THAT’S ALL FROM GOODISON
That was a fantastic game of football rounded off with some amusing comments from Jose Mourinho as usual.
Spurs took the lead through a mistake from Michael Keane when the Everton defender failed to clear his lines enabling Kane to half-volley the ball into the back of the net.
But four minutes later, Reguilon recklessly gave away a penalty after bundling over James Rodriguez in the box.
Sigurdsson stepped up and coolly dispatched from 12-yards-out forcing Hugo Lloris to dive the opposite way putting the Toffee’s level.
And the former Spurs midfielder then got his second of the day 15 minutes after the interval when he expertly guided the ball home from Seamus Coleman’s cross.
Everton were in the ascendancy from that moment on and they could have had a third with more clinical finishing.
But it was Harry Kane who grabbed a brace after poor defending again from Michael Keane and Mason Holgate too.
Not only did Spurs drop two points but their talisman Kane, limped off in injury time which could put him in doubt for their huge Carabao Cup final in nine days.
Thank you for sticking with me people, enjoy your weekend!