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Everton return to Premier League action on Sunday against Fulham on home soil. Tottenham travel to take on Manchester City on Sunday in their next outing.

An incredible game ends and it’s Everton that advance to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup courtesy of a 5-4 victory over Tottenham after extra-time. Bernard netted the decisive strike after the sides shared eight goals in normal time. Richarlison and Davinson Sanchez both scored braces for their respective teams, while there were also goals for Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Erik Lamela and Harry Kane in an enthralling 90 minutes. However, Bernard rose to the occasion with a crisp finish to send the Toffees into the last eight for the first time in five years.

120′ + 2′ FULL-TIME: EVERTON 5-4 TOTTENHAM (AET)

120′ + 1′ Davies battles with Vincius and wins a free-kick for the Toffees. That should see the home side over the line.

120′ There will be one minute of added time.

120′ Spurs win a corner on the left flank that is repelled by Keane. Winks latches on to the clearance on the edge of the box, only to drag his strike wide of the target.

118′ WIDE! Kane fends off the challenge of Mina in the box to connect with Winks’ cross, but he glances his header wide of the left post.

117′ It’s all hands on deck for Everton at the back as the home side do just enough to repel Son’s cross from the left flank.

116′ Sissoko angles a cross deep to the back post for Son, but Holgate is well positioned to head behind for a corner.

115′ Mourinho has seen his team concede five goals in a game for the first time since January 2015, when his Chelsea side were beaten 5-3 by Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs in the Premier League.

114′ BLOCK! Kane lines up a strike at goal, but he smashes his effort straight into the wall. The ball pinballs around the box, but Coleman clears the danger into touch.

113′ Richarlison loses possession and Vinicius capitalises. Holgate slides in with a strong challenge, but he fouls the striker on the edge of the box. Spurs have a free-kick in a dangerous spot.

112′ Kane wins a free-kick on the left flank, but the delivery from Son is directed back to Olsen by the head of Holgate.

110′ Winks tries to twist and turn on the edge of the box, but Doucoure brushes him off the ball to prevent another Spurs attack from building momentum.

108′ CLOSE! Sigurdsson whips a free-kick into the box from the left flank for the hosts. Keane attacks the cross and directs his header downwards towards goal, but it just drifts past the left post.

M. Holgate

L. Digne

Everton

107′ Digne is withdrawn for Holgate at the back.

106′ END-TO-END CHANCES! Mina throws his body in the way of Kane’s strike to deny the Tottenham forward. The Toffees break on the counter through Sigurdsson and he surges all the way into the final third before shooting. Lloris has to act to beat his effort away.

106′ We’re underway again at Goodison Park.

Everton are 15 minutes away from the quarter-finals of the FA Cup courtesy of Bernard’s strike. Spurs need yet another equaliser to force penalties. An enthralling second half of extra-time awaits.

105′ + 2′ HALF-TIME EXTRA-TIME: EVERTON 5-4 TOTTENHAM

105′ + 2′ Sigurdsson lines up a strike from the edge of the box on the half-volley, only to guide his effort over the bar.

105′ There will be two minutes of added time.

105′ The Toffees hold their ground at two corner from Son to clear the danger. Ancelotti will be breathing a sigh of relief on the touchline.

104′ Alli blasts the ball off the legs of Davies to win a corner. Everton have struggled from set-pieces this evening.

102′ Momentum in the game has swung one way then the other. There’s plenty of time left in this contest for Spurs to find a leveller.

H. Winks

Yellow Card

Tottenham Hotspur

100′ Winks brings down Bernard on the charge on the left flank and goes into the book.

M. Sissoko

M. Doherty

Tottenham Hotspur

99′ Doherty is withdrawn for Sissoko on the right flank.

Carlos Vinícius

E. Lamela

Tottenham Hotspur

98′ Vinicius replaces Lamela in the final third for the visitors.

G. Sigurðsson

Assist

Everton

97′ Sigurdsson delivers a perfect flick over the top for the run of Bernard, who finishes the move with a fine strike.

