Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton: Tottenham met Everton on the 28th day of the Premier League at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The home team looked good in the first half with amazing attacking play. Their counterattacks were outstanding, allowing them to score three goals in the first 45 minutes. They continued their dominance in the second half as well, adding two more goals to their tally. Everton had no answers to Spurs’ reckless attacks.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the game:-
Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton Player Ratings
Hugo Lloris (6/10): Tottenham Hotspurs Lloris was as good as a spectator in the game as there was not a single shot on Spurs’ goal.
Cristian Romero (6.7/10): Romero had a decent game aside from a terrible tackle on Richarlison, who booked him. He picked up an injury early in the second half and was substituted.
Eric Dier (7.7/10): Dier was solid at the back for Spurs. His positioning and awareness were on tone and he made important interceptions.
Ben Davies (7.3/10): Davies had a good game and the Spurs defense managed to hold off a crucial goal.
Matt Doherty (9/10): With two assists, Doherty was the player of the game. He made 4 crucial saves – most of the game.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (7.7/10): Hojbjerg rarely has a bad game. The defensive midfielder made himself felt in the game with his tackles and the distribution of the ball.
Rodrigo Bentancur (7.2/10): Bentancur came into the team from injury, was good in the middle, played passes and won the ball in midfield.
Ryan Sessegnon (6.6/10): Sessegnon had a decent first half at left-back. He picked up an injury at the height of the first half and was substituted.
Dejan Kulusevski (8.8/10): Along with Doherty, Kulusevski also provided two assists. His attacking game on the right flank was decisive for the great result.
Heung Min Son (7.6/10): Son missed a couple of crucial scoring chances, including a 1-on-1 against Pickford that was saved by the Everton goalkeeper. But he scored a goal in the first half to double Spurs’ lead.
Harry Kane (8.9/10): Kane scored twice that night, continuing his excellent form. He scored a direct goal with a calm finish and an outrageous left-footed volley to give Spurs a big result.
Sergio Reguilon (8.2/10): Reguilon was a super sub as he used his touch to score in the game. He was constantly looking for the ball to make an impact.
Davinson Sanchez (7/10): Sanchez replaced the injured Romero and fulfilled the role well.
Steven Bergwijn (6.5/10): Bergwijn didn’t have much to do in the first leg.
Jordan Pickford (3/10): Pickford would want to forget this match as soon as possible. He conceded 5 goals from 7 shots he faced.
Seamus Coleman (4.8/10): Everton’s skipper also had a miserable night. He made a passing error that resulted in a goal.
Mason Holgate (5/10): Spurs forwards were too good for Holgate that day. The entire defense looked helpless.
Michael Keane (4.8/10): Keane had a forgettable match in the back. He scored an own goal to give Spurs the opener. He was substituted at half-time.
Jonjoe Kenny (6.5/10): Kenny had an average game down the left flank as he struggled to defend and move forward.
Abdoulaye Doucoure (7.1/10): Doucoure attempted challenges and played with an intention most Everton players lacked.
Alan (7.3/10): The Brazilian midfielder had a pretty good game, putting the team’s performance aside. He made a couple of tackles with good accuracy.
Donny van de Beek (6.2/10): van de Beek tried to make a difference in the game, but he couldn’t have much possession to create chances.
Richarlison (6/10): Richarlison managed just one shot, which was blocked by Spurs defenders. He had the last ball contacts in the 90 minutes.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (5.6/10): The striker had a mediocre front game as he failed to get a single shot on goal. He was substituted for former Spurs player Alli.
Anthony Gordon (7.6/10): The young right winger gave everything in the game. He captured the ball when not in possession and dribbled well to get past Spurs defenders.
Jarrad Branthwaite (6/10): Branthwaite came on for Keane but Everton’s fortunes stayed the same after his inclusion in the game.
Vitalii Mykolenko (6.5/10): The Ukraine left-back had a decent game for van de Beek.
Dele Alli (6/10): Alli could not influence the match in his previous home country.
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