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Everton - Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League - 9 September 2017
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FT: Everton 0-3 Tottenham. It's a convincing win for Tottenham, who dominated throughout and looked a cut above Everton.
Sigurdsson's eyes light up as he the ball is laid off to him by Rooney, but his drive is deflected behind.
Four added minutes.
Alli sees Pickford off his line and curls a long-range shot just wide.
- Yellow cardWayne RooneyEverton
Rooney booked for a wild swipe at Alli.
- OffHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
- OnHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
The brilliant Kane off, Son on.
After back-to-back corners are cleared, Rooney gets on the end of a great Baines cross but heads over.
Everton have their best moment of the half as Baines' cross from the left causes pinball in the Spurs box, but nobody in a blue shirt can divert the ball into the goal and they have to settle for a corner.
This game is firmly in what is known in American sports parlance as garbage time.
- OffIdrissa GueyeEverton
- OnNikola VlasicEverton
Another change. Vlasic comes on for an Everton debut, replacing Gueye.
- OffMoussa SissokoTottenham Hotspur
- OnHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
Sissoko has picked up an injury and can't continue, so Winks takes his place.
Everton have grown into the game in the last few minutes, having more possession of the ball, but it feels like that's only happening because Spurs are allowing it to.
- OffChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
- OnMousa DembéléTottenham Hotspur
The impressive Eriksen departs, with Dembele taking his place.
Lloris miscues a ball out from the back, giving Gueye what looks a little like a brief chance to shoot at an open goal, but the Senegal man is slipping as he gets to the ball and can't hit the target.
Lloris collects an overhit cross and - this may be wrong - but I think that's the first time he's touched the ball this half. Certainly feels that way.
Rooney goes flying into a tackle on Trippier, doesn't get the ball, and bizarrely doesn't get a yellow card either.
It should be 4-0, as Trippier crosses for Sissoko, but the latter heads over when presented with a golden opportunity.
- Yellow cardIdrissa GueyeEverton
Gueye booked for pulling back Eriksen after the Spurs man had brilliant brought a dropping ball under control.
Pickford called into action again, this time by Kane from close range. Everton are under siege right now.
Kane finds Eriksen with a deft chip over the defence and the Dane comes volleys goalwards but is denied by Pickford.
Sissoko plays a one-two down the right and looks to cut the ball back for Kane, but Keane has his wits about him and intercepts.
What now for Everton? This could become ugly very quickly - some would say it is ugly already.
- GoalHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! 3-0, game over. It's simple for Spurs as Kane lays the ball off the Davies, heads towards goal and is unmarked as Davies crosses in so finishes with ease.
- OffSandro RamírezEverton
- OnDominic Calvert-LewinEverton
And we're back underway.
Everton make a double change at the break, with Calvert-Lewin and Davies on for Klaasen and Sandro.
HT: Everton 0-2 Tottenham. Boos from the home fans as the players make their way off the pitch, with SPurs deservingly ahead.
And moments later Everton lose the ball cheaply and Kane drags a shot wide from the edge of the box. That was just as good a chance.
It should be 3-0. Alli waits at the back post, unmarked, and rather than tap it home he tries to shoot with the outside of his boot when the ball arrives and misses it completely.
Two added minutes.
Alderweireld takes the ball round a man and then shoots over from 25 yards out. Spurs looking very confident now, hence their centre-halves taking players on and going for goal.
- GoalChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! 2-0. Alli's cross from the right evades everyone but runs through to Davies, who shoots first time and forces Pickford into a reflex save, but the goalie can't direct the ball away from danger and Eriksen reacts first to double the lead.
Trippier fells Sandro rather cynically but there's no booking, something Williams is no doubt asking about as he engages in a discussion with the referee.
Spurs launch what looks like a lovely counter-attack, with men over, but Sissoko is caught offside.
Some nice passing from Everton creates space for Martina on the right and he crosses towards Rooney, however Alderweireld beats Rooney in the air. That's better from teh hosts though.
That goal was Kane's 100th for Tottenham in all competitions.
Rooney is unable to take down a long ball under pressure but the ball finds its way to Sandro - however his effort is blocked.
Kane almost comes the supplier, finding Sissoko inside the six yard box, but the Frenchman is offside and couldn't beat Pickford anyhow.
GOAL! 1-0 to Spurs! Kane miscues a cross from the right flank and it flies over a surprised Pickford into the net
A poor defensive header from Baines allows Tripper to cross and he almost finds Alli, but Keane is on hand to clear.
Eriksen stands over a Spurs free-kick, left of centre about 30 yards out, but when the time comes to shoot he doesn't clear the wall.
And a good minute for Martina becomes a great one as he makes a last-ditch tackle to deny Eriksen, who had been found by a lovely disguised pass from Dier.
Spurs look to attack through Davies again, although this time Martina blocks his cross.
A poor defensive header from Davis sends the ball straight to Sigurdsson, 20 yards out, but he shoots over having taken the ball down on his chest.
A Davies cross again leads to a great chance, this time directly, as the left-back finds Sissoko 10 yards out but his scuffed shot is block by Williams and Kane ends up slicing wide on the rebound.
- Yellow cardToby AlderweireldTottenham Hotspur
Alderweireld joins Williams in the book after Ramirez nutmegs him then falls over the Belgian's outstretched leg.
A Davies cross from the left is taking down on his chest by Alli, who has an alarming amount of freedom in the box, and he lays the ball back for Eriksen who misses the target but really should do better.
Dier fouls Gueye, taking him out from behind, and the home fans aren't happy at the lack of a yellow card.
Rooney plays a smart one-two with Martina, who lost his marker down the right, but his cross for Ramirez is well defended.
- Yellow cardAshley WilliamsEverton
Williams picks up the game's first booking for tripping Kane having lost a 50-50 duel.
Sanchez is in the middle of Tottenham's back three, and hasn't been tested yet although it's early days still.
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Tottenham kick off.
The two former Southampton managers embrace on the touchline, and we're not far away now. Both teams wearing their traditional colours.
The two sets of players are getting a final talking to from the referee before they enter the pitch.
Harry Kane will be worth keeping a close eye on today. Firstly because it's no longer August, and secondly because should he score it will be his 100th goal for Spurs in all competitions.
Everton haven't won any of their last nine league games against Tottenham, losing four of those matches.
Waye Rooney starts as a No. 10 despite the controversy over his arrest for drink driving. Tottenham hand a full debut to Davinson Sanchez, while deadline day signings Serge Aurier and Fernando Llorente make the bench.
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