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Everton v Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – live! – The Guardian, Theguardian.com

Everton v Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – live! – The Guardian, Theguardian.com


Full-time: Everton 1-1 Tottenham

Cenk Tosun cancelled out a fine Dele Alli opener – but all thoughts from both teams will be with André Gomes at the final whistle. The Everton midfielder was carried off on a stretcher after sustaining a serious-looking injury. Son Heung-min was sent off for fouling André Gomes, but replays appear to show that the injury was not as a result of that challenge but rather because how the midfielder awkwardly fell. Alli’s opener was timely, in front of the watching Gareth Southgate, who names his England squad on Thursday, but by the end it was a distant memory, after Tosun powered in Digne’s cross to equalize. There was also a long VAR check for a possibleEvertonpenalty after Alli seemingly handled in the box but , after a three-minute delay and numerous checks, play continued.

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101 min:Ryan Sessegnon is on for his Spurs debut, in place of Christian Eriksen. Sessegnon’s first touch? A crucial headed clearance.

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100 min:Ten-man Spurs are suddenly hanging on.

GOAL! Everton 1-1 Tottenham (Tosun, 98)

Evertonare level – and it’s a brilliant goal. Tosun powers home a header, meeting Lucas Digne’s brilliant volleyed, first-time cross. It was a wonderful floating cross into Digne by Yerry Mina, who lost his footing after sending the ball across the field. Digne fired the ball into the box, where Calvert-Lewin and Tosun were both champing at the bit, and Tosun did the rest.

Everton’s Cenk Tosun (C) scores the 1-1 equaliser
Everton’s Cenk Tosun (C) scores the 1-1 equaliser Photograph: Peter Powell / EPA

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( 5 min:) Delph is penalized for a challenge on Lo Celso. Spurs win a free-kick on halfway. Seven minutes to play at Goodison.

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(min:) There will be 12 added minutes.

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86 min:Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin are on forEverton. Tom Davies was withdrawn, while André Gomes was carried off through injury.

84 min:Now is perhaps not the time to address it but replays show Son’s challenge was worthy of a yellow card at most. It appears the way André Gomes awkwardly landed on the turf was why the concern around him was so serious – not the manner of Son’s challenge.

83 min:André Gomes is carried off on a stretcher. Marco Silva’s eyes appear to be watering. That looked a very nasty injury. Goodison rises to its feet as theEvertonmidfielder is carried off. Sky say an ambulance is waiting to take him to hospital.

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Son Heung-min sent off!

80 min:Son Heung-min has been sent off. But the Tottenham forward has to be consoled as he heads down the tunnel. Both sets of players appear very distressed at the injury sustained to André Gomes. Replays suggest the injury to André Gomes was sustained after Son’s challenge, as a result of the way he fell.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min is shown a red card by referee Martin Atkinson.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min is shown a red card by referee Martin Atkinson. Photograph: Carl Recine / Action Images via Reuters

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78 min:There is real concern for André Gomes. Son Heung-min looks absolutely distraught, close to tears. Son’s tackle was not brilliant.

Andre Gomes of Everton is tackled by Son Heung-min.
Andre Gomes of Everton is tackled by Son Heung-min. Photograph: Jan Kruger / Getty Images

Son reacts as Gomes receives treatment on the field.
Son reacts as Gomes receives treatment on the field. Photograph: Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA / Getty Images

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74 min:Giovani Lo Celso replaces Tanguy Ndombele, who had been booked. Tosun replaced Theo Walcott a few minutes ago. The delay for that latest VAR check? More than three minutes. Spiffing … ************ Updated (at 1. 05 PM EST

73 min:“Perhaps VAR should be restricted to (more) objective decisions,” emails Dave Hannah. “Such as offside? The disruptive delays that we are all coming to hate appear to be caused by situations that require subjectivity, and often don’t have a clear right answer. The decision is not improved by involving VAR. As ridiculous as an offside armpit sounds, at least it’s an objective decision. ”It has been a total killjoy, hasn’t it?

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72 min:No penalty.

71 min:A long delay, as the VAR check continues …

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69 min:From the resulting corner, the VAR has flagged up a possible handball . Dele Alli appears to handle the corner, taking the ball away from Yerry Mina. AreEvertonabout to be awarded a penalty? Anthony Taylor is seeking out all angles.

68 min:Gazzaniga is almost beaten! Tom Davies surges through the Spurs midfield, bypassing a sea of ​​white shirts before spraying the ball wide to Walcott, who is lurking on the right flank, as per. Walcott’s low cross is ordinary but it cannons off Ben Davies, and almost catches Gazzaniga cold. Davinson Sánchez seemed worried too, but Spurs get away with it.Evertoncorner …

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66 min:Everton are readying Cenk Tosun. Amid all of the excitement, Tanguy Ndombele went into the book shortly after the goal for a crude challenge on Djibril Sidibé.

