Son was despatched off throughout Tottenham’s 1-1 draw in opposition to Everton on Sunday by Martin Atkinson following his slide tackle on Andre Gomes that resulted within the Everton midfielder struggling a fracture-dislocation of his proper ankle.
Atkinson had initially regarded to point out Son a yellow card for the problem however subsequently modified it to a red after realising the severity of Gomes’ damage and his resolution was upheld by the VAR official.
After the sport, The Premier League defined that VAR had not intervened in Martin Atkinson’s resolution as Son’s red card was for ‘endangering the safety of a player which happened as a consequence of his initial challenge.’
However, following an attraction from Spurs on Monday, the FA have now overturned the choice.
An announcement learn: ‘Heung-min Son will be available for Tottenham Hotspur FC’s subsequent three home fixtures after an impartial Regulatory Commission upheld a declare of wrongful dismissal.
‘The forward was sent off for serious foul play during the Premier League fixture against Everton FC on Sunday 3 November 2019.’
Son was inconsolable and in tears on the pitch after the seriousness of Gomes’ damage turned obvious and he needed to be escorted down the gamers tunnel by a member of Tottenham’s teaching workers.
Everton captain Seamus Coleman and supervisor Marco Silva have been amongst those that tried to console Son within the dressing room after the match after acknowledging that his problem on Gomes was not malicious.
Dele Alli was fast to defend Son after the sport, labelling his teammate as ‘one of the nicest people you’ve ever met’ whereas Mauricio Pochettino hit out at Atkinson’s resolution to ship him off as ‘really unfair.’
As a results of the suspension being overturned, Son will now be eligible to face Sheffield United on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday adopted by matches in opposition to West Ham and Bournemouth later this month.
Gomes was discharged from Aintree University Hospital earlier as we speak after Everton introduced that his surgical procedure on Monday had gone ‘extremely well’ and that he is predicted to ‘make a full recovery’.