It was a matter of a new manager but similar problems for Tottenham Hotspurs at Goodison Park, as the Hotspurs have spent three hours in Premier League football without scoring a goal. The 0-0 draw with Everton has left both sides with an unfinished business and a lot to consider during the break.
The visitors had no power of frustration, though, as the Toffees have not won a league since September. That being said, there is probably reason to be optimistic around as Rafa Benitez’s side looked much better than in recent weeks, and Antonio Conte, who has already won Europe under his belt, almost started winning the Premier League when Giovani Lo Celso beat him. post late.
It’s the first few days for an Italian manager when he returns to London, anyway, and the team will need time to get used to his plan and ideas. The international break, in that sense, has probably come at a good time and may give them a chance to get better acquainted with Conte’s style before facing Leeds in their next game on November 21st.
Everton, meanwhile, have a tough task to find a win after the break as they return with a game against Manchester City and move on to Brentford before accepting Liverpool and then Arsenal. Failing to take the top scorer at Brentford could see the Toffees reach the wrong end of the table as the holiday season approaches.