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GOAL! Everton 0-1 Tottenham (Alli, 63)

Dele Alli strikes! After Alex Iwobi squanders possession, Son slides in Alli, who drives inside Djibril Sidibé and fires into the corner beyond Pickford. It was a thumping finish and Alli’s celebration packs a punch, too; he holds an index finger over his mouth before going to ground, pretending to be in a deep sleep. Alli basks in the glory, after Spurs break incisively at Goodison.

Dele Alli scores.
Dele Alli scores. Photograph: Peter Powell / EPA

Alli celebrates.
Alli celebrates. Photograph: Nick Potts / PA

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60 min:Richarlison stings Gazzaniga’s gloves! Digne raids down the left and cuts the ball back towards the edge of the box. Davinson Sánchez is sluggish to react and the ball runs into the path of Richarlison, who takes aim first time. His effort is not lacking in power – but it’s relatively close to the Spurs goalkeeper, who gratefully gathers. Sánchez has been at the heart of the action in the last few moments. It was the Spurs defender who Richarlison felt tripped him in the box.

59 min:Richarlison goes down in the box – but there’s nothing doing. Martin Atkinson sprints away, totally uninterested.

58 min:Tottenham’s next opponents are Sheffield United , and both Chris Wilder and Alan Knill are at Goodison to cast their eye over Spurs. Hopefully Wilder has covered his eyes from much of this. It’s been dire from both teams.

55 min:Eriksen sends a gorgeous ball flashing across the six-yard box … but Tottenham cannot get anyone on the end of it. Everton clear. It was an exemplary cross in – but Spurs are still to fashion a shot on target.Evertonhave had just the one.

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54 min:Pochettino is nodding along to the fourth official, who is busy explaining the VAR’s decision not to award a penalty. The Spurs manager seems to be taking it pretty well – but he’s clearly miffed Son did not get the penalty.

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51 min:Seconds after the big screens say: VAR decision: no penalty, Martin Atkinson is informed the incident is being reviewed, for a second time. When the VAR check is checked, play can resume. It’s all a bit farcical. Mina certainly made contact with Son. Whether it was a theatrical fall, only he knows.

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(min:) Son goes down in the box, collapsing to the floor under pressure … but Martin Atkinson is unmoved. Yerry Mina’s trailing leg does appear to make contact with the Spurs winger. The video assistant referee will have a look …

Son Heung-Min is caught by Yerry Mina.
Son Heung-Min is caught by Yerry Mina. Photograph: Michael Regan / Getty Images

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49 min:Lucas Moura is adamant he has earned Spurs a corner but, in fact, Holgate helpsEvertonwin a goal-kick. We go again.

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47 min:Stephen Carr emails back in to confirm, sadly, he is nottheStephen Carr. “I am happy to confirm that I am not football’s Stephen Carr and also that I have been to Peterborough on a number of occasions,” he says. As you can tell, not a lot going on in the second half at Goodison. Other thanEvertonalmost pressing Spurs into trouble, with Serge Aurier getting out of a tight corner.

46 min:Spurs’ Dele Alli gets the second half going.

“This match isn’t just like watching paint dry,”emails Stephen Carr (unconfirmed whether it’s the former Tottenham and Newcastle defender). “It’s like watching beige paint dry. In an abandoned bus stop. In Peterborough. ”Anyway, do dust yourselves off for what will surely be a pulsating second half …

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Half-time: Everton 0-0 Tottenham

It’s not been a classic. Richarlison looks the most likely to do any damage, with theEvertonforward having a couple of efforts repelled . Spurs have not had anything to shout about either.

45 min:There will be two added minutes. Neither Gareth Southgate, up in the posh seats, or indeed anyone else look too excited. It has been a largely dull first half.

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43 min:Richarlison works an opening – but his shot zooms over! He does really well, in fairness. Iwobi plays a simple pass into his path and Richarlison wriggles away from Sanchez, spi nning into a yard of space before getting a shot off. Plenty of endeavor fromEverton, but not an awful lot to show for it.

42 min:Son Heung-min has not had a sniff. He’s had 10 forgettable touches, fewer than anyone else on the pitch, including Both goalkeepers.

41 min:AnotherEvertoncorner, another Lucas Moura clearance.

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39 min:André Gomes is winded as a result of that collision but theEvertonmidfielder is quickly back on to the field.

38 min:Richarlison feeds Iwobi, nudging the ball into the winger’s path way out from goal. Iwobi charges down the left before teeing a cross into the box but Spurs deal with it. It was a fairly aimless pass in the end. André Gomes was cutely blocked off by Sanchez, butEvertonhave no chance of a penalty.

35 min:Lucas Moura lashes the ball away and Eriksen buys Spurs 50 – odd yards of territory, and now (Everton) find themselves on the back foot. A replay shows Yerry Mina needlessly pulled back Dele Alli as Spurs broke forward on the counter. Martin Atkinson is alerted to it and has a curt word with the defender.

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