Tottenham were in Premier League action on Friday night, traveling to Everton's Goodison Park Stadium for what was expected to be a blockbuster match.
Harry Kane got Tottenham off to a flying start in the game, capitalizing on Michael Keane's bad clearance to put Jose Mourinho's side up 1-0 in the 27th minute.
Everton replied quickly, with Gyifi Sigurdsson scoring from the penalty spot to level the score at halftime.
Both teams played end-to-end football in the second half, with Gylifi Sigurdsson and Harry Kane scoring again in the 62nd and 68th minutes to even the score at 2-2.
The match ultimately ended in a 2-2 draw, with Harry Kane and Gylifi Sigurdsson scoring.
Harry Kane leads the table with 21 goals, two ahead of Mohammed Salah in second position.
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