In the first match of Round 32 of the English Football Championship (PL), Tottenham and Everton, who captain the International Cup, met at the latter’s home and finished 2-2 – Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Everton’s Gilvey scored. Sigurdsson.
|Kane scores the first goal (Photo: AFP)|
The two teams, who were behind each other but wanted one of the top five – that is, the fight for the International Cup – had a good chance of a goal-rich face in advance at Friday night’s clash. In their last 10 matches, they have scored 39 goals, including Tottenham’s 6–2 win and their last game so far in February: Everton’s extra time, 5-4 in the FA Cup.
In that match, Everton’s Icelandic boycott Gilfi Sigurdsson provided three assists and scored a penalty – the latter of which he did tonight as well. Barely four minutes into Tottenham’s lead Harry Kane With one of the most easily scored goals, Everton Sigurdsson Draw with penalty kick sale – let’s add, the more one looks at the way James Rodriguez fought the penalty kick, the less certain he is that the penalty kick was correct.
As for Kane’s goal, by the way, that was his twentieth number in the league this season, making him the fourth player in Premier League history to reach twenty goals in at least five seasons. Company Pictorial: Alan Shearer tops the ranking with seven such seasons, followed by Sergio Aguero (6) and Thierry Henry (5).
The second half brought a goal change similar to the first, but the difference was seven minutes instead of four, and the ranking was reversed, not only between the two teams but also between the two scorers. this time SigurdssonKane was the matter.
First, at the end of a great event, Everton put Iceland well into the bottom right of the fun-related defensive visitors in the 61st minute.
In the 68th minute, the team defense gifted him Harry KaneWith his 21st goal in the league – this time it wasn’t hard to beat the ball in front of him.
With this, the 2-2The end result, which is not really good for either team: none has come close to the required fifth. Tottenham, unbeaten since the three tournaments, remained seventh, Everton, and eighth in the five-man unbeaten PL series of matches.
Angole Premier League
Everton-Tottenham 2-2 (Sigurdsson 31, 61 – first 11, and Ken 27, 68)
Saturday 17 April
13.30: Newcastle United – West Ham United
21.15: Wolverhampton – Sheffield
Sunday, April 18
14.30: Arsenal – Fulham
17.00: Manchester United – Burnley
Monday, April 19
21.00: Leeds United – Liverpool
Tuesday, April 20
21.00: Chelsea – Brighton
Wednesday April 21
21.15: Aston Villa – Manchester City
Thursday, April 22
21.00: Leicester City – West Bromwich Albion
Southampton – Crystal Palace
|1. Manchester City||32||23||5||4||67-23||+44||74|
|2. Manchester United||31||18||9||4||61–34||+27||63|
|4. West Ham||31||16||7||8||51-39||+12||55|
|10. Leeds United||31||14||3||14||49-49||0||45|
|11. Aston Villa||30||13||5||12||43–33||+10||44|
|12. Wolverhampton||31||10||8||13||31-41||– 10||38|
|13. Crystal Palace||31||10||8||13||33-52||– 19||38|
|14. Southampton||31||10||6||15th||39-56||– 17||36|
|15. Brighton and Hove Albion||31||7||12||12||33-38||–5||33|
|16. Burnley||31||8||9||14||25-42||– 17||33|
|17. Newcastle||31||8||8||15th||32-51||– 19||32|
|18. Fulham||32||5||11||16||24-42||– 18||26|
|19. West Bromwich Albion||31||5||9||17||28-59||–31||24|
|20. Sheffield United||31||4||2||25||17-55||–38||14|