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  • Everton 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Defoe missed penalty

    Excellent two-goal game to one hour, and have a chance to win in the last minute through penalty kicks, Tottenham Hotspur to be satisfied with a draw at Goodison Park.

    Two goals of successful replies made Everton in the last 12 minutes, plus Jermain Defoe failure in executing a penalty for Spurs, made a game-ending 2-2 as strong, Sunday (6/12/2009).

    These results also failed to make Spurs Arsenal moved third in the ranking Premiership standings and remained at number four with a value of 27, one point adrift of the north London rivals. Everton are close to the relegation zone in the sequence of 15 to 16 digits.

    Harry Redknapp farm team play better when facing Everton, but they turn round to score. In the second minute in the second half, Defoe managed to break through Tim Howard's goal when forward Aaron Lennon cross.

    They reproduce through a diving header position of defender Michael Dawson, utilizing the heat in the opposite penalty box that starts the moment football corner.

    Everton, who was hit by player crisis storm, difficulty to put pressure on Spurs replies. However, great efforts substitute Seamus Coleman paved the way for Lous Saha to score first replies in 78 minutes, and Tim Cahill equalized in the 86th minute.

    On 90 minutes Spurs awarded a penalty after Wilson Palacios Tony Hibbert was dropped in the penalty box. But the execution is weak and Defoe on Howard's legs before quickly driven out of these dangerous areas.

    In the other match this evening, thin Fulham 1-0 win over Sunderland at Craven Cottage. Goals are merely puppets created by Bobby Zamora in the seventh minute, which makes Fulham climbed to rank eighth championship.

    Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Baines, Yobo (Coleman 15), Neill, Bilyaletdinov, Cahill, Pienaar, Fellaini, Rodwell (Yakubu 62), Jo (Saha 62)

    Tottenham: Gomes, Bassong, Dawson, Corluka, Assou-Ekotto (Bale 46), Huddlestone, Lennon, Palacios (Hutton 90 +4), Kranjcar (Jenas 88), Crouch, Defoe


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