Gylfi Sigurdsson had one goal and three assists against his former club in Everton’s 5-4 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in an FA Cup in the fifth round at Goodison Park on Wednesday when Everton – Tottenham started on provided a thrill in a mix of excellent solo matches and suspicious defenders at Goodison Park

Sigurdsson started his career with 13 goals and nine assists in 83 games for Tottenham, but the Icelandic star recorded a third of those assists when his old colleagues visited Goodison

Bernard scored the winning goal and Richarlison scored two goals for Everton, while Tottenham’s Davinson Sanchez had a brace and Heung-min Son made two assists in defeat Erik Lamela and Harry Kane came off the bench for overtime with one to force great header

Spurs tried Everton 29-17 out of the game and recorded 12 of the 22 hits in the game Everton’s Robin Olsen made seven saves, two more than Spurs’ counterpart Hugo Lloris

However, it wasn’t all positive when Calvert-Lewin hobbled off the pitch and in the 59th Minute went directly into treatment

Spurs took the lead from a Davinson Sanchez marker in the third minute, but Everton scored three goals in eight minutes as Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin each scored a goal and assist and Richarlison also made it 3-1 in the 43rd Minute scored

Erik Lamela retired in the first half and Sanchez scored in 57 An unlikely second goal before Sigurdsson Richarlison in the 68th minute Minute brought 4: 3 against Everton

Any number of the goals were worth discussing, but there is so much going on in game eight when Harry Kane linked things from a Son feed

Everton was partially involved with a Tottenham corner kick and Heung-min Son hit Tom Davies on the left edge The South Korean stepover cooked the midfielder and sent a great cross to the back post to drive a flying Kane home could

Extra time meant another hit when Sub Bernard hit Sigurdsson in the second half after a 97 Minute in the 97th Minute gave his third assist of the day

ET’s second phase had more chances – too, of course – when Kane saw a shot from the heart of the penalty area blocked by Yerry Mina and Everton sped the other way to see Sigurdsson saved by Lloris

Everton – Tottenham

World news – FI – Everton – Tottenham stage FA Cup match for the ages (video)