Tottenham Hotspur Vs. Everton, 2012 Premier League: Spurs Cruise To Easy Win

Well, what did you expect? Everton aren't a particularly good team at the best of times, and at one point in this match they deployed a 20-year-old centre half who's featured above League One a grand total of once. Tottenham Hotspur, meanwhile, are putting their London rivals to shame, coming into the match five points ahead of Chelsea and six over Arsenal.

Unsurprisingly, Spurs dominated, with the hosts ripping the Toffees to shreds in the first half. In true Tottenham fashion, they should have scored at least three goals before they actually managed to open the scoring. At least the goal itself was something special, with Aaron Lennon absolutely obliterating Leighton Baines before slotting in at Tim Howard's near post.

The second half was more of the same - Sylvain Distin managed to pick up an injury which forced the introduction of the aforementioned 20-year-old, Shane Duffy. Minutes later, Benoit Assou-Ekotto did this. And then the game ended and Tottenham won. Surprise!

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