Salomon Rondon, Everton’s backup striker An apology after being sent off. By a red card despite being less than four minutes
into the field, Rondon was sent off late in the game during a 2-3 descent from Brentford on Wednesday night. By Frank Lampard had hoped he could help equalize,
but he played just four minutes before lunging into an ugly lunge on Rico Henry on the edge of the line. The referee promptly fired the field and “Taffy” has 9 players left.
Everton striker Salomon Rondon has apologised for his red card during yesterday’s 3-2 defeat. To Brentford and said he is ‘truly sorry’.
Rondon was sent off with two minutes remaining after spending just four minutes on the pitch. For a reckless lunge on Brentford left-back Rico Henry. The Toffees already had Jarrad Branthwaite sent off in controversial circumstances after 18 minutes so Rondon’s challenge reduced his side to nine men for the dying embers of the game. The result leaves Frank Lampard’s side two points clear of the drop zone after yesterday’s results where Leeds drew to Brighton and Burnley lost at Tottenham.
Rondon revealed through his own Instagram. “I will always give my best on the pitch,” he saidand want to help my club, my team-mates and the fans. I tried to do that today. and knew that he didn’t do that in that incident I am truly