Andre Gomes has suffered a suspected broken leg during Everton's clash with Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.
A distressed Son Heung-min left the pitch in tears after being shown a straight red card for the challenge on the Portuguese midfielder.
Spurs right back Serge Aurier was seen praying on the pitch while the Toffees star received treatment by the club's medical team.
Andre Gomes screams in agony after suffering a suspected leg break on Sunday
No replays were shown of the incident while there was a desperate attempt from players and substitutes to get Gomes immediate attention after the tackle.
Tottenham's coaching staff had to restrain a visibly upset Son, who was sent off by Martin Atkinson.
Initial viewing showed that Son made the initial tackle before Aurier made contact with Gomes while the midfielder was on the ground.?
Jamie Carragher, who was in the commentary box for Sky Sports' coverage of the game, pointed out that Gomes's Everton team-mate Seamus Coleman suffered a similar injury.
He said: 'Coleman suffered something similar a few years ago. He’s probably not come back as quite the same player, those types of injuries are very difficult to come back from.'
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