Tottenham thrash Everton in thrilling encounter

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Tottenham produced an excellent efficiency to brush apart Everton and transfer two factors behind second-placed Manchester Metropolis within the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur confirmed the Premier League title race may not be simply between Liverpool and Metropolis, with a vastly spectacular 6-2 win at Everton on Sunday with Harry Kane and Son Heung-min each scoring twice.

Everton took the lead within the 21st minute when Dominic Calvert-Lewin pulled the ball again to Theo Walcott who turned it previous Hugo Lloris.

After Calvert-Lewin had a header harshly dominated out, Spurs drew degree from an terrible mix-up between Everton keeper Jordan Pickford and defender Kurt Zouma with South Korean Son doing properly from a good angle to twist the ball into the unguarded aim.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs grabbed the lead within the 35th minute when Dele Alli drilled house the ball after Son’s shot was parried by Pickford.

Three minutes earlier than the break, the guests made it Three-1 when a Kieran Trippier free kick flew out off the publish straight to Kane who gleefully transformed.

Christian Eriksen made it 41 within the 48th minute when Kane’s shot was blocked by Seamus Coleman and the Dane confirmed nice approach as he drove the ball previous Pickford from 20 metres out.

Everton responded although, three minutes later, with Gylfi Sigurdsson slicing throughout the sting of the world and reversing a shot into the underside nook.

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Any hope of an Everton revival was short-lived nevertheless as substitute Erik Lamela slipped within the excellent Son who confidently drove previous Pickford to make it 5-2.

The irrepressible Son then created the sixth, together with his completely delivered cross from the left met with a textbook end by the sliding Kane.


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