Bernard

Goal

Everton

97′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! BERNARD PRODUCES A SUBLIME FINISH!!!! 5-4 EVERTON!! The scoring continues into extra-time as Bernard scores a cracker. Sigurdsson starts the move with a sensational flick over the top of the Spurs defence into the left inside channel. Bernard times his run to perfection before blasting his effort past Lloris.

95′ SAVE! Kane has a glorious chance to put Spurs ahead, but he slips as he strikes at goal from the left inside channel and his tame effort is saved by Olsen.

94′ Doucoure offloads to Bernard in space, but the winger sees his strike deflected into the hands of Lloris.

93′ Coleman flicks the ball to Richarlison, who sends a cross into the box. Lloris eases the pressure on his defence by claiming the cross.

91′ We’re back underway at Goodison Park.

H. Winks

T. Ndombèlé

Tottenham Hotspur

Winks replaces Ndombele for the visitors.

A thrilling contest heads into extra-time. Harry Kane’s header from close range saved Tottenham from defeat after Richarlison appeared to have sent Everton through to the quarter-finals. It will take at least another 30 minutes to decide the tie.

90′ + 6′ END OF 90 MINUTES: EVERTON 4-4 TOTTENHAM

90′ + 6′ Richarlison rises to clear the cross from Son and the referee ends normal time.

90′ + 6′ Davies sees his cross deflected behind for a corner by Coleman. Tottenham have one final chance to notch a winner in normal time.

L. Digne

Yellow Card

Everton

90′ + 3′ Digne holds back Kane as he tries to surge upfield and goes into the book.

H. Kane

Yellow Card

Tottenham Hotspur

90′ + 3′ Kane is booked for a sliding challenge on Davies to stop an Everton counter.

90′ + 2′ Kane goes for a blast from at least 35 yards, but can only hammer his effort straight into the wall.

Richarlison

Yellow Card

Everton

90′ + 2′ Richarlison pulls back Son and he goes into the book.

90′ There will be five minutes of added time.

90′ Son bends a strike towards goal from distance, but he sends his effort harmlessly wide of the right post.

D. Alli

Yellow Card

Tottenham Hotspur

88′ Alli goes into the book for diving in the box. There was no contact from Doucoure as he threw himself to the ground.

87′ In the 981st match of his managerial career, this is the first time a Mourinho side has both scored and conceded at least four goals in a single game.

85′ OVER! Kane lines up an ambitious strike from distance, only to blast his effort well over the bar. Not the best attempt from the England skipper.

Son Heung-Min

Assist

Tottenham Hotspur

83′ Son surges down the left flank and delivers a perfect cross for Kane to convert.

H. Kane

Goal

Tottenham Hotspur

83′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! KANE HEADS HOME!!!! 4-4!!!!! TOTTENHAM LEVEL THE SCORES!!!! Spurs are level with seven minutes to play as Kane converts with a diving header. Everton fail to clear their lines from a set-piece after another flap from Olsen. Doucoure clears off the line from Lamela, but the visitors keep the attack alive. Son weaves his way down the left flank and sends a low cross to the back post. Kane is predatory and dispatches his header into the net.

83′ Spurs string back-to-back corners together down the left flank to apply pressure on the Everton goal.

81′ Richarlison goes down under pressure from Sanchez in the box, but the referee waves play on. 

79′ Lamela finds space down the left flank and he fires a dangerous low ball into the box. Keane is alert and clears the danger from the six-yard area.

D. Alli

Lucas Moura

Tottenham Hotspur

77′ Alli replaces Moura for the final 13 minutes of the game.

76′ CHANCE! Keane has to score. Bernard whips a perfect cross in from the right flank for an unmarked Keane in the middle. However, the defender can only direct his header straight at Lloris.

74′ OVER! Olsen flaps at a corner from Son and sends his clearance straight to Lamela. The Argentine slips as he strikes his effort towards goal and it travels over the bar.

72′ A side managed by Mourinho has conceded at least four times in a game for just the sixth time, and the first time in a cup match since Chelsea’s 2-4 defeat to Bradford City in January 2015.

Bernard

A. Iwobi

Everton

70′ Bernard replaces Iwobi for the home side in the final third.

