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Carlo Ancelotti's Reaction To Everton Going 5-4 Up Is The Coolest 'Celebration' You'll Ever See

Jack Kenmare

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Carlo Ancelotti's Reaction To Everton Going 5-4 Up Is The Coolest 'Celebration' You'll Ever See

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Carlo Ancelotti's ice-cold reaction to Everton going 5-4 up in their FA Cup fifth round tie against Tottenham is one of the coolest things you'll see this year.

It was a game of goals, goals and even more goals at Goodison Park on Wednesday night.

After both teams couldn't be seperated at full-time after an eight-goal thriller, diminutive winger Bernand made it 5-4 in the 97th minute with a cracking finish - a goal that ended up being the winner.

The Brazilian slotted away in style after a wonderful Gylfi Sigurdsson assist but it was Ancelotti's reaction to the goal that grabbed the headlines.

As a delighted Duncan Ferguson goes mad behind him, the Italian looks up, blows on his hot coffee and walks away like nothing happened.

It has been an incredible game at Goodison.

The visitors started the game stronger and opened up a 1-0 lead, when Davinson Sanchez pounced on some poor defending.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin then made it 1-1 with a powerful effort at Hugo Lloris, with the Frenchman only able to palm the ball into the net.

The hosts leapt into life and Richarlison made it 2-1 just two minutes later, before Gylfi Sigurdsson made it three from the penalty spot on 43 minutes.

Erik Lamela went on to make it 3-2 in the third minute of injury time, before Sanchez scored his second of the game.

Richarlison made it four with an excellent finish from a tight angle into the opposite corner in the 68th minute but Kane's headed home from yet another corner in the 83rd minute to take it to extra time.

But it was Bernard's effort in the 97th minute that helped Everton to a place in the FA Cup sixth round.

And breathe.

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Football, Carlo Ancelotti, Everton, FA Cup

Jack Kenmare
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