Tottenham led 1-0 before the incident with Dele Alli scoring for the visitor just after the hour mark after Alex Iwobi's mistake led to Son feeding him the pass to score. "We couldn't understand him".
Son's joy soon turned to anguish when he slid on Gomes 12 minutes from time as he had to be consoled by players from both sides when he saw the extent of Gomes's injury.
Pochettino - whose side were denied a first away win in the league since January with a late stoppage time equaliser from Cenk Tosun - blamed VAR for the red card as Son had been initially just booked.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was furious with Heung-min Son's dismissal in their draw with Everton.
The Premier League explained that Son's red card was "for endangering the safety of a player which happened as a outcome of his initial challenge" and the South Korean, who did not mean to hurt Gomes, has been left distraught.
"Son is devastated and in tears - it's not his fault".
"VAR changed the game because it changed the yellow card to red.it is creating a big mess".
"What we can not do now is change the result now because when it happened it was 1-0 to us and playing with 10 men for almost 15-20 minutes was the key to drawing the game". VAR needs to verify if it used to be a contaminated model out from Son and make a choice the action, not what came about after.
'We feel very sorry.
Nobody knows more about the stress of a serious leg injury than Ireland captain Seamus Coleman who suffered a horrific break against Wales back in 2017.
Tosun was quoted by BBC as saying that Everton players "nearly cried" in the dressing room afterwards. We were all confused after the game, I was talking with different people and of course with the referee too.
- Key facts as Delhi chokes in toxic smog
- Trump Proposes Fireside Chat On TV To Read The Ukraine Phone Call
- Motorola's foldable Razr shows off eerily familiar guise in leak
- Remember: Adjust your clocks back at 2 am Sunday morning
- Gomes suffers horror injury as Everton, Spurs draw
- Check out Minkah Fitzpatrick’s 96-yard interception return for Steelers
- Manchester City skipper David Silva set to miss Liverpool clash
- Beto O'Rourke drops out of 2020 presidential race
- McDonald's chief executive out over relationship with employee
- India to continue talks on RCEP trade deal