Tottenham Kicked Out Of FA CUP By Everton After 5-4 Shoreline At Goodison Park.
By willymbugus254 | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 2 views
The Hot Spurs had a tough experience after the magical match that saw them kicked out of the FA CUP by Everton after a 5-4 full time score.
Tottenham took lead at the 7th minute before everton equalized and added a good to lead in a 2-1 margin before adding a third one which saw the hot Spurs replying making it 3-2 before the halftime show.
The kick and take continued until the 90th minutes with both teams scoring 4 goals each. The match continued to extra time which only took Everton nine minutes to kick back and made it 5-4 which eventually ended the same.
Everton now joined their counterparts Manchester city who earlier enjoyed a comfortable 1-3 win at liberty stadium with Walker scoring on his return.
Leicester as well won in a 1-0 slight win to Join United who secured a quarter final chance a day before.
In case of anything, this could be a season to remember as it could see Manchester city play against Manchester United making it a forth derby in a single season.
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