Everton’s match against Nottingham Forest is paused for nearly 10 minutes after Beto and Morgan Gibbs-White involved in accidental clash of heads… with the Everton forward leaving on a stretcher

Everton’s Premier League game agaisnt Nottingham Forest was paused in injury time after Beto and Morgan Gibbs-White suffered a nasty accidental clash of heads. 

The game was paused for over four minutes, with both players receiving treatment on the pitch. 

Gibbs-White subsequently rose to his feet and appeared to walk off the field to receive more treatment. 

But Beto, who seemed to stay on the floor for much longer following the collision, was subsequently taken from the field on a stretcher. 

Despite the concerning scenes, the 26-year-old, who was seen receiving oxygen, lifted his thumb up to the Everton fans inside Goodison Park, as he was taken from the field. Gibbs-White, meanwhile, remained on the pitch. 

Youseff Chermiti came on to replace the Everton forward, with the Toffees having taken a two-goal lead in the match thanks to Idrissa Gueye and Dwight McNeil’s long-range strikes.

More to follow… 

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