West Brom manager Slaven Bilic was sent off at halftime by Mike Dean after a heated argument with the referee.
After a decent first half from West Brom, things turned bad for the Baggies as the clock ticked towards half time.
James Rodriguez put Everton ahead with a 1-1 draw in added time before Kieran Gibbs was sent off just two minutes later for violent behavior against Rodriguez.
Bilic clearly felt the red card was very harsh for Gibbs and protested Dean as the players walked down the tunnel.
“Check the foul. Check the foul, ”said Bilic. “And the red card. Kill us next time.
“Go away, go away,” said Dean to Bilic.
“Now it’s done, you could kill us too,” Bilic continued.
At this point, Dean pulled out the red card and showed it to Bilic, although the Croat continued to protest.
“Go away, you’re going away,” Dean continued, pointing to another employee in Bilic’s back room.
“So I can’t talk to you? I can’t talk to you “asked Bilic as Dean went back to the tunnel.
Bilic was forced to view the second half from the press box with a mask and could be excluded from the contact line.
Former referee and BT Sport expert Peter Walton announced on the air that Bilic is not allowed to enter the field under the current restrictions.
“The protocol says that a manager cannot go to a referee on the field,” said Walton.
“He’s not allowed to go on the field. He should wait for a word in the locker room. He cannot go on the field and talk to him. “