Richarlison opened the game in the fifth minute and sent Tottenham ahead.
Timo Werner led the attack for the visitors, who were in difficulty despite the early advantage.
Mykolenko and Young were taking the flanks in the first 20 minutes of the game. This caused Tottenham to defend deep and start building up from the back. They started to create advancing in the midfield, but this cost them as leaving spaces behind was not an option…
The delivery in the next minutes was not at the required level as Everton was struggling to find the final touch and the equalizer. They needed something more to bring themselves back into the game.
Harrison found his goal in the 30th minute after a corner kick.
Richarlison caught his brace with style in the 41st, scoring outside the zone. This goal changed the events of this match.
Pedro Porro unleashed one in the 50th, but Pickford made quite a save to deny Tottenham a double advantage…
Tottenham did not advance in the first minutes to avoid the runs of the opponent and tried to risk with Werner and Richarlison.
Richarlison had a chance in the 70th minute but his shot was saved by Jordan Pickford.
Sean Dyche had to intervene and change things and his subs had an effect. Everton changed their game and this was something to start from.
Both managers made their moves but this did not change the result before the stoppage time, despite Chermiti and Beto’s attempts to equalize.
Branthwaite found the goal right before the death and gave Everton a deserved point against Tottenham.
Richarlison 4′, 41′
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80′ Ashley Young-Youssef Chermiti
85’Dominic Calvert Lewin-Beto
85′ Dwight McNeil-Lewis Dobbin
64′ Brennan Johnson-Dejan Kulusevski
64′ Rodrigo Bentancur-Pape Matar Sarr
86′ Timo Werner-Bryan Gil
86′ James Maddison-Oliver Skipp
89′ Pierre-Emile Højbjerg-Radu Drăgușin