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Everton - Tottenham Hotspur
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FT after extra time - Everton 5-4 Spurs. Bernard's extra-time winner sends Everton into the last eight after Spurs had hit back from 3-1 and 4-3 down. It was a true FA Cup classic and the Toffees' dream of a first major trophy since 1995 is still alive.
One minute added.
Everton do a decent job heading away a left-wing corner. Winks tries a 30-yard volley and gets it all wrong.
STAT: Tottenham have been knocked out in 10 of their past 15 FA Cup ties against fellow Premier League opponents. Will it be 11 out of 16? Everton are so close now.
Kane meets Winks' right-wing cross but he can't generate enough power and sees it drop harmlessly wide.
All hands to the pump for Everton. They are hanging on.
Kane's free kick slams against the wall and Everton just about survive after some pinball in the area. VAR does a quick check on Davies' arm connecting with the ball from the strike. Nothing doing though.
Holgate flies into a tackle on Vinicius 25 yards out after Richarlison was sloppy looking to keep the ball inside his own half.
- OffLucas DigneEverton
- OnMason HolgateEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Digne off, Holgate on.
Whatever happens, this has been something of an FA Cup classic. Almost a goal right at the start of this half. Mina makes a wonderful block to deny Kane before Sigurdsson's powerful strike is parried by Lloris.
- E.T 2nd Half
KICK OFF: Spurs get the second half of ET underway.
HT in ET: Everton 5-4 Spurs.
What do Spurs have left? Can they hit back yet again? They've been 3-1 and 4-3 down and had an answer. What about at 5-4 with tired legs?
- Yellow cardHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
- OffMatt DohertyTottenham Hotspur
- OnMoussa SissokoTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGES: Sissoko and Vinicius on.
What a bonkers match! Everton edge in front yet again.
GOAL! Bernard makes a late dart in-behind to latch on to Sigurdsson's chip over the top and flash a beautiful volley beyond Lloris.
VIDEO: Kane rescues Spurs.
Kane has the first real sight of goal in ET but surprisingly fluffs his lines.
Or a bit of that - come the conclusion of this tie?
Will it be a bit of this?
- OffTanguy N'DombeleTottenham Hotspur
- OnHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGE: Winks on for NDombele.
- E.T 1st Half
KICK OFF! Everton get the first half of ET underway.
FT: Everton 4-4 Spurs. We are heading into extra time.
- Yellow cardHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
Digne and Kane pick up quick-fire cautions as the referee goes card-happy right at the death.
Kane takes aim with a 40-yard free kick but sees his hopeful strike hit a defender and fly to safety.
- Yellow cardRicharlisonEverton
Richarlison booked for pulling back Son.
Five minutes added. Will we have a winner?
Son curls a yard wide from just outside the box.
- Yellow cardDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
Alli booked for throwing himself to the floor. Simulation.
It's looking like extra time - but it's Spurs pushing for a winner in normal time....
Everton thought they had survived when Lamela’s initial attempt was cleared off the line, but Kane was not to be denied his 21st of the season.
- GoalHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! It's incredible! It's 4-4 and Kane gets his goal as he nods in Son's wonderful left-wing cross.
Everton are probing for the fifth. Attack probably is the best form of defence in this rollercoaster game.
- OffLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
- OnDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGE: Lucas Moura off, Dele Alli on.
CLOSE! Keane meets Bernard's super delivery but can only head straight at Lloris.
Olsen punches a left-wing corner straight to Lamela, who can only slide a first-time shot over the bar from just inside the box.
Spurs need to dig deep once again, but you can't rule it out in this tie. It's been a goal-fest - and Kane is on the pitch for the visitors too.
- OffAlex IwobiEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Bernard on for Iwobi.
GOAL! Richarlison thunders in his second of the game from a narrow angle on the left of the area. The Brazilian made a clever run to stay onside and punish Spurs once again.
