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Meet Neil Harrison; the lad who dislocated his shoulder after celebrating Richarlison's goal in the away end at Molineux.
Everton began their Premier League campaign by drawing with Wolves. Marco Silva's side took the lead twice, with the hosts leveling on two occasions to eventually secure a point.
Richarlison bagged both of Everton's goals on Saturday following his £40 million switch from Watford.
In the first-half, he pounced inside the box to hand his team the lead, before doubling his goal tally in the second-half with a tidy finish.
His brilliance sent the traveling fans into a state of euphoria with one particular supporter injuring himself.
Neil dislocated his shoulder after Richarlison's goal and needed medical treatment.
Look what you've done to me @richarlison97 pic.twitter.com/fMR8lfAt7U
- Neil Harrison (@NeilHarrison92) August 11, 2018
Worth every single penny @richarlison97 pic.twitter.com/sgIoSHHjqt
- Neil Harrison (@NeilHarrison92) August 14, 2018
A few days removed from him damaging his shoulder, Neil was invited to Everton's training base where he met Richarlison.
He showed the Brazilian his wounds with the attacking star signing his cast and giving him a signed shirt.
' When you dislocate your elbow in the away end celebrating a @richarlison97 goal...
Hope this helps with the recovery, @neilharrison92! :sweat_smile: pic.twitter.com/6fDRza0Zk5
- Everton (@Everton) August 14, 2018
The 21-year-old also became an instant hero straight after the final whistle.
He won the hearts of many when he gave away his match shirt to a fan in the crowd.
Thaynan Leite Correa was the lucky 9-year-old who now owns the former Watford player's debut shirt. The youngster couldn't contain his emotions seconds later, breaking down in tears of joy.
What a moment.
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