G. Sigurðsson

Assist

Everton

68′ Sigurdsson sends a perfect pass into the left inside channel for Richarlison to collect and score.

Richarlison

Goal

Everton

68′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! RICHARLISON PUTS EVERTON BACK IN FRONT!!!! 4-3!!! This incredible game takes another turn as the Brazilian notches his second goal. Sigurdsson sends an offload into the left inside channel and Richarlison wheels off the back of Sanchez. He holds his composure to fire across Lloris from a tight angle to find the bottom-right corner. A super finish.

67′ Lamela floats the resulting free-kick into the box, but he sends his cross straight down the throat of Olsen.

Y. Mina

Yellow Card

Everton

66′ Mina catches Son on the ankle and goes into the book.

65′ Kane tries to turn to fire at goal from Moura’s offload in the box. Doucoure not one but twice denies the forward the space he needs to get his effort on target.

63′ OVER! Digne clips a cross into the path of Sigurdsson on the edge of the box. The Icelander pulls the trigger on a volley towards goal, only to slice his effort over the top.

61′ Sigurdsson and Coleman combine down the right flank, but the cross from the Irishman towards Iwobi is cleared by Doherty.

60′ BLOCK! Digne cuts an offload inside for Sigurdsson to strike at goal, but his effort is blocked by the boot of Alderweireld.

D. Sánchez

Goal

Tottenham Hotspur

57′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! SANCHEZ LEVELS THE SCORES!!!! 3-3!!! The visitors are back in the game as Sanchez notches his second of the night. Alderweireld rises highest in the box from Son’s corner and he flicks a header towards goal. Olsen makes the save, but Sanchez reacts first to the rebound and slots his effort home into an empty net.

56′ Son raids down the left flank and he fires a low ball towards the near post. Godfrey has to be alert to steer it behind for a corner.

S. Coleman

D. Calvert-Lewin

Everton

55′ Coleman replaces the injured Calvert-Lewin. Richarlison will push into the middle of the attack, while Doucoure will shift forward. The Irishman looks to be slotting into a defensive midfield role.

54′ A concern for Everton as Calvert-Lewin is down clutching his knee. He makes his way off the field with the physio. 

H. Kane

S. Bergwijn

Tottenham Hotspur

53′ Kane replaces Bergwijn in the final third for the visitors.

52′ Doucoure finds space in the right inside channel and has Calvert-Lewin in support, but he fails to pick out the forward with his cutback as Davies makes the interception.

50′ Spurs are readying Kane to arrive from the bench. The visitors are looking to get back on level terms quickly.

48′ This is the first time Mourinho has seen his side concede three first-half goals in a game since Manchester United away at Brighton in August 2018.

G. Sigurðsson

Yellow Card

Everton

47′ Sigurdsson pulls back Moura on the charge and goes into the book. The midfielder takes one for the team there.

46′ Iwobi angles a dangerous cross into the box from the right flank, but Doherty is well positioned to head clear for the visitors.

46′ We’re back underway at Goodison Park.

It has been an open game to say the least. Spurs could have been out of sight, but wasted their opportunities and Everton capitalised. However, Lamela’s strike in stoppage time has left the game in the balance. The second half could be a thriller.

An incredible half of football ends with Everton holding a 3-2 lead over Tottenham at the break in their FA Cup clash. Davinson Sanchez put the visitors ahead in the third minute and they were seemingly in control. However, three goals in the space of seven minutes from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson sent Everton into a storming lead. There was time for one more strike before the interval as Erik Lamela brought Spurs back into the contest.

45′ + 4′ HALF-TIME: EVERTON 3-2 TOTTENHAM

E. Lamela

Goal

Tottenham Hotspur

45′ + 3′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! LAMELA GETS A GOAL BACK BEFORE THE BREAK!!!!! 3-2!!! Spurs respond to give themselves a lift before half-time. Lamela plays a one-two with Son, and the offload travels through Mina after the defender fails to make the interception. Lamela seizes on the opportunity and blasts a strike past Olsen from the left inside channel. Game on.

45′ There will be three minutes of added time.

45′ Sanchez makes a terrible mistake at the back and allows Richarlison to make an interception. Lloris saves his team-mate by clearing ahead of the Brazilian before he can take possession.

G. Sigurðsson

Penalty Goal

Everton

43′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!! SIGURDSSON CONVERTS!!! 3-1!!!! Everton enjoy incredible spell of football, storming into a 3-1 lead as Sigurdsson scores from 12 yards. The midfielder is composed from the spot as he fakes out Lloris before placing his strike into the bottom-right corner.

42′ PENALTY TO EVERTON! Calvert-Lewin is tripped in the box by Hojbjerg as he tries to latch on to Sigurdsson’s pass and the referee points to the spot.

40′ Calvert-Lewin has scored his 50th goal in all competitions for Everton (159th app), with 26 of his goals for the Toffees coming under Carlo Ancelotti.

D. Calvert-Lewin

Assist

Everton

38′ Calvert-Lewin works an offload towards Richarlison, who does the rest with a sublime strike.

Richarlison

Goal

Everton

38′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! EVERTON COMPLETE THE COMEBACK!!!!! RICHARLISON SCORES!!! 2-1!!!! The Toffees take the lead through a fine strike from the Brazilian. Richarlison has work to do after taking possession on the edge of the box. He places a powerful effort through the legs of Alderweireld and it travels beyond the reach of Lloris into the bottom-left corner.

G. Sigurðsson

Assist

Everton

36′ Hojbjerg loses possession and Sigurdsson offloads to Calvert-Lewin to finish with power.

D. Calvert-Lewin

Goal

Everton

36′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! CALVERT-LEWIN POWERS HOME AN EQUALISER!!!! 1-1!!! The home side are back in the game as Calvert-Lewin smashes his strike through Lloris. Hojbjerg gives possession away and Sigurdsson offloads into the path of Calvert-Lewin. The forward needs no invitation to blast an effort at goal on the half-volley. The power on his effort is too much for Lloris, who can only palm it into the back of the net.

35′ WIDE! Everton battle back and win a corner of their own. Richarlison curls a cross into the path of Mina, but he powers his header wide of the right post.

33′ Aldeweireld rises highest from the resulting corner from Son, but his header deflects off Calvert-Lewin and behind for another corner.

32′ OVER! Spurs break on another counter through Bergwijn. He finds Son in space on the edge of the box, who fires at goal. Keane throws his body in the way of the effort and deflects the ball just over the bar.

31′ SAVE! Moura feeds Son, who sees his snap-shot blocked. However, it rebounds into the feet of Bergwijn. He drills a low strike at goal, but Olsen is in the right place to make the stop.

30′ Spurs break on the counter through Ndombele and he feeds Lamela in the final third. The Argentine has options, but he plays his offload behind Bergwijn, which allows the home side to flood men back and quell the attack.

28′ CHANCE! Lamela is afforded space and time to line up a strike from distance. He angles a strike towards the bottom-left corner, but Olsen gets down to claim the ball.

26′ SAVE! Olsen keeps his side in the contest with a super stop to deny Son. Doherty feeds a low ball into the box for the South Korean to attack. He fires with power on his right foot at goal, but the Everton keeper turns it over the bar.

25′ Hojbjerg tries to send Moura into space down the left flank, but Godfrey is alert to make the interception.

23′ Doherty finds space down the right, but Digne comes across to close off room for a cross and the Spurs’ attack peters out.

21′ The game has been an open contest and both teams are playing good football. Spurs have taken their chance, but Everton will feel that they are more than in the game.

19′ OFF THE POST! Calvert-Lewin latches on to a deflected cross at the back post. He stabs a strike towards goal from close range, but Lloris reacts to turn it against the post and behind for a corner.

17′ BLOCK & SAVE! Sanchez has to be alert to deny Richarlison as he strikes at goal following a lay-off from Sigurdsson, but the Colombian produces a block on the slide. Everton recycle possession before Godfrey fires low towards the bottom-right corner from distance, only to be denied by a sharp save from Lloris.

15′ Since the beginning of last season there have been 11 goals scored by Colombians for Premier League sides, with eight of those coming at Goodison Park (James Rodriguez x4, Mina x3, Sanchez x1).

13′ Spurs probe once again on the edge of the Everton box. Son lines up a left-footed drive at goal, only to see his effort saved by Olsen.

11′ Son leads a break forward into the Everton half before offloading to Lamela. He cuts back in the right inside channel, but cannot find space to shoot. The Argentine finds Ndombele, but his pass for Bergwijn travels behind for a goal-kick.

9′ Ndombele is moving gingerly as he walks to the sideline. The midfielder might be able to tough it out this evening.

8′ Ndombele gets a sore one in a challenge with Davies and has to receive treatment on the field.

7′ Son has notched his 11th assist in all competitions this season – his joint-most in a single campaign for Spurs.

5′ Doherty collects in space on the right flank and he has time to lift a cross into the box, but his delivery evades the white shirts in the middle.

Son Heung-Min

Assist

Tottenham Hotspur

3′ Son delivers a perfect cross for Sanchez to rise and head home.

D. Sánchez

Goal

Tottenham Hotspur

3′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! SANCHEZ HEADS HOME!!!! 1-0 TOTTENHAM!!!! The visitors are rewarded for their fast start as Sanchez directs his header home from close range. Son whips a corner in from the left flank and the defender rises highest in the box to plant his effort away from Olsen into the bottom-right corner.

3′ Bergwijn makes another probing run down the left flank and he wins a corner for the visitors.

1′ SAVE & OVER! Spurs should be ahead as Olsen denies Lamela, while Moura blasts over on the rebound. The visitors press forward through Moura and he offloads to Bergwijn on the left flank. He clips a cross into the box for Lamela to attack, directing his header towards the bottom-left corner. Olsen produces a sharp save, but Moura pounces on the rebound. However, the Brazilian can only blaze his strike over the bar.

1′ We’re underway at Goodison Park.

Tottenham haven’t lost consecutive meetings with Everton in all competitions since December 2012, while they haven’t lost twice to the Toffees in the same season since 1985-86.

Spurs have made two changes to their side from their win over the Baggies. Kane starts on the bench amid his recovery from an ankle injury and is replaced by Bergwijn. Serge Aurier is injured, which sees Doherty slot into right-back to replace the Ivorian.

Everton have made three changes to their side from their draw against United. Mina comes back into the fold to replace Holgate, who drops to the bench. Keane or Godfrey will slide out to right-back. Andre Gomes and James Rodriguez miss out due to injury and are replaced by Iwobi and Sigurdsson. Doucoure drops deeper into the midfield to fill the void left by the Portuguese. Olsen remains between the posts with Jordan Pickford still sidelined.

TOTTENHAM SUBS: Harry Winks, Harry Kane, Joe Hart, Joe Rodon, Eric Dier, Moussa Sissoko, Dele Alli, Japhet Tanganga, Carlos Vinicius.

TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Matt Doherty, Davinson Sanchez, Toby Alderweireld, Ben Davies; Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tanguy Ndombele; Steven Bergwijn, Erik Lamela, Lucas Moura; Son Heung-min.

EVERTON SUBS: Mason Holgate, Niels Nkounkou, Bernard, Seamus Coleman, Joao Virginia, Harry Tyrer, Tyler Onyango.

EVERTON (4-2-3-1): Robin Olsen; Michael Keane, Ben Godfrey, Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne; Tom Davies, Abdoulaye Doucoure; Alex Iwobi, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Richarlison; Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Spurs ended a run of three-straight defeats in the Premier League by beating West Brom last week. Jose Mourinho’s men needed a lift to stop their downward spiral and were on form to defeat the Baggies. They’ve beaten lower league opposition in the form of Marine and Wycombe Wanderers to reach the fifth round, but face a much tougher task tonight in their bid to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in three years.

Everton overcame Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday to advance to the fifth round of the FA Cup. It has been five years since the Toffees reached the quarter-finals of the competition, and 26 years since the club last won the trophy. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have lost only one of their last seven games, having recorded a memorable comeback to draw 3-3 against Manchester United last time out in the Premier League.

Good evening and welcome to the live commentary of the FA Cup fifth-round match between Everton and Tottenham at Goodison Park.