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A realistic target for Everton – Champions League - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Everton secured a dramatic 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park thanks to two late goals within a couple of minutes of each other.
The result keeps Everton in fourth place ahead of Tottenham and West Brom below them who are on the same number of points. The performance showed many positives Everton will need to maintain if they want to be considered a top four team.
The determination and belief that Everton showed right up until the closing seconds was superb. They have a never say die attitude which worked wonders in this game and gave them all three points when they looked done and dusted after Clint Dempsey’s effort in the 76th minute.
Everton have a manager who is not afraid to take risks. David Moyes took Leon Osman off with ten minutes to go which weakened the Everton midfield but gave them a great ability to move the ball forward quickly which subsequently helped secure the two ...
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David Moyes felt justice was done as Everton came from behind to score twice in the closing two minutes to beat Tottenham 2-1 at Goodison Park.
Trailing to Clint Dempsey's deflected shot on 76 minutes, Steven Pienaar and Nikica Jelavic scored within 88 seconds of each other in added time to stun their north London visitors.
Manager Moyes said: "It is as good a finish as...
Everton scored twice in the last couple of minutes to snatch a well-deserved victory over a Tottenham side who looked to have escaped the Goodison Park fortress with all three points.
Despite dominating, David Moyes' side found themselves trailing to Clint Dempsey's 76th-minute deflected strike.
However, Steven Pienaar headed an 90th-minute equaliser and Nikica Jelavic...