On Friday, Everton and Spurs were held to a 2-2 draw at Goodison Park. Everton wanted to improve their league standing after a scoreless draw against Brighton & Hove Albion in their previous match. Spurs were hoping to increase their winning streak after back-to-back victories against Fulham and Burnley. As the table looks today, Everton are in 8th place, with 49 points from 32 matches, while Spurs sit in 7th, with 50 points from 32.
The first half of the game started well for Spurs, thanks to Harry Kane giving The Lilywhites the lead in the 27th minute. However, their celebrations were kept brief, as Gylfi Sigurdsson equalised for The Toffees at the 31 minute mark, to take a 1-1 lead into half time.
Everton took the initiative in the second half, with Gylfi Sigurdsson finding the net again at the 62 minute mark. In the end though, their lead was short lived, as Harry Kane equalised for Spurs, 68 minutes in, leaving the final score at 2-2.
For Everton, Seamus Coleman and Joshua King, came on for Tanguy Ndombele, Sergio Reguilon and Harry Kane. Spurs brought on Erik Lamela, Lucas Moura and Dele Alli for Tanguy Ndombele, Sergio Reguilon and Harry Kane.
There were bookings for Tom Davies from Everton, and Pierre Hojbjerg, for Spurs.
Everton will next travel to Arsenal, while Spurs will face Sheffield United at home.
|Everton:||Hugo Lloris, Toby Alderweireld, Joe Rodon, Eric Dier, Serge Aurier, Tanguy Ndombele, Moussa Sissoko, Pierre Hojbjerg, Sergio Reguilon, Heung Min Son and Harry Kane|
|Tottenham Hotspur:||Jordan Pickford, Mason Holgate, Michael Keane, Ben Godfrey, Lucas Digne, James Rodriguez, Alex Iwobi, Tom Davies, Allan, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Richarlison|
|Goals:||Harry Kane (0-1, min. 27), Gylfi Sigurdsson (1-1, min. 31), Gylfi Sigurdsson (2-1, min. 62) and Harry Kane (2-2, min. 68)|