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But on the other hand, Everton coach Frank Lampard has a huge fight on his hands to keep the Toffees in the top-flight. Tonight’s performance was abject in every sense of the word – with the game effectively over even before half-time. There is not much time for Lampard to experiment or try out something new. He needs to safeguard the Premier League status of one of England’s traditional teams.
Tottenham Hotspurs bid to reach the UEFA Champions League next season has been given a boost, courtesy of a 5-0 thrashing of Everton at the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium. Manager Antonio Conte will be delighted with his side’s total dominance and would only hope for more consistent displays from the team.
FULL-TIME: Tottenham Hotspurs 5-0 Everton
Harry Kane’s strike sees him equal Frenchman Thierry Henry in sixth position for the most number of goals in the Premier League with 175. Thumbs up!!!
55′ MIN: What a hit! Harry Kane shows good composure inside the box to fire a first-time shot into the bottom right corner. This is turning into a nightmare for the Toffees.
GOOAAALLLL!!! Tottenham Hotspurs 5-0 Everton (H. Kane)
46′ MIN: Dejan Kulusevski shows great vision to find Sergio Reguilon with a cheeky pass inside the box, and his first-time shot is precise and sails into the bottom left corner.
GOOOAAALLL!!! Tottenham Hotspurs 4-0 Everton (S. Reguilon)
SECOND HALF UNDERWAY!!!
HALF-TIME: Tottenham Hotspurs 3-0 Everton
37′ MIN: Harry Kane makes a great solo run and pulls the trigger from inside the box, beating Jordan Pickford with a strike into the bottom left corner.
GOOOAAALLL!!! Tottenham Hotspurs 3-0 Everton (H. Kane)
17′ MIN: Heung-Min Son receives a killer pass, finds himself one-on-one with the goalkeeper and coolly sends the ball into the back of the net.
GOOAALLL!!! Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0 Everton (S. Heung-Min)
14′ MIN: An unfortunate own goal is conceded by Everton defender Michael Keane who attempted to block the ball after a cross, but instead he sends it inside the left post of his own goal.
GOOAAALLL!!! Tottenham Hotspurs 1-0 Everton (M. Keane)
KICK-OFF: Tottenham Hotspurs 0-0 Everton
Meanwhile, Everton shot-stopper Jordan Pickford is set to make his 200th Premier League appearance tonight. Massive congratulations!
As for Everton, coach Frank Lampard has made six alterations from the side that defeated lower league opposition Boreham Wood 2-0 in the last-16 of the FA Cup last time out. The good news for the Toffees is the return of striker Dominic Calvert Lewin to the Starting XI.
Spurs boss Antonio Conte has made just a solitary change from the side that crashed out to Championship side Middlesborough in the FA Cup last time out.
Both teams are in desperate need of the points tonight as they chase their respective goals and ambitions. Spurs are eyeing a Top Four finish which will guarantee them a UEFA Champions League spot for next season, while Everton are hoping to get a positive result in order to beat the drop.
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