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Everton vs Tottenham 2021 LIVE!

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Fri, 16 Apr 2021 20:00:00 +0100

Premier League match Everton vs Tottenham 16

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Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report

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Football

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur.

Premier League.

8:00pm, Friday 16th April 2021.

Goodison Park.

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Everton vs Tottenham Everton vs Tottenham

Fri, 16 Apr 2021 20:00:00 +0100

Tottenham's Harry Kane moved clear at the top of this season's Premier League scoring charts, but his two goals were only good enough for a 2-2 draw away to 

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ottenham’s Harry Kane moved clear at the top of this season’s Premier League scoring charts, but his two goals were only good enough for a 2-2 draw away to Everton on Friday – and a late injury will be a real concern for Jose Mourinho.

The England captain opened the scoring in the 27th minute with his 20th League goal of the campaign, but former Spurs player Gylfi Sigurdsson levelled from the penalty spot.

Sigurdsson’s clinical finish gave Everton a 62nd-minute lead as they sought the win to push themselves back into the frame for a European place.

But Kane punished a defensive mistake six minutes later to earn his side a draw.

Worryingly for seventh-placed Tottenham, whose top-four hopes are fading fast, Kane hobbled off in stoppage time with what looked like an ankle injury.

Tottenham have 50 points from 32 games, five behind fourth-placed West Ham, while Everton are eighth with 49 points having played one game fewer.

Follow the action on our LIVE blog with James Robson at Goodison Park!

Jose Mourinho “couldn’t care less” what Paul Pogba thinks about his management style after the Manchester United star criticised the Tottenham coach earlier today.

“I would like to say that I couldn’t care less with what he says, I couldn’t care less,” he told Sky Sports, adding: “Not interested.

At all.”

Well…

Mourinho struggled to hide his feelings over Michael Oliver’s decision to give Everton a first-half penalty when Reguilon was deemed to have fouled Rodriguez inside the area.

“In this moment, so many years and so many experiences in this moment I just laugh or you know this kind of silly smile but I am not going to comment,” the Spurs boss said.

No Tottenham players remonstrated with the referee or called for VAR, but Mourinho insisted: “Because that is the way my team normally is, we are not a team of many complaints.

“I am OK they didn’t complain…

the job is done, the referee made the decision and I am learning this season it is very, very difficult for the VAR to go against the referee’s decision.

“With the same referee against Arsenal, we complain about the penalty and it meant nothing because the penalty is still there.

Probably the players felt the same as I felt when they decided to give the penalty.

Complain for what?”

“Obviously it’s always worrying when you see him limping because he doesn’t fall over easily.

He takes a lot of knocks.

It’s early days to say how bad it is but I’m sure he’s a tough boy so will do what he can to be ready.

“We have to prepare for the cup final as best we can and try to pick up as good results we can to finish strongly.

We owe it to ourselves and the fans.

It’s about pride.”

More from the Spurs boss…

“It is too early to say something.

For him to leave the pitch with a few minutes to go is obviously because he felt something.

“Let me be optimistic and believe that he has time to recover.

Let’s see.“Let me be optimistic and believe it’s nothing serious.

It’s obvious he’s a very important player for us.

I cannot say much or speculate.

Mourinho told Sky Sports: “I think it’s too early to say…

let me be optimistic and believe that he has time to recover.”

Kane looked fairly dejected as he limped off the pitch at the end.

He looked in pain, and he will surely be a big doubt for the Carabao Cup Final at this rate.

The points are shared, but the bigger concern for Spurs will be Harry Kane’s injury ahead of next weekend’s Carabao Cup Final…

Kane limps off and is replaced by Dele Alli.

Concern for Spurs here as Harry Kane needs treatment.

He’s holding his ankle, and replays show he got his ankle caught underneath Richarlison at a corner.

That would be a devastating blow for Spurs.

Concern for Spurs here as Harry Kane needs treatment.

He’s holding his ankle, and replays show he got his ankle caught underneath Richarlison at a corner.

That would be a devastating blow for Spurs.

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– April 16, 2021
Everton vs Tottenham 2021 LIVE!
Tottenham, Everton, Spurs, Harry Kane