Son Heung Min led Tottenham to another needed victory at home against Everton which ended 2-1, MySportDab reports.
Richarlison was also on target as he come back to hunt his former team by scoring one of the goals of the encounter.
Spurs made sure their bounce back to winning streak continued in another emphatic victory which was claimed their home ground.
Full Match Report
Spurs had control of the match from kickoff which saw them making sure they got off very early scoring and pressing all through.
Everton could barely hold on as Richarlison scored a stunner in the 7th minutes which came from a wonderful assist from Brennan Johnson setting up the assist to make it 1-0.
Tottenham wasted no time in doubling their advantage which came in the 18th minutes from club captain Son Heung Min who finished off neatly yo make things 2-0.
There was nothing coming forth for the visiting side who tried to fight back but nothing was working out for them on the pitch despite everything applied.
Tottenham had the control as they finished with a 2-0 lead after 45 minutes of action which took place between them and Everton who had nothing much to contribute.
Both teams had a different scene in the second half which saw the visiting side come in with another approach ensuring they were more cautious.
Everton pushed for a goal back early which almost happened, but things did not just click together as they couldn’t make it count from their end.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a goal in the 51st minutes of the game but Tottenham were lucky enough to see VAR calling back the goal for a foul committed.
Andre Gomes scored in the 82nd minutes of the encounter which saw the player benefiting from a loosed ball before smashing it in to make things 2-1 as they continued.
Tottenham made sure it was yet another three points in the bag as they ended the match beating Everton 2-0 to end the Toffees long run of not losing.
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