For the 11th round of the Premier League, Tottenham beat Everton at home 2-0, goals from Harry Kane and Hojbjerg
In a match valid for the 11th round of the Premier LeagueO tottenham won the Everton per 2 to 0goals from Harry Kane and Hojbjerg. The confrontation also poses a concern for Tite.. Five minutes into the final stage, Richarlison left the field injured.
You spurs arrived for the confrontation aiming the rival Arsenal, leader of the competition. those commanded by Antonio Conteif they won, they would be one point gunners. already the toffees were looking for a triumph to get closer to the classification zone for European competitions.
Despite Tottenham building more over the first half, Everton had the best chance. At 42 minutes, onana started from midfield, advanced, entered the area and, face to face with lorisfinished out.
In the final stage, after just five minutes, Richarlison left the field injured for the entry of Bissouma. However, the Brazilian’s departure did not discourage the spurs.
In the 13th minute, after suffering a penalty, Harry Kane hit hard, giving no chance to pickford and scored the opening goal.
At 40 minutes into the second half, on a counterattack, Kane found betancur, which crossed. Hojbjerg dominated, fixed and hit placed to close the victory.
With the result, Tottenham added three points and reached the 23occupying the 3rd placing. Everton is in 13thwith 10.
Richarlison leaves injured
With five minutes left in the second half, Richarlison caused concern for the spurs and for Titus. The Brazilian striker fell on the pitch in pain, needed to be attended to by the medical department and left the pitch with a limp.
The two teams return to the field next Wednesday (19) for the Premier League. Tottenham visit Manchester United, at Old Trafford, at 16:15, while Everton heads to St. James Park, at 3:30 pm, face the Newcastle. The matches will be broadcast by ESPN on Star+.
Tottenham 2 x 0 Everton
GOALS: Harry Kane and Hojbjerg (Tottenham)
TOTTENHAM: Loris; Romero (Sánchez), Dier and Ben Davies; Doherty (Spence), Bentancur (Skipp), Hojbjerg and Perisic; Son, Richarlison (Bissouma) and Harry Kane (Lucas Moura). Technician: Antonio Conte.
EVERTON: Pcikford; Coleman (Garner), Tarkowski, Coady, Mykolenko and McNeil; Iwobi, Gueye (Rondon) and Onana; Gray and Maupay (Calvert-Lewin). Technician: Frank Lampard.