Premier League: Everton draws 0-0 with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday

LIVERPOOL. Everton 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur could not score a single goal.

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LIVERPOOL. Everton 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur didn’t manage to score any goal on Sunday..

The match was held at the Goodison Park Stadium in Liverpool on Sunday and this began at 2:00 pm local time. In the presence of 39,059 spectators.​ The referee was Chris Kavanagh who had the assistance of Daniel Cook and Harry Lennard. The 4th official was Anthony Taylor. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold around 11.1 degrees Celsius or 52.02 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 75%.​

Match Statistics

Tottenham Hotspur was in firm control of the ball 55% while Everton was struggling with a 45% ball possession.

Everton was more aggressive with 54 dangerous attacks and 12 shots of which 2 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Everton to win the match​.

Everton shot 12 times, 2 on target, 10 off target. On the other side, Tottenham Hotspur shot 8 times, 0 on target, 8 off target.

Cards

Everton received 2 yellow cards (F. Delph and Richarlison). On the opposite side, Tottenham Hotspur received 4 yellow cards (S. Reguilon, C. Romero, T. Ndombele and O. Skipp).

(Everton) was sent out after receiving a red card in the (90′).

After playing this match, Everton will have 14 points like Leicester City and Southampton to stay in the 11th place. On the other side, Tottenham Hotspur will have 15 points like Crystal Palace to stay in the 10th place.

Match Events

  • 12'
    12'

    S. Reguilon

  • 26'
    26'

    F. Delph

  • 61'
    61'

    T. Davies

    F. Delph

  • 69'
    69'

    Richarlison

  • 69'
    69'

    C. Romero

  • 71'
    71'

    M. Doherty

    S. Reguilon

  • 72'
    72'

    G. Lo Celso

    Lucas

  • 83'
    83'

    M. Holgate

    Allan

  • 85'
    85'

    T. Ndombele

    Son Heung-Min

  • 87'
    87'

    T. Ndombele

  • 90'
    90'

    M. Holgate

  • 90'
    90'

    J. Gbamin

    D. Gray

  • 90'
    90'

    O. Skipp

Next match

In the upcoming Premier League match, Everton will play away with Manchester City on the 21st of November with a 16-11 head to head record in favor of Manchester City (6 draws).

Tottenham Hotspur will host Leeds United on the 21st of November with a 2-2 head to head.

Everton: Formation and Lineups

Everton started with a 4-4-1-1 line-up (4-4-1-1).

The manager Rafael Benítez Maudes chose to play with the following team: Jordan Pickford (6.7), Séamus Coleman (7.4), Ben Godfrey (7.0), Michael Keane (7.3), Lucas Digne (6.8), Anthony Gordon (6.6), Fabian Delph (7.3), Allan (7.4), Demarai Gray (7.4), Andros Townsend (7.0) and Richarlison (6.3).

Substitutes

Everton made 3 changes: F. Delph for T. Davies (61′), Allan for M. Holgate (83′) and D. Gray for J. Gbamin (90′).

Top player: Séamus Coleman

The player who no doubt impressed Everton the most was Séamus Coleman.

His rating is (7.4) with 57 passes (75% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 10. He performed 1 cross.

Tottenham Hotspur: Formation and Lineups

Tottenham Hotspur started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

On the opposite side, Antonio Conte played with: Hugo Lloris (7.2), Cristian Romero (7.8), Eric Dier (7.2), Ben Davies (7.1), Emerson Royal (7.0), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (7.2), Oliver Skipp (7.2), Sergio Reguilón (6.2), Lucas Moura (6.6), Heung-Min Son (6.5) and Harry Kane (7.0).

Substitutes

Tottenham Hotspur made 3 changes: S. Reguilon for M. Doherty (71′), Lucas for G. Lo Celso (72′) and Son Heung-Min for T. Ndombele (85′).

Top player: Cristian Romero

The player who no doubt impressed Tottenham Hotspur the most was Cristian Romero.

His rating is (7.8) with 59 passes (88% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 8.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premier League

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