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Everton loanee Joe Williams ‘ate’ Ben Pearson’s eyebrow during Preston 2 – Bolton 2

Everton’s Joe Williams ‘eats’ Ben Pearson’s eyebrow

It’s been a few days since the Preston vs Bolton match in the Championship.

The match made headlines for a mass brawl at the end of the game.

Preston midfielder Ben Pearson was sent off for his part in the melee. Pearson was dismissed for pressing heads with Bolton’s Joe Williams.

As for Williams, who is on loan from Everton, he was booked too.

But should Williams have been sent off?

Preston fans have taken to social media this week to reveal that Everton’s Williams ‘ate’ Ben Pearson’s eyebrow during the confrontation.

Will the FA apply retrospective action against the Bolton loanee?

Preston 2 – Bolton 2

Bolton are eighth while Preston are 19th following their 2-2 draw last weekend.

Preston will feel they threw the match away after they scored twice in the opening 16 minutes. Callum Robinson opened in the 11th, while Alan Browne doubled the lead in the 16th minute. But Bolton hit back swiftly.

Sammy Ameobi found the target in the 38th, while Pawel Olkowski levelled the match five minutes before the break.

Watch the official match highlights below.

Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior also a victim of biting

Switching focus to Spain, Brazilian starlet Vinicius Junior was also involved in a biting incident last weekend.

Playing in the mini Madrid derby against Atletico B, Vinicius Junior was the victim of an attack from Atletico captain Tachi.

In a moment of madness, Tachi wrapped his teeth around Vinicius Junior’s head.

Also see: Everton’s Cenk Tosun ‘punched in the face’ by Huddersfield’s Terence Kongolo.

Bad news for Theo Walcott after Everton 1 – Huddersfield 1.

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