Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Rico Henry have said their families were racially abused at Goodison Park during their match against Everton on Sunday.

Toney and Henry both played 90 minutes in the match, which Brentford won 3-2 after twice coming from behind.

After the game, Toney tweeted: “And for the man that racially abused my family Il (sic) do everything I can to get you the punishment you deserve!”

Everton’s official account replied to Toney shortly after, saying: “There is no place in football — or society — for racism.

“We are assisting Merseyside Police to ensure the individual is identified and dealt with appropriately.”

Less than an hour later, Henry then posted: “I never usually speak out on things that don’t physically harm me or my family but to see my mom upset after being racially abused by a few Everton fans brought fire to my stomach!