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Ange Postecoglou heavily criticized for a detrimental choice that resulted in Tottenham losing two points against Everton.



Ange Postecoglou heavily criticized for a costly decision that resulted in Tottenham dropping points against Everton, leaving Paul O Keefe to hold him responsible for the loss.


Despite a promising start with Richarlison’s early goal, Spurs were unable to maintain their advantage.


Spurs got off to an impressive start in the game when Richarlison found the back of the net within the first 5 minutes, giving them the lead.


However, Everton proved to be a significant danger during set pieces throughout the game and quickly equalized from a corner.


Vicario’s attempt to clear the incoming corner failed, allowing Calvert-Lewin to score the equalizer.


To regain their advantage, Richarlison then delivered a stunning goal from outside the box, making it seem like they were on track to secure the victory. However, a late stoppage time moment changed the course of the game.


Tottenham’s rhythm was disrupted due to Ange’s ‘poor’ decision, resulting in a disappointing outcome for Spurs, according to Paul O’Keefe. He argued that the excessive number of substitutions made by Spurs hindered their gameplay just when they had control of the match.


In the dying moments of the match, Everton was awarded a free-kick. However, in an unexpected turn of events, Romero’s clearance inadvertently directed the ball towards his own goal. Seizing the opportunity, Jarrad Branthwaite was perfectly positioned to head it into the net.


Paul O’Keefe expressed his thoughts on the matter, stating that the excessive number of substitutions disrupted their rhythm, ultimately leading to a loss of control over the game. He further criticized the performance of all involved, describing the last 15 minutes as particularly disappointing.