Everton 1-1 Spurs - the key stats
14 August 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
A closer look at the numbers that mattered at Goodison Park.
Efforts at goal
We had 13 attempts at goal to Everton's 12 with four on target to Everton's six. We had five attempts blocked.
Below: Our graphic shows Danny Rose's successful passes at Goodison Park (left) and Toby Alderweireld's, note Toby's diagonal passes from right to left
On the ball
We had 57.8% possession at Goodison Park. That included 703 touches to Everton's 583 and 485 passes to Everton's 357.
Danny Rose led the way with 70 passes to Toby Alderweireld's 61. Christian Eriksen made 56. We had a 79.8% success rate in the final third, compared to Everton's 73.1%.
Below: Our graphic shows Victor Wanyama's successful passes and defensive work, including clearances (purple) and ball recoveries (yellow) while on the right, his heat map
Victor Wanyama completed 38 passes on his debut, won five duels and made six ball recoveries.
Below: The build-up to Erik Lamela's equaliser starts with Danny Rose's throw, we lose possession, get it back, work it to Kyle Walker who crosses for Erik to head home
Erik Lamela's equaliser came in the 59th minute, a glancing header from Kyle Walker's cross.
That takes Erik's goal tally to 18 in a Spurs shirt.