English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur’s 4-0 win over Everton at Wembley last weekend contained a couple of memorable moments, with their star striker Harry Kane scoring a brace to take the club record with 98 goals (aged just 24), while Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen brought the crowd alive with an astonishing goal that traveled both the length and both sides of the field via all 11 players.
After an overly optimistic lob downfield from Everton, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris stopped it on the edge of the square with his feet before passing the ball off to defender Jan Vertonghen who chipped it to midfielder Victor Wanyama who then fired it to Ben Davies on the left flack before the ball made it across to the other side of the field as the Spurs pushed into Everton’s half.
Serge Aurier sprinted down the right-hand line for a second touch off Harry Kane’s pass before chipping it infield to South Korean star Heung-Min Son, whose chip to past the defender to Dele Alli, who flicked the ball with his back-heel to Eriksen and GOOAAAAAALLLLL!!!
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