BBC, “Tottenham, have you forgotten how to play football?”

Tottenham drew with a team in the relegation zone at the end of the match.

Tottenham drew 1-1 with Everton in the 29th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England on the 4th at 4 am (Korean time). Tottenham, who had been leading 1-0 until the 90th minute, conceded an equalizer in extra time, leaving a ‘draw but not fought’ game.

British public broadcaster ‘BBC’ reviewed the match and sarcastically said, “One team forgot how to play soccer, and the other team doesn’t seem to know how to play soccer.” Both teams were criticized for playing soccer that was not like soccer. It was such a low level game.

Both teams made mistakes. Even a basic pass did not follow. Even if one team continued to attack, the other team quickly lost the right to attack. This pattern repeated throughout the game. There are very few cases that lead to meaningful attack chances.

Tottenham even had a numerical advantage. In the 13th minute of the second half, Everton midfielder Abdoulaye Ducoure hit Harry Kane in the face and was sent off. 10 minutes later, Tottenham got a penalty kick (PK). Kane scored the opening goal as a PK kicker. A series of udang tangtang.

Son Heung-min, who started the match, failed to leave a noticeable performance and was replaced by Lucas Moura in the 37th minute of the second half. Moura left the pitch six minutes after being put in. He received a red card for stepping on Michael Keane’s ankle. Soon after, in the 45th minute of the second half, Michael Keane opened the Tottenham goal with a mid-range shot. 메이저놀이터

Before kick-off, Tottenham’s ranking was 5th. If they had won that day, they could have risen to 3rd place, but they ended up in 4th place due to an empty draw. For reference, 4th place Tottenham played 2 more games than 3rd place Newcastle and 5th place Manchester United. There is a possibility that it will go down at any time.

Everton were 18th in the relegation zone. However, with a dramatic draw, they took one point and rose to 15th place. The 40,000 spectators seated at Goodison Park expressed their joy with loud cheers.

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