your nationality is. You don't want to see anyone who is seriously injured, but it's part of the game."
South Korea will meet Lebanon in the World Cup qualifiers on November 14, before Brazil face off in a friendly five days later in Abu Dhabi.