Ivan Tony of Brantford celebrates with teammate Sergi Canos

Everton are helping police identify suspects after Brantford Rick Henry and Ivan Toney reported that members of their family were subjected to racial abuse during the 3-2 Bees ’victory at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Henry, who scored the winning goal to keep Everton in danger of relegation, after the game on social media called for an investigation into the incident.

“I usually never talk about things that do no physical harm to me or my family, but when I see my mom upset after racial bullying by a few Everton fans, the fire is in my stomach!” Posted by Henry on Twitter.

“I will do everything for them and everything that is needed for a small minority to be punished! This is unacceptable and should be investigated immediately.”

Tony also tweeted, “For a man who violently abused my family, I will do my best to get the punishment I deserve!”

In response to a tweet, Tony Everton said: “There is no place for racism in football – or society.

“We are helping Merseyside Police to identify and treat the person properly.”

Defeat threatens Everton’s 68-year tenure in the top division.

Frank Lampard’s charges are two points above the relegation zone, and two games remain to be played.

Two points will be enough to save Everton, as Leeds, who have only one match left, is one point behind and has a significantly lower goal difference.

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