Loads of Everton fans have been reacting to a pretty worrying injury update, as the Toffees could be without Richarlison when they travel to Stamford Bridge.
Everton visit Chelsea on Sunday, hoping to give the Blues their first loss of the season in any competition.
Maurizio Sarri has completely transformed the club, but Marco Silva certainly isn’t doing too badly on Merseyside either.
The Toffees’ only loss in their last five league matches came at Old Trafford, and some of their attacking play has been truly exceptional.
Richarlison has been at the heart of most of that, but the Brazilian wonderkid now looks likely to miss the Chelsea clash.
The 21 year-old, who has six Premier League goals in nine starts, picked up an ankle injury during the win over Brighton.
He is yet to join full training with the group, which is usually a bad sign on the Friday before a game.
Silva has confirmed he will have another chance to show he is ready on Saturday, but plenty of fans are fearing the worst.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
He will play..poker face from Marco
— Ste (@Swaffles82) November 9, 2018
FFS. He did get a nasty knock against Brighton….. But really do we ever get anything against Chelsea away?! As long as it’s one game….
— Bullensblue (@Bullensblue1) November 8, 2018
Doesn’t need to train Al
— G (@Gudjohnson10) November 8, 2018
Watching the “Unseen bits” on EFCTV the other day it did look like he was hobbling on that ankle he twisted on Sat
— Fozzie (@Michael80434708) November 8, 2018
All good Al, we’ve Oumar.
— Sharpy (@j0sharp) November 8, 2018
So us this if true…….hopefully just resting a small knock ahead of the game as he’s key to us getting something. Don’t fancy our chances of a positive result without him.
— Matt (@africansunset73) November 8, 2018
Sounds like he’s doubtful for Sunday Alan,, fingers crossed ? he is ok for @Everton we need him if we are to have any chance of getting positive result there
— Ronnie Robinson (@Goodisongreats) November 9, 2018
Just our luck.
— Neil BERNARD m (@nismoneil) November 8, 2018
He went over badly on his snkle first half. That would surely have distended the ligaments and weakened the ankle. He also looked to be limping on leaving the stadium. Major bummer if our Brazilian boy is out this Sunday ??
— Alan Kirwin #FBPE (@alankirwin) November 8, 2018
Oh ffs here we go
— Declan (@DeclanMartin16) November 8, 2018
GO TO SOURCE