Everton striker Beto taken to hospital after head clash in Forest win

Beto suffered a nasty head injury during Everton’s game against Nottingham Forest. The incident occurred in added time at Goodison Park after Beto and Morgan Gibbs-White clashed heads.

Beto was taken off on a stretcher and then hospitalized as a result of the injury. Dwight McNeil scored for Everton, securing a 2-0 win against Nottingham Forest.

Head injuries and their treatment have been a concerning topic, with the Beto injury once again drawing attention to the issue. Former player Chris Sutton expressed frustration, noting the severity of the clash and criticizing the handling of such incidents in football.

The match was an otherwise successful afternoon for Everton, with Idrissa Gueye opening the scoring and Dwight McNeil securing the win. However, Nottingham Forest expressed frustration with the referee’s decisions, particularly lamenting three potential penalty decisions that were not given.

The official Forest account criticized the refereeing and indicated that they would consider their options. The victory has put Everton five points clear of 18th-placed Luton Town.

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