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3 talking points as Tottenham Hotspur share the spoils with Everton at Goodison Park

Tottenham Hotspur continue their winless streak in the Premier League after dropping points against Everton at the Goodison Park.

It’s gone from bad to worse for Tottenham Hotspur as the Lilywhites are now three games without a win in the Premier League. This poor patch of form has resulted in plummeting their hopes of making it into the top four after securing just two points out of a possible nine in their last three fixtures.

At Goodison Park, Harry Kane opened the lead for Tottenham after capitalising on a defensive error. However, lately, it has often been the case of failing to protect a lead for Spurs as Kane’s goal was quickly nullified by Gylfi Sigurdsson from the spot after Sergio Reguilon clipped James Rodriguez inside the box.

The Icelandic midfielder went on to score his double and give the Toffees the lead in the second half, however, Kane replied with another goal coming from a defensive error to level the game at 2-2. Had not been for the lethal finishing of Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur would certainly have lost against Everton.
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Harry Kane continues to make his mark in the Premier League with his individual goal-scoring efforts. However, the English striker is yet to lift a trophy in his senior career with Tottenham Hotspur. A player of his calibre needs to be winning titles every season and not aiming for a finish in the top four instead.

Given the turbulent season that Tottenham has gone through this season and how often Harry Kane has bailed them out, this could potentially be his last season with Spurs. Against Everton, it was back to square one for the 27-year-old who had to score a brace in order to keep his team alive in the competition. Patience certainly seems to be running thin for the striker who could potentially be on his way out at the end of the season.