Photos: Lamela and Soldado react to Tottenham’s win over Everton

Erik Lamela and Roberto Soldado were thrilled to help Tottenham secure victory over Everton on Sunday

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Erik Lamela took to Instagram on Sunday evening to reflect on Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Everton in the Premier League.

Kevin Mirallas gave the Toffees the lead in the 15th minute at White Hart Lane with a stunning strike.

Christian Eriksen equalised for Spurs six minutes later, and Roberto Soldado wrapped up the victory with his first goal of the season.

Lamela posted the picture above on his Instagram account and wrote: “Another three important points well played team !!! Up the spurs !!! #COYS.”

Meanwhile, goal-scorer Soldado took to his Twitter account to reflect on the win and his first striker of the 2014-15 campaign.

Aaron Lennon also tweeted his delight at the result. He wrote: “What a win today, lads put some shift in and we deserved it,also so happy for my boy @R9Soldado with his goal!!! #COYS.”

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