Who Was Man Of The Match? Allan
Antonio Conte’s first premier league game ended in a goalless stalemate, as the game between Everton and Spurs at Goodison Park ended 0-0.
After a gritty game with little quality, Lloris sprinted out to Richarlison on 64 minutes and pulled the Everton striker down. The penalty was first given by referee Chris Kavanagh, but VAR intervened with a review that suggested Lloris had a hand on the ball.
Both sides created a couple chances but were not clinical enough to snatch the winner. Allan however was on top of his game, winning the midfield battle and for that, he’s today’s Man of the Match.
Mason Holgate’s sending off in injury time was the second key event in what was a tough watch on the eye, missing goals, and action.
Tottenham’s first league clean sheet in more than two months, as the Londoners drew for the first time this season, will provide some comfort for Conte, who was named manager on Tuesday.
Tottenham are in the ninth position with 16 points from 11 games going into the international break, with Everton a point behind them after ending a run of three consecutive league defeats.
Let’s check out Allan’s MOTM worthy stats:
Minutes played: 90
Pass accuracy %: 85.4
Cross completion: 1(1)
Key Passes: 3
Aerial duels won: 1