A fan of Everton is taken by ambulance after bursting the elbow celebrating the goal of Richarlison in Wolves

Everton fan Neil Harrison poked his elbow to celebrate Richarlison's goal against the Wolves

Everton fan with oxygen and taken in an ambulance after dislocating his elbow celebrating Richarlison's goal in Wolves … and then joking with the Brazilian star: "Look what you did to me"

  • A fan of Everton dislocated his elbow and wounded him holding a goal against the Wolves
  • Neil Harrison posted images on social media himself in an ambulance
  • He also joked on Twitter about Richarlison's role in the unfortunate accident
  • Everton and Wolves tied 2-2 at Molineux in the Premier League match

Patrick Boyland for Mailonline

Celebrating a goal is always a memorable event on the weekend of a football fan, but for a particular fan in Molineux on Saturday, Richarlison's second hit for Everton against Wolves was followed by a moment he will never forget.

The fan of Toffees, Neil Harrison, placed graphic images on social networks after leaning out to celebrate the second game of the Brazilian in a 2-2 draw.

He could see him inhaling oxygen in an ambulance in one image, while the other showed his dislocated elbow right after the accident.

Everton fan Neil Harrison poked his elbow to celebrate Richarlison's goal against the Wolves

Everton fan Neil Harrison poked his elbow to celebrate Richarlison's goal against the Wolves

The mayordomos took him to an ambulance after injuring himself in a hand-to-hand combat

The mayordomos took him to an ambulance after injuring himself in a hand-to-hand combat

The mayordomos took him to an ambulance after injuring himself in a hand-to-hand combat

Harrison (pictured) then posted a new hospital update with his arm in a sling

Harrison (pictured) then posted a new hospital update with his arm in a sling

Harrison (pictured) then posted a new hospital update with his arm in a sling

The Everton fans in Molineux had piled up at the opposite end after Richarlison's effort in the 67th minute, with some rows ending in front of where they were originally sitting.

Harrison, who fell in the fight, was spotted by stadium delegates and quickly taken away to receive medical attention from paramedics.

And despite the test, the Everton fan even managed to share a joke about this in a Twitter post.

& # 39; Look what you've done to me @ richarlison97! & # 39; he wrote.

Summer signing of £ 44 million Richarlison (front) scored twice in the draw in the Black Country

Summer signing of £ 44 million Richarlison (front) scored twice in the draw in the Black Country

Summer signing of £ 44 million Richarlison (front) scored twice in the draw in the Black Country

With a £ 44 million contract in the summer of Watford, Richarlison gave Marco Silva's men the lead in the 17th minute against the newly promoted team.

Captain Phil Jagielka was sent off for a foul on Diogo Jota, with Wolves midfielder Rubén Neves equalizing the free-kick.

Richarlison attacked again just after the hour, only to see Mexican forward Raúl Jiménez restore equality again for the hosts 10 minutes before the end.

Everton and his new big money firm will look to build on the point when they face Southampton next in Goodison on August 18.

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