Tottenham dropped victory in the match “2 red cards”

It was thought that the new coach Cristian Stellini would have won the first “official” match to lead Tottenham after Spurs were played better and led the goal thanks to Harry Kane, but only a few minutes at the end of the game, everything changed too quickly. It was Spurs’ turn to lose men and then concede a goal after the life-long masterpiece of a centre-back.

Final result Everton vs Tottenham (1-1)

Score: Keane (90′) – Kane (68′ pen)

Red card: Doucoure (Everton, 58′); Lucas Moura (Tottenham, 88′)

After the draw against Southampton in the 28th round of the Premier League, Tottenham decided to sack coach Antonio Conte. Spurs had no other choice because the Italian military leader had lost control in the dressing room as well as openly criticized the entire team from the leadership to the students.

In the immediate future, the team is temporarily assigned to Cristian Stellini, the former assistant of coach Conte and used to directly lead Tottenham on the pitch when the “old boss” had to be treated for an illness not long ago. From now until the end of the 2022/23 season, Spurs have only one goal to compete for tickets to the European Cups next season.

In this April, Tottenham will have to play a total of 6 matches, 4 of which are extremely important because they all face direct competitors (Newcastle, Man Utd, Brighton and Liverpool). In fact, the North London team played well under Cristian Stellini. Specifically, the 3 matches that this military leader took over instead of Conte, Tottenham won all: Man City (1-0), West Ham (2-0) and Chelsea (2-0).

In the first “official” match as Spurs captain, coach Stellini had 3 personnel adjustments compared to the last game under Conte’s old reign (drawing Southampton 3-3), but still kept the three-center playing system. guard. Accordingly, goalkeeper Lloris has recovered from injury to return to the wooden frame in place of Forster. While Ben Davies and Richarlison are absent for the same reason (injury). To replace them is Ivan Perisic and Kulusevski.

The turning point of the match (Doucoure received a red card for punching Harry Kane)

In the second minute, the score was almost opened when Iwobi pushed the ball just in range for Gray to make a cut to the A corner, but the ball narrowly missed the goal. It was indeed a harbinger of an exciting round. Not long after, the opportunity accidentally came to Harry Kane in the middle of the penalty area and the English striker turned to finish when Pickford was disoriented. Fortunately for the home team, Michael Keane was present, blocking the ball right in front of the goal line.

The same central defender immediately stepped up to participate in the attack and had a situation to shoot the ball like a real striker close to the 16m50 line, only the ball flew over the crossbar. In the 16th minute, Perisic crossed the ball well from the left and Kane bounced up and shook his head, sending the ball wide of the post in the helplessness of England’s No. 1 goalkeeper.

The second half of the first half was less attractive when the two sides no longer created many dangerous opportunities and of course in such a match the scoreboard could not be changed. The situation in the second half did not change until Doucoure got angry and “attacked” Harry Kane right on the field after a dispute in the 58th minute and the referee could do nothing but draw a red card for the second half. for the home team’s midfielder.

It was Kane who opened the scoring from the 11m mark

Playing more than people, of course, there is no team that does not rise up to attack, especially when looking for a goal and Tottenham only takes less than 10 minutes to get what they need. In the 66th minute, Keane clearly fouled Romero in the area of ​​16m50 and the referee did not need to “VAR touch” to have enough grounds to point his finger at the 11m mark. None other than Harry Kane took charge of the penalty kick and he succeeded, bringing his Premier League goal record this season to 22.

It was Everton’s turn to have to risk attacking even though there were only 10 people left on the field because they were simply being led. Goalkeeper Lloris and the white shirt defense had to work quite hard to protect the net. The last minutes became even more stressful for Tottenham because they also lost people because of the penalty card. New arrival Lucas Moura was soon called out by the referee after a dangerous tackle with Michael Keane.

Quite interesting when it was the English midfielder who brought Everton a spectacular equalizer. Right in the 90th minute, Keane led the ball out of Skipp’s block and then launched a classy kick from about 20m. slamming the ball into the net in Lloris’s utter helplessness because it was simply too difficult.

Michael Keane brought the equalizer 1-1 for Everton

So Spurs dropped the win unfortunately. Although they are still in the Top 4 after this match, the difference that “Rooster” has is only an extra difference while they still play 2 more matches than Newcastle and MU.


EVERTON XI (4-5-1):  Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman (Mykolenko 77′), Michael Keane, James Tarkowski, Ben Godfrey; Alex Iwobi, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Idrissa Gueye (Garner 84′), Amadou Onana (Tom Davies 83′), Dwight McNeil; Demarai Gray (Simms 77′).

TOTTENHAM XI (3-4-2-1): Hugo Lloris; Cristian Romero, Eric Dier, Clement Lenglet (Davinson Sanchez 77′); Pedro Porro, Oliver Skipp, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Ivan Perisic; Dejan Kulusevski, Son Heung-Min (Lucas Moura 82′); Harry Kane.

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