Harry Kane suffered a late injury after scoring twice to rescue a point for Tottenham against Everton in a pulsating encounter at Goodison Park.
Kane was at his clinical best for Mourinho’s men capitalising on two comical errors from Everton’s defence to score his 20th and 21st Premier League goals of the campaign.
In between Kane’s strikes, Gylfi Sigurdsson had put Everton ahead with a superb volley from a Seamus Coleman cross, which Premier League top scorer Harry Kane responded just six minutes later.
What will be a main talking point from the game was the injury suffered by Harry Kane in the closing stages walking off injured with what looked like an ankle injury after a landing awkwardly when jumping to defend a corner late on.
With the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City in nine days, Jose Mourinho will be hoping his talismanic striker will be available for selection for what will be Spurs’ first chance at silverware for over 13 years.
Everton had chances to win what would been a vital three points in their feint hopes of finishing in a Champions League place when Hugo Lloris saved well from Josh King before Richarlison blazed the rebound from 12 yards seconds later.
The result suits neither side in their chase for Champions League football with Tottenham staying seventh five points behind West Ham in fourth who could move eight points in front of their London rivals providing they beat Newcastle on Saturday lunch-time. Everton meanwhile remain in eighth place six points off fourth.
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