Everton’s Seamus Coleman suffered a potentially serious injury during the club’s 2-2 draw with Leicester City. The right-back collided with Boubakary Soumare and landed awkwardly, appearing to twist his knee. Coleman was left in agony and was stretchered from the field of play, having only just returned from a hamstring problem. Everton boss Sean Dyche confirmed he was worried about the right-back, but after a scan, Coleman revealed he has avoided any serious damage. The club captain said he had no ACL damage and would be back soon. Judging by Coleman’s statement, the right-back should play some part in the remainder of the campaign. However, he is likely to miss the upcoming match against Brighton but could return for the Manchester City clash later this month. Meanwhile, talkSPORT’s Jason Cundy criticised Sky Sports’ coverage of the injury, saying the broadcaster could have avoided showing such graphic images.