Harry Kane capitalized on two Michael Keane mistakes to earn a hard-fought point for Tottenham at Everton – but Jose Mourinho will sweat his talisman’s fitness as he entered extra time in the 2-2 draw at Goodison Park .
The England captain expertly scored his 20th and 21st goals of the season – canceling Gylfi Sigurdsson’s brace – to reinstate himself as the Premier League’s top scorer.
However, Spurs will now be extremely worried ahead of their Carabao Cup final with Manchester City next weekend as the 28-year-old was substituted in the dying embers of the game after injuring his ankle during the match. a collision with Richarlison.
After a lackluster 25-minute opener, Spurs opened the scoring with their first shot on goal in the 27th minute when Michael Keane missed Tanguy Ndombele’s cross, allowing Kane to control and shoot into the bottom corner.
Tottenham’s lead lasted just four minutes as Everton equalized on the spot.
Sergio Reguilon crashed into James Rodriguez and Gylfi Sigurdsson sent Hugo Lloris the wrong way from 12 meters.
After Spurs had chances to regain their lead, Sigurdsson grabbed his second just past the hour with a nice strike.
Mourinho’s men were opened and Seamus Coleman fell back on the Icelandic who shot into the far corner with a first arrival.
Spurs equalized in the 68th minute as Kane was on hand to shoot at home after more calamities in Everton’s box. Mason Holgate and Keane collided, allowing Kane to strike the house from eight yards.
It was the England captain’s 21st goal of the season and cemented his name atop the Premier League scorecard.
And Mourinho has now provided an update on Kane after he hobbled late into the clash.
Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “It’s too early to tell. For him, leaving the field with a few minutes to play is obviously because he has felt something, but let me be optimistic and believe that he has time to recover.
“Let’s see. Obviously he’s a very important player for us, but I can’t speculate.