John McGinn taken off in Aston Villa's clash with Everton as fans claim he was 'dazed and concussed'

JOHN MCGINN was subbed in Aston Villa’s clash with Everton amid concern from fans he was “concussed”.

The Scotland international appeared to take a knock to the face midway through the first-half as Villa welcomed Everton to Villa Park.

McGinn played on before being replaced by Zimbabwe’s Marvelous Nakamba on 39 minutes with the score at 0-0.

Fans took to social media to question whether the 26-year-old should have been taken off sooner, with some claiming he was "concussed".

User ‘Dion_Leadbetter’ wrote on Twitter: “Not sure how it’s taken Villa so long to take John McGinn off there, obviously not there with the concussion”

‘RJAK67’ added: “John McGinn has genuinely just played 30 odd minutes of football concussed.”

And ‘Daniel_Baines04’ added: “Why on earth was John McGinn allowed to continue? He should've been taken off immediately.”

Fans from both sides wished McGinn well after he started brightly, going close with a curling strike from 25 yards out.

‘WesleyBoyle5’ wrote: Such a shame for John McGinn! He’s been looking so good recently. Going to be a huge miss for the remainder of this game.”

Everton fan ‘TonyHibberto’ added: “Hope John McGinn is ok, glad he could go off.”

User ‘17menzies17’ wrote on Twitter: “The Premier League needs to look into John McGinn injury as he just played 30 minutes of the match concussed.”

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