- Yellow cardYerry MinaEverton
Mina booked for a late clip on Son's ankle.
VIDEO: Davinson at the double.
Everton have responded but Alderweireld and Sanchez have stood up to some intense pressure well. Digne clips a ball back from the byline but Sigurdsson can't keep his audacious volley down.
What a cup tie we are watching here! Everton were two goals to the good, but have been pegged back. Calvert-Lewin is off and Kane is on - advantage Spurs?
- GoalDavinson SánchezTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! All square! Sanchez stabs home from close range after Olsen had parried Alderweireld's header from a left-wing corner.
- OffDominic Calvert-LewinEverton
- OnSeamus ColemanEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: A blow for Everton. Calvert-Lewin goes straight down the tunnel after appearing to hurt his ankle. He's replaced by Coleman which will mean some shifting of personnel.
- OffSteven BergwijnTottenham Hotspur
- OnHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGE: Kane on for Bergwijn.
Not long it seems. Kane is stripped and ready! That was fast.
Kane is warming up for Spurs. How long until Jose turns to him once again?
- Yellow cardGylfi SigurdssonEverton
Sigurdsson booked for fouling Lucas as he set off on another Spurs break.
VIDEO: Lamela's lifeline.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Everton get this cracker of a cup tie back underway.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Everton 3-2 Spurs.
- GoalErik LamelaTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Lamela plays a one-two with Son and benefits from Mina's failure to cut out the return pass before firing a composed finish beyond Olsen.
Three minutes added.
VIDEO: Richarlison makes it 2-1.
That's some comeback from the hosts. They have been second best for much of this half, but are ending it on fire.
- Goal by penaltyGylfi SigurdssonEverton
GOAL! Sigurdsson sends Lloris the wrong way from the spot.
PENALTY TO EVERTON! Alderweireld clips the heel of DCL. VAR checking.... but it is a spot kick.
VIDEO: DCL levels matters!
GOAL! What turnaround! Richarlison rifles a low shot beyond the reach of Lloris from 20 yards out.
That was DCL's 50th Everton goal.
- GoalDominic Calvert-LewinEverton
GOAL! Calvert-Lewin drags the Blues level. The striker's venomous volley is too hot for LLoris to handle after Sigurdsson had flicked the ball into his path.
At the other end, Mina gets above his man but can't guide his header on target.
Alderweireld's header from a right-wing corner hits DCL and loops just over. Spurs work a short routine from the following one and it comes to nothing. The visitors would have been better firing that straight into the mixer given how Everton have defended set pieces so far.
Another flowing Spurs break ends with Son's strike from the right side of the box looping just over via a deflection.
Bergwijn's fizzing shot is straight at Olsen after Son's effort deflected perfectly into the Dutchman's path.
VIDEO: Calvert-Lewin goes close.
Both keepers have made fine saves already tonight, but Olsen has been far busier.
SAVE! Olsen pushes Son's thunderous first-time effort over the bar after a super cross from the right from Doherty.
Everton have slowly grown into this half, but Spurs remain a rapid threat when they decide to counter.
STAT: Tottenham haven't lost back-to-back games with Everton in all competitions since December 2012 - and they haven't been beaten twice by the Toffees in the same season since 1985-86.
CLOSE! Calvert-Lewin spins on to a loose ball in the area and sees his deflected shot touched on to the post by Lloris.
Sanchez makes a super block to deny Richarlison. The ball isn't completely clear and Godfrey tests Lloris with a pile-driver from 30 yards out.
Everton refuse to take the opportunity to clear their lines on the edge of the box and could so easily have been punished. Eventually Son takes aim from 25 yards but sees his low shot smothered by Olsen.
STAT: Everton are hoping to reach the FA Cup quarter-final for the first time since 2015-16. They have lost their past four ties in the competition against fellow Premier League side.
VIDEO: Sanchez heads the opener.
