Tottenham 2-0 Everton: Lennon great-finish, Ekotto superb-strike
Tottenham Hotspur managed to beat Everton by a score of 2-0. These three points make the Lilywhites to match the acquisition value of Manchester United in the standings.
In the action at White Hart Lane on Wednesday (01/11/2012), Spurs, scored a goal through Aaron Lennon and Benoit Assou-Ekotto
This victory does not change the position of the Spurs in the Premier League ranks third with 45 points from 20 matches. But the points they are equal with Manchester United in second place and only lost on goal difference.
Meanwhile, Everton remain stuck in 13th place with 24 points.
Two minutes walk game Louis Saha had threatened goalkeeper Brad Friedel. Unfortunately his shot was wide of the target.
Spurs and Everton each subsequent sale of the attack but no one is able to meet targets, and eventually resolved the deadlock in the 35th minute.
Was Lennon who scored his goal and carry the Spurs winning 1-0. Getting feedback from Assou-Ekotto, Lennon then do a solo run past several players and Everton, before the finish with a horizontal kick to the goalkeeper Howard.
Ten minutes after the restart Gareth Bale had the opportunity through hard kick from the left side, but still able to be pushed over Howard.
But on 63 minutes Howard was unable to stem the Assou-Ekotto hard kick from 30 yards that nestled in a landslide on the net. From the replay, the ball had hit the thigh Tim Cahill.
On 82 minutes Everton staged a protest to the referee after Royston Drenthe was dropped Youness Kaboul in the penalty box. Unfortunately the referee did not move and ignore the protests of the visitors.
Tottenham: Friedel, Walker, Kaboul, Dawson, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon (Pienaar 78 '), Livermore, Modric, Bale, Van der Vaart, Adebayor (Pavlyuchenko 87').
Everton: Howard, Neville, Heitinga, Distin (Duffy 59 '), Baines, Donovan, Bilyaletdinov, Cahill, Fellaini, Anichebe (Drenthe 68'), Saha