White Hart Lane
6/07/2020 8:00 pm
Referee: Graham Scott
|Keane (og 24)|
|Lucas Moura||82||Andre Gomes|
Following on from the deeply disappointing defeat to Sheffield United last week, Tottenham Hotspur were back in action this evening as we welcomed Everton to White Hart Lane.
Manager Jose Mourinho was joined by the fans in wanting to see a reaction and we did get one.
We were the better side in the opening 45 minutes and created the better chances, but it took an own goal in the 24th minute to get us underway as we hadn’t had a shot on target. The only other major point in the game at this stage was the bizarre altercation between a ranting Lloris and Sonny – so it’ll be interesting to see what that was about.
The second half was much the same as the first, but Sonny and Lloris had made up over the break and we continued to be the better side, but with no real reward when it came to extending our lead.
Everton certainly finished the stronger as they threw the kitchen sink at us, but 1-0 was how it finished and all three points lift us back into eighth place.
It wasn’t a classic and it wasn’t really that inspiring, but Spurs were worthy of the win and it notched up Jose’s 200th PL win.
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Unused Spurs Subs:
Sanchez, Gazzaniga, Ndombele, Skipp, Gedson Fernandes, Cirkin.
Unused Everton Subs:
Baines, Stekelenburg, Branthwaite, Baningime.