Everton sent Tottenham Hotspur Wednesday night at Goodison Park with an extra goal from Bernard from the FA Cup to send their team through to the quarterfinals with a 5-4 win

Tottenham opened the gate and took the well-deserved lead within five minutes when Davinson Sanchez headed Son Heung Min’s corner past Robin Olsen in the Everton goal

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Everton struck back to resume within minutes with a goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin and a goal from Richarlison from outside the box that a diving Hugo Lloris couldn’t get

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg was whistled for a penalty after Calvert-Lewin fell in the area Gylfi Sigurdsson stepped forward and calmly sent Lloris in the wrong direction to give Everton a 3-1 lead

However, Spurs scored just before half-time when Erik Lamela pounced on a mistake by Yerry Mina and fired a neat left-footed shot past Olsen to reduce the deficit for Jose Mourinho’s side to a single goal at halftime / p>

The back-and-forth game continued into the second half with a 3-3 draw by Spurs before the hour on Sanchez ‘second of the night as he deflected a saved header off Olsen’s glove and into the back the net knocked

Richarlison shot Everton forward with his second goal, hitting Lloris on the far post with a screaming neck after Sigurdsson gave him a clever little through pass

Harry Kane, who had looked ominous the entire game, finally scored to bring Tottenham back up to par with a header on the back post from a beautiful cross from Son that put the teams on course for extra time / p>

Sigurdsson added a nice chip over Spurs’ defense and into the box in the first extra time, which gave Bernard time to sit down, take a look at the goal and fire an unstoppable volley past Lloris to To give Everton the lead once again

Ancelotti and Everton will now wait for the results of the last two FA Cup games on Thursday to see who they will face in the quarter-finals

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A shy Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has cited a mysterious muscle injury as the reason Gareth Bale missed out on Wednesday’s 5-4 FA Cup loss to Everton

Everton emerged victorious from an FA Cup thriller with nine goals against Tottenham, a game that had something for everyone – except for the defense

Everton sent Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night at Goodison Park with an extra goal from Bernard from the FA Cup

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