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Dramatic! Everton vs Tottenham Finished 2-2

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Match between Everton and Tottenham Hotspur ended in a 2-2 draw. Spurs, who were ahead until near the end of the match, had to be satisfied with one point after Everton scored in injury time.

From Everton vs Tottenham in the continuation of the Premier League, it will be held at Goodison Park, Saturday (3/2/2024) evening WIB. Tottenham took a 2-1 lead in the first half thanks to two goals from Richarlison.

Everton, who was left behind, continued to put pressure on Tottenham in the second half. Their efforts finally paid off in the 90+4 minute through Jarrad Branthwaite’s goal.

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With this result, Tottenham is still stuck in fourth place in the Premier League standings with 44 points. Meanwhile, Everton is in 17th position with 19 points.

The Course of the Match

The Everton vs Tottenham match in the Premier League continued at Goodison Park, Saturday (3/2/2024) evening WIB.

Tottenham were already ahead when the game only entered the fourth minute. Richarlison put Tottenham in the lead after completing Destiny Udogie’s pass.

Udogie released a pass from the left side and Richarlison, who missed the Everton defense, finished with a first-time kick. After scoring a goal against his former team, Richarlison did not celebrate.

Everton immediately responded. Dominic Calvert-Lewin got the opportunity to head in a cross from the right, but it still bounced over the Tottenham goal.

Tottenham threatened again through James Maddison’s shot from outside the penalty box. The ball hit James Tarkowski and only resulted in a corner kick for Tottenham.

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Everton, who was one goal behind, then increased the intensity of their game. The hosts started to put a lot of pressure on.

Everton’s pressure finally paid off in the 30th minute. Jack Harrison scored a goal to equalize the score after taking advantage of a corner kick.

Dwight McNeil’s corner kick created chaos in front of the Tottenham goal. James Tarkowski at the far post headed the ball towards the front of the goal and Calvert-Lewin easily headed the ball into the goal.

Tottenham took the lead again in the 41st minute. Richarlison scored his second goal in this match with a kick from the front of the penalty box after receiving a pass from James Maddison.

Corner kicks were once again Everton’s weapon. The hosts almost scored again through a corner kick, but this time Ben Godfrey’s header was blocked by Vicario.

Entering the second half, the match immediately started at a high tempo. Tottenham threatened through Pedro Porro, but his shot was blocked by Jordan Pickford.

Richarlison almost scored a hat-trick, but his shot was blocked by Pickford. Meanwhile, James Maddison failed to reach the throwing ball.

Everton created a chance in the 87th minute. Lewis Dobbin’s cross from the left was passed by Youssef Chermiti. However, his shot was not too fast and Vicario was able to secure the ball.

Tottenham’s victory which was in sight was shattered in injury time. Everton scored a goal in the 90+4 minute, again maximizing the dead ball.

Everton gets a free kick on the left side. The ball sent into the penalty box was headed by Tottenham defender Romero and Jarrad Branthwaite hit the ball into the goal from close range.

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VAR checked Branthwaite’s goal for potential offside. However, VAR stated there was no offside and the goal remained valid.

Lineup

Everton: Pickford, Godfrey (Coleman 75′), Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Young (Chermiti 80′), McNeil (Dobbin 85′), Garner, Gueye, Harrison, Calvert-Lewin (Beto 85′)

Tottenham Hotspur: Vicar, Porro, Rosemary, Van de Ven, Udogie, Hojberg (Dragusin 89′), Bentancur (Pape Sarr 64′), Johnson (Kulusevski 64′), Maddison (Skipp 86′), Werner (Gil 86′) , Richardson

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