We are back underway. NDombele is wincing on the touchline, but should be okay to continue.
Play has been halted due to an injury to NDombele. He's receiving treatment to his lower back after a collision.
It's been all Tottenham in these early exchanges. Everton are looking to get their foot on the ball, clear their heads and kick-start the tie. Ancelotti will be really disappointed with what he's seen so far.
That is some start from Spurs! Everton don't seem to have left the dressing room yet!
- GoalDavinson SánchezTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Sanchez is given too much room to meet Son's left-wing corner and guide a header into the far corner.
Spurs should be ahead. Lucas Moura drives through the middle and puts Everton under immediate pressure. It's fed wide to Bergwijn who clips a delightful ball into the middle for Lamela. His header is magnificently kept out by Olsen with Lucas Moura somehow lashing the rebound wide.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Spurs get this tie up and running.
This is your five-minute warning and a chance to give a quick recap on the team news: Everton make three changes from the draw at Man United. Yerry Mina, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Alex Iwobi all come in, while James Rodriguez is ruled out. Meanwhile, Spurs make two changes to the team that eased past West Brom. Steven Bergwijn and Matt Doherty come in. Harry Kane is on the bench with Alli.
Less than 24 hours ago, Gareth Bale's Instagram update read: "Good session today."
The following evening - not even in the Spurs squad. The Wales star's Spurs return just isn't going that well, is it?
DID YOU KNOW? This is the first FA Cup meeting between the sides since the 1994-95 semi-final. Everton 4-1 at Elland Road en route to winning the trophy.
Carlo Ancelotti: "I know how Evertonians are desperate to win trophies. I don't know if it is the right time this season but what I can assure is we are doing everything to have a trophy here as soon as possible."
SUPER SON: Son Heung-min has had a hand in 20 goals in 22 FA Cup matches (12 goals, eight assists). That includes an assist from the bench in Spurs' 4-1 triumph at Wycombe in the last round.
Tom Davies: “You can see on the pitch I am starting to find my form and get a real good understanding of the game. I am going to keep doing that [working hard] and it is paying off for me. I am always trying to get better and I want to produce performances of as good a quality as I can. They have been coming along in the past few games and the team is playing better, which helps.”
Robin Olsen: “I knew I would have the competition with Jordan (Pickford) but I have seen if I train well, I will get my chances and if I play well, I will get more chances. Jordan is a really nice guy and to train with a top goalie makes me much better. You should want to improve yourself every day and I feel I am getting better all the time with Everton.”
More from Mourinho on Spurs' various cup hopes: “We have a cup (League Cup final) in the pocket, waiting for us. Normally it’s played now but we play at the end of April. We don’t forget that final but it’s there closed in the pocket and the moment will arrive. The Europa League is a competition where we played already an incredible nine matches and we’re going with everything to the next round to try to progress. And of course, the FA Cup draw is not easy, we play a team with great potential and ambitions in the competition like we have. So let’s go.”
Jose Mourinho on Dele Alli, who is on the bench tonight: “Dele's not injured; he can train with the team. He went through a process of not training and trained with the sports science people and then jumped to team work, which he did on Monday for the first time. Nothing changed, what maybe changed is the speculation around him because in this moment everybody knows that he's a Tottenham player and he doesn't go to any place. So probably the end of the speculation and will be end the questions. He can train and he can try to help the team because this is what we want."
CONFIRMED TEAMS - EVERTON: Olsen, Godfrey, Mina, Keane, Digne, Doucoure, Davies, Sigurdsson, Iwobi, Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin... Subs: Virginia, Tyrer, Holgate, Nkounkou, Bernard, Coleman, Onyango. /// TOTTENHAM: Lloris, Doherty, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies, Hojbjerg, Ndombele, Lamela, Bergwijn, Lucas, Son... Subs: Hart, Dier, Rodon, Tanganga, Winks, Sissoko, Dele, Kane, Vinicius.
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