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The leading goalscorer of the Toffees hobbled in the 55th Minute of their impressive 5-4 victory in the fifth round of the FA Cup against Tottenham on Wednesday evening

Everton assistant Duncan Ferguson told BT Sport: “It looks like he tweaked his hamstring. We’re not entirely sure

Calvert-Lewin had scored four goals in his last six games before taking another injury setback against Tottenham

The England international was mostly walking straight down the Goodison Park tunnel with an Everton physiotherapist when he got out instead of sitting on the bench when he was replaced by Seamus Coleman

Calvert-Lewin had played his part in a tense game at Goodison before he was pushed out of the action

Davinson Sanchez gave Tottenham a three-minute lead, but Everton won 3-1 in 43 minutes thanks to goals from Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson

Tottenham pulled one back through Erik Lamela before Sanchez made it 3-3 just two minutes after Calvert-Lewin left the field

Richarlison presented in the 68 Everton’s advantage was restored in the 18th minute when Spurs substitute Harry Kane equalized with a nice late-night header to force extra time

And another substitute played his part perfectly as Brazilian ace Bernard shot the ball past Hugo Lloris and sent Everton to the quarter-finals

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