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07 December 2009 :: 20:12:09 pm 1265

Everton Fight Back to Draw With Spurs

Last nights English Premier League fixtures saw Tottenham stumble against a resurgent Everton team, whilst Fulham scrape home against the Black Cats.
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Everton v Tottenham Hotspurs (2-2)

Everton fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Tottenham Hotspur in a feisty Premier League clash at Goodison Park overnight. The draw ended Everton’s run of three straight defeats moving them three points above the relegation zone, whilst Spurs missed the chance to move back above local rivals Arsenal and into third spot. After a fiercely contested first-half ended scoreless, manager Harry Redknapp must have inspired his troops during the interval as it only took Jermaine Defoe 2 minutes after the break to score his 12th league goal of the season. The goal meant Defoe returned to the top of the premier league scoring chart. Michael Dawson doubled Spurs’ lead with his second goal in as many games after a superb diving header in the 60th minute. Substitute Louis Saha gave Everton some hope in the 78th minute, scoring his ninth goal of the season before Australian midfielder Tim Cahill struck 4 minutes before time to earn his team a share of the points.

Fulham v Sunderland (1-0)

Bobby Zamora’s first-half goal was enough for Fulham to earn a hard-fought 1-0 Premier League win over Sunderland at Craven Cottage. The goal was Zamora’s fourth of the season, doubling his tally from the whole of the last campaign.

Zamora’s man-of-the-match performance and his powerful seventh-minute header was enough to see off the Black Cats, who were outplayed by Fulham for much of the match, before they finished strongly and were unlucky not to take a point from the tie. Fulham dominated the first half and should have put the tie beyond doubt long before the visitors sensed a route back into the match.

The Whites took the lead when Zamora rose between Michael Turner and Anton Ferdinand to power John Pantsil’s cross past Marton Fulop into the bottom right hand corner of the goal. Sunderland staged a late fight back with only the heroics of Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer saving Fulham’s blushes.

Reporter : Harry Roberts   Photo : Internet   Category : Sports News

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