Jordan Pickford was pressured off with an damage throughout the first half of Everton’s 2-1 defeat to Burnley at Goodison Park.
The goalkeeper had conceded twice to good objectives by Chris Wooden and Dwight McNeil because the Toffees had been shocked by the guests.
The England worldwide tried to battle by means of the ache however needed to come off earlier than the break as Joao Virginia got here on for his debut.
“A blow for Pickford and England, however extra worryingly within the quick time period for Everton,” talkSPORT’s commentator at Goodison Park, Mark Wilson, stated.
Pickford might hardly be blamed, although, as they had been two magnificent efforts by Burnley.
Tom Davies was dispossessed by Josh Brownhill deep inside his personal half and he despatched Dwight McNeil racing down the left to chop a cross again for Chris Wooden to clip house a shot previous the unsighted Pickford.
Dwight McNeil added a second when he skipped previous the deal with of Allan and superior unchallenged to twist an excellent left-footed effort into the highest nook.
Gudmundsson nearly made it three when he hit a put up with a low shot from distance, with Pickford hurting himself within the course of.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin received one again for Everton to make it 2-1 on the break.
It will likely be one other potential damage headache for England boss Gareth Southgate as he noticed striker Patrick Bamford limp off earlier within the day.
Pickford has been the primary selection for Southgate all through his England tenure and he could also be pressured to take a look at different choices for the upcoming worldwide break.
Burnley continued to trigger issues for Everton within the second half with the debut goalkeeper being pressured into making some good saves.
The three factors provides Sean Dyche’s facet a seven level respiration house to the relegation zone.