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White Hart Lane (ATT 36,192) 7th April 2013 - Kick off 14:05 Ref: A Marriner

Tottenham Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton Everton

Tottenham 2

E Adebayor (1)
G Sigurdsson (87)


Everton 2

P Jagielka (15)
K Mirallas (53)

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  1. The full-time whistle goes and it has finished 2-2 at White Hart Lane following a topsy-turvy encounter. Adebayor broke the deadlock for Tottenham but Everton hit back through Jagielka and a spectacular Mirallas goal, only for Sigurdsson to equalise late on.

  2. 90+3

    Tottenham win a late corner and White Hart Lane holds its breath, but Everton hold firm.

  3. 90+2

    It is end to end stuff here as Adebayor is thwarted by a sea of bodies in the Everton area and the visitors then break, with Jelavic denied by Lloris.

  4. 90

    Four minutes of stoppage time have been signalled so there is plenty of time for a final twist, with Carroll now on for Parker.

  5. 89

    Tottenham's fans are roaring their team on now but it is Everton who have the first chance to grab the next goal as Lloris rushes off his line to narrow the angle on Anichebe and make a great save from the striker.

  6. 87

    GOAL! Sigurdsson equalises for Tottenham to set up a thrilling finale. Walker set up the chance with a great run down the right before cutting the ball back for Adebayor, who stayed composed and struck the post from 12 yards. The rebound fell kindly for Sigurdsson to tuck the ball away from close range.

  7. 86

    Naismith comes on to replace Mirallas for the final few minutes.

  8. 84

    Dempsey is booked for taking a tumble on the edge of the Everton area, with Baines and Distin making it quite clear they had not attempted to tackle him.

  9. 83

    Anichebe slams a powerful shot over the crossbar from 20 yards as Everton threaten on the break.

  10. 82

    Sigurdsson steps up to take the set-piece but his cross is comfortably held by Howard.

  11. 81

    Mirallas becomes the first player to be shown a yellow card following a foul on Parker, giving Spurs another free-kick in a promising area.

  12. 80

    Adebayor rushes through the middle and sees a shot saved by the feet of Howard, but the flag is already up for offside.

  13. 78

    Holtby swings over a cross from the right which Howard does well to gather before Sigurdsson can latch on to it.

  14. 77

    Tottenham win a free-kick just outside the area near the byline, but the Everton defence does its job once again.

  15. 75

    Villas-Boas decides to make his first change of the day and it is a surprising move, as Dembele is replaced by Huddlestone. The Spurs fans make their feelings quite clear with a chorus of boos.

  16. 74

    Patient build-up here from Tottenham as Everton sit back and soak up the pressure.

  17. 73

    Adebayor has worked hard all afternoon and he embarks on another lively run here, but there are just too many blue shirts in front of him and Baines boots the ball to safety.

  18. 71

    Spurs set off on a counter-attack but they are lacking their usual sharpness up front as Sigurdsson's final ball is too heavy for Adebayor and Howard rushes off his line to gather.

  19. 70

    Anichebe shrugs off Dawson and decides to goal for goal rather than play in Jelavic. He scuffs his shot but it takes a slight deflection to earn Everton a corner.

  20. 68

    It is very one-dimensional from Tottenham at the moment, with long-range shot after long-range shot. Howard saves well from Adebayor, before Dempsey curls one wide from 25 yards.

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