The Snapshot Special: Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Everton

Ollie Irish

15th, August 2007

3 Comments

Everton piled the pressure on Spurs boss Martin Jol with a 1-3 victory at White Hart Lane. Joleon Lescott headed Everton into an early lead after losing ‘marker’ Anthony Gardner. Gardner returned the favour by exposing Lescott’s slack marking to equalise. A second goal of the season for Leon Osman and a deflected free-kick from Alan Stubbs completed the victory.
The Premier League’s top-of-the-table manager, David Moyes, and bottom-of-the-table manager, Martin Jol, watch the action.
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Anthony Gardner heads an equaliser to give Spurs a brief glimpse of hope.
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Spurs’ Paul Stalteri puts in a slide tackle on Everton’s Mikel Arteta.
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Alan Stubbs celebrates his goal with Mikel Arteta as Pascal Chimbonda (wearing gloves in August, by the way) looks on.
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(Photos by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

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3 Comments

  1. cole says:

    I feel a Manu-esque (remember 95-96) kit-based excuse on the horizon from Jol. All white kit, what were they thinking!!

  2. Col says:

    I have to say i really enjoyed last nights game. Good game of football. Couldn’t believe the Spurs fans booing them off at half time! 2nd game of the season and they weren’t exactly playing badly!

  3. Kipp says:

    It’ll be up to the don to sort this out, for a team lacking creativity they sure have a sh*tload of midfielders