Match Review, Tottenham vs Everton

Tottenham 2-2 Everton
Adebayor 1′. Jagielka 15′
Sigurdsson 87′. Mirallas 57′

Not the best of results, would have loved three points, but with all of our injuries, a point against a great team in Everton is a bonus. We went 1-0 up through a rare Adebayor goal, and we thought that it was going to be a good day, but we let it slip unfortunately and we had to claw it back, Sigurdsson scored late on to grab us a point. It was a decent performance, but we missed our best players, when Lennon, Bale and Defoe are all out, it isn’t the greatest of situations. Everton performed well, and probably deserved the point because of the way they fought back after an early set back.

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Emmanuel Adebayor was awesome today, finally put in a performance worthy of wearing the Spurs shirt, great goal, and he held the ball up well, really good, lets hope he can continue this form. Kyle Walker had a good game, his best for a while, and this is because of his ability to get forward when Lennon doesn’t play. Gylfi Sigurdsson was great, his crossing wasn’t great but he was always working hard and tackling well, played really well. Tom Huddlestone made a cameo performance and really played well, his passing was sublime and he looked really good, hope he has more of a role to play for the rest of the season as Parker isn’t looking good. Our next game is against Basel away from home, time to save the tie! COYS!!

My player ratings for the team that faced Everton at White Hart Lane:
Lloris – 8
Walker – 8
Dawson – 7
Caulker – 7
Vertonghen – 7
Dembele – 8
Parker – 5
Holtby – 6
Dempsey – 4
Adebayor – 8 Man of the Match
Sigurdsson – 8

Subs:
Huddlestone – 8
Carroll – 7