Spurs of Ange are denied as Everton steals a draw in injury time.

Ange Postecoglou the Tottenham Hotspur manager on the sidelines during the Premier League match Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 3rd February 2024 (Photo by Conor Molloy/News Images) in Liverpool, United Kingdom on 2/3/2024. (Photo by Conor Molloy/News Images/Sipa USA)

Spurs of Ange are denied as Everton steals a draw in injury time.

Tottenham’s pursuit of the title faced frustration as Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite secured a late 2-2 draw, spoiling Richarlison’s return to Goodison Park, where he scored two goals.

Despite Richarlison’s impressive form, the Toffees’ 21-year-old center-back, Branthwaite,

intervened with a header at the far post in added time, earning a point for Everton.

The result reflected Sean Dyche’s team’s determination and highlighted Tottenham‘s missed

opportunities to seal the victory.

Richarlison, respecting his former fans, refrained from celebrating his goals, scored in the

4th minute and during the match’s early stages.

In the fourth minute of additional time, Branthwaite capitalized on a flicked header by

Cristian Romero from James Garner’s free-kick, securing the equalizer.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s apparent goal was credited to Jack Harrison at the

start of the second half, adding to Everton’s frustrations.

While Everton hasn’t secured a league win since mid-December, the dramatic

draw against Tottenham is expected to boost team morale.

However, a challenging trip to face Manchester City awaits them next.

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