- Heung-min Son's red card during Tottenham's 1-1 draw against Everton has been overturned by the English FA
- Gomes suffered a fracture dislocation of his right ankle as a result of the incident, forcing referee Martin Atkinson to send off Son
- Tottenham, however, appealed the decision, with the Premier League initially accusing the South Korean of "endangering the safety of a player"
Heung-Min Son can finally breath a sigh of relief after his red card for a challenge on Everton's Andre Gomes being reversed.
Son was handed marching orders following his tackle that resulted in Andre Gomes' horrific ankle injury on Sunday, November 3.
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With Spurs leading 1-0 courtesy of Dele Alli's strike in the 63rd minute, Gomes fell awkwardly into Sergie Aurier after the mistimed sliding tackle from Son.
The clash left Gomes in excruciating pain, with subsequent reports indicating the seemingly innocuous challenge led to the Everton player suffering a fracture dislocation of his right ankle.
Son was initially adjudged to have fouled Gomes and referee Martin Atkinson was left with no choice but to send off the South Korean.
The Premier League would later confirm the South Korean was sent off for "endangering the safety of a player which happened as a consequence of his initial challenge."
Tottenham, however, appealed the decision and will now have their star-man back after an independent panel overturning the red card.
As such, Son will be available for his side's next three Premier League matches against Sheffield United, West Ham and Bournemouth.
The Danish striker in his new book, Book Sides, revealed Wenger prevented him from joining Crystal Palace in 2013 at the 11th hour.
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