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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: PL releases statement on controversial handball, players show support for Gomes, and more

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Everton’s striker conundrum got even more complicated on Sunday with Cenk Tosun’s stoppage time equalizer. With Richarlison now playing up top, Moise Kean struggling to even get on the field, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin putting in some good shifts, all eyes will be on Marco Silva as his team selections will have gotten even harder, not to mention with André Gomes now set to be out for what’s most likely to be the rest of the season.

Everton confirm André Gomes underwent a successful surgery. Get well soon, André! [RBM]

Three thoughts from Saturday’s match. [RBM]

The VAR considered that both Alli and Mina were challenging for the ball in the air and Alli was under pressure from the attacker as the ball struck his hand. In his view it was not a clear and obvious error,” reads a statement from the Premier League on controversial no-call in Sunday's match against Spurs. [Echo]

Players from all over, including current and past Blues, show support for André Gomes. [Daily Mail]

“Everybody is so sad inside. Some players, they nearly cried. André was in shock. His eyes were open so big. He was crying, shouting and screaming. I just tried to hold him and speak to him. I tried to tell him to stay calm. We couldn’t understand him. He was the one who had got the injury,” says Cenk Tosun. [RT]

Tottenham Hotspur F.C. are set to appeal Son Heung-min’s red card. [Sky Sports]

What To Watch

Plenty of UEFA Champions League matches on today.

Full schedule of games here.

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