TOTTENHAM were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton at Goodison Park.
But the match was overshadowed by a horror injury to Toffees midfielder Andre Gomes and a controversial red card for Son Heung-min.
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JOE HART commented on this snap of Dele Alli.
Alongside three fire emojis, the goalkeeper wrote: “Class Del boy @dele”
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Tough game and frustrating result away from home. Wishing @aftgomes21 a speedy recovery, thoughts and prayers are with you ??
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MAURICIO POCHETTINO'S verdict on the draw against Everton.
The Spurs boss said: “First of all, I want to send my best wishes on behalf of the team and the Club to Andre, his family and everyone because this is a tough moment and we all feel sorry.
“We hope he can be on the pitch again as soon as possible.
“Then, talking about the game, until then, it was always under control.
“We were the better team and we’re disappointed because we didn’t score more goals. After that (the injury and red card), it all changed and at that moment we conceded the goal.”
TOTTENHAM are set to appeal Son Heung-min's red card following the horror injury to Andre Gomes.
The South Korean was sent off by referee Martin Atkinson after his challenge caused the Everton star to suffer a broken and dislocated right ankle.
After the match, Mauricio Pochettino said: “It was clear it was never the intention of Son to create the problem that happened afterwards.
“It is unbelievable to see a red card. In that situation we need to help because the decision of the referee was a yellow card but the VAR changed the decision.
“It is the latest example of it being not clear. VAR needs to check if it was a bad tackle from Son and judge the action, not what happened after.
“I don't know what will happen now (in terms of an appeal). The club will see if it is possible but what we cannot change is what happened after (the incident).”
JAMIE CARRAGHER has slated VAR after Tottenham's clash against Everton.
The pundit told Sky Sports: “I am actually tired of listening to people complaining about it and I have got nothing to come back at them with because the whole point of VAR was to help referees.
“We spend so often in this job talking about decisions by referees.
“We are now spending probably double or triple that time talking about decisions so it hasn't done what it was brought in to do.”
During the 1-1 draw with the Toffees, VAR decided that Dele Alli's hand-ball in Everton's box was accidental.
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