Header Ads

Tottenham Hotspur Vs Everton 3-2 — Stats

Tottenham Hotspur Vs Everton

Tottenham took the best on Everton (3-2) after a very open match. Harry Kane again scored twice.

27th day of Premier League
Tottenham-Everton: 3-2
Goals: Kane (20th, 56th), Alli (92nd); Lukaku (81st), E. Valencia (93rd)

Where would Tottenham be today without his star striker Harry Kane? Certainly not in second place in the Premier League standings. The English international striker keeps picking up the goals. Of the last four championship games played, he put six, including two this afternoon in the top-of-the-table duel against Everton. A double more than precious since it allows the Londoners to return to seven Chelsea points and continue to believe in the title.

The duel between Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku

Kane did not do as well as last week when he put a hat-trick in a half time against Stoke City. But, it would not have been a surprise since after twenty minutes of play, he had already undermined Robles, the keeper of the Toffees. Served 20 meters from the goal, he resisted the charge of a defender and then placed a low shot to the ground that could only finish at the bottom. A goal that has done good to the Spurs, who could then aspire their opponents and play against them as they like to do.

Everton tried to react, but was for a long time helpless against a London rear-guard hard to move. The visitors have been struggling in front of, and also behind as on this Robles mistake, which culminated in Kane's second goal. Opportunist, the latter did not miss the offering and signed with great composure his 19th goal of the season. By ensuring the break, Tottenham was a little relaxed towards the end. That cost him two goals, but Dele Alli had the good idea in the meantime to add a third to ensure the success of his own. Like Kane, he keeps on impressing. In only 59 games played in the English elite, he was involved in 35 goals of his team.
Powered by Blogger.