Spurs v Everton Reserves match reports
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24.01.2022 Southport’s Haig Avenue staged a Premier League 2 meeting between the Under-23 sides of Spurs and Everton, with Tottenham’s eight game unbeaten run coming unstuck as the Toffees’ managed a 1-0 win.

After neither team could create a decent chance in the opening stages, Josh Oluwayemi did well to keep out Ellis Simms’ shot with his legs with twenty minutes gone.  Tottenham’s first threat came in the 32nd minute, when Harvey White freed Dane Scarlett with a ball over the defence, but the striker’s shot from an angle was kept out by keeper Harry Tyrer.  Four minutes before the interval, Jamie Bowden (back from his loan at Oldham Athletic) hit a diagonal pass that allowed Alfie Devine to have a shot, but he only found the keeper with it.  They were costly misses, as a goal a minute before half-time was scored by Lewis Dobbin, whose header finished off Nathan Patterson’s cross.

In the second half Oluwayemi was busy to keep out efforts from Dobbin and Isaac Price, before Marqes Muir did well to deflect a Dobbin shot wide.  Josh had to make further saves from a Jarrad Branthwaite header, then shots from Lewis Warrington and Ryan Astley, before Warrington’s deflected shot hit the inside of the post and went across goal without an Everton player there to apply the finishing touch with 85 minutes on the clock.  Substitute Max Robson had a header blocked when Dermi Lusala’s high ball reached him, but  Robson was heavily involved in a chaotic finish.  He was robbed of the ball while on the floor in the penalty area, then put a header into the side-netting at the near post when Romaine Mundle crossed the ball in.  The last opportunity fell to Muir after a free-kick was partially cleared, but the resulting shot was blocked wide.

Teams :
Everton –  Harry Tyrer, Nathan Patterson (Sebastian Quirk 61), Kyle John, Reece Welch    88, Ryan Astley (c), Jarrad Branthwaite (Joseph Anderson 61), Stanley Mills    90+5, Lewis Warrington, Ellis Simms, Isaac Price, Lewis Dobbin (Rhys Hughes 71).
Subs not used :  Zan-Luk Leban, Luke Butterfield
Manager : – David Unsworth
Spurs –  Josh Oluwayemi
, Dermi Lusala, Marcel Lavinier, Jamie Bowden, Marqes Muir, Malachi Fagan-Walcott    66, Jack Clarke    61 (Romaine Mundle 76), Harvey White (c), Dane Scarlett, Alfie Devine (Jaden Williams 84), Yago Santiago (Max Robson 76)
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Manager : – Wayne Burnett
Referee : – Lewis Smith
Attendance : –  219

26.11.2021 Spurs hosted Everton Under-23s at Stevenage on a Friday night, sending the Toffees packing with a 4-0 win.

27 seconds into the match, a loose ball across the pitch 25 yards out was intercepted by Jack Clarke, who ran forward to slip it past Everton goalkeeper Harry Tyrer to give Spurs the early goal that can be so crucial. Within minutes, the goalkeeper almost fumbled Nile John’s low cross into his own net, being relieved to only concede a corner as it squirmed past the post.

Everton went out looking for an equaliser, forcing Thimothee Lo-Tutala to a good save from Tommy Cannon’s shot and then Ryan Astley had two opportunities from corners, heading one too high and one too wide.  Just before half-time, Tyrer looked in trouble as he took a while to react to John’s shot from 18 yards before making his save.

The second half started well for Tottenham too, with five minutes gone, Harvey White pulled a cross back from the dead-ball line.  It took a deflection and dropped for the in-form goal-scorer Dilan Markanday to slot home from a couple of yards out.  White got in on the scoring act in the 62nd minute, when he was set up after good work by Marcel Lavinier, who embarked on a long run forward and found White in the box and the captain shot in off he post from a tight angle on the right.

Rhys Hughes had forced a save out of Lo-Tutala earlier in the half before he shot wide from a free-kick and it was costly, as White placed a cross onto Malachi Fagan-Walcott’s head to beat the keeper in the 76th minute for Tottenham’s fourth.  The closest Everton came to narrowing the deficit was when Cannon struck a shot that bounced away off the post as the game came to its conclusion.

Teams :
Spurs – 
Thimothee Lo-Tutala, Marcel Lavinier, Kallum Cesay  84 , Brooklyn Lyons-Foster (Matthew Craig 78), Malachi Fagan-Walcott, Tobi Omole, Romaine Mundle  69 (Jeremie Mukendi 83), Harvey White (c), Jack Clarke, Nile John, Dilan Markanday (Michael Craig 79)
Subs not used :  Josh Oluwayemi,
Yago Santiago
Manager : – Wayne Burnett
Everton –  Harry Tyrer, Kyle John, Joseph Anderson, Reece Welch, Ryan Astley (c), Lewis Warrington, Stanley Mills, Tyler Onyango, Tommy Cannon, Isaac Price, Rhys Hughes.
Subs not used :  Jack Barrett, Mackenzie Hunt, Elijah Campbell, Sean McAllister, Liam Higgins
Manager : – David Unsworth
Referee : – Gary Parsons
Attendance : –  185

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