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By the start of the second period they were already pictured embracing again with any hatchets buried in the dressing room, and perhaps it inspired the South Korean, who was denied on the angle by Pickford within minutes of the restart.
He twice went close again as Spurs searched for a second goal, while also threatening to be masters of their own downfall by giving away a number of free-kicks in dangerous positions.
However, only a comfortable Dominic Calvert-Lewin flick gave Lloris any work to do, as Spurs held on with ease to bounce back from last week's defeat at Sheffield United.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho : "When you need points like we need, when the previous match was so bad and left us with negative feelings, which attract a bit of pressure, it was a solid performance against a very good team.
The way we controlled the game defensively was magnificent. On the bust-up: "It's beautiful! It's a consequence, probably, of our meetings. If you want to blame somebody for that, it's me.
I was critical of my boys because they are not in my opinion critical enough with themselves, I asked them to demand more from others, I asked them to put their colleagues under the pressure of the team spirit you have to give.
A couple of bad words, but I think it was something very important for the team to grow up, for that to happen you need to demand more of each other and be strong personalities.
At half-time, I said when I saw the reaction I had no doubts they would stick together until the end. Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti : "We competed.
We could compete better, yes, we could, we lost a lot of second balls but we were in the game until the end. We could do more, but we have to keep fighting.
The dream to go to Europe is still there. It was a battle in midfield, and in the second half we created more, had more space in the middle, and had not a lot of chances but we were better in possession.
Unbeaten since the restart and having won their two previous games coming into this one, Everton had the opportunity to overtake Tottenham with a victory in London.
Instead, they struggled to impose themselves on the game and did not commit enough bodies to the attack until it was far too late.
Indeed, it was not until the 81st minute that they had their first attempt from inside the penalty box.
Jose Mourinho looked enraged at the final whistle, as he stormed back to the dressing rooms, but he could hardly complain.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates scoring the opening goal for Everton in the second-half. The Everton striker rose highest from a free-kick