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Tottenham 1-0 Everton, Michael Keane Own Goal Give Spurs Win (Match Highlight)

Tottenham got back to winning ways after their 1-0 victory over Everton in a match which saw Michael Keane concede an own goal, MySportDab reports.

First Half Report

The first 45 minutes was an end to end display of good football which saw one own goal in favour of Tottenham.

Harry Kane got an early breakthrough to go forward and score but he was quickly called back for offside.

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Lucas Moura fails to find the target with a shot from outside the box in the 21st minute of the game.

The goal finally came in the 24th minute as Michael Keane put the ball inside his own net to give Tottenham a 1-0 lead.

The first 45 minutes ended with Spurs taking the advantage as they headed for the break.

Second Half Report

Second half produced no goal as Tottenham went on to defend the one goal lead.

The tempo of the game wasn’t really great with both teams being too careful not to concede.

Everton tried everything possible to pull back level but it was proving too thought for them to get the goal.

Dominic Calvert Lewin went in close but the strike was blocked by the home team who cleared with ease.

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Jose Mourinho’s side continued to control the ball possession with 52% while Everton left with 48%.

Heung-Min Son releases a shot but it was parried by Jordan Pickford as Everton cleared the ball in the 65th minute.

Everton did more pressing in the last stage of the second half with Calvert Lewin hitting target twice.

Both team were unable to score as the match ended 1-0 in favour of Tottenham over Everton.

Watch Highlight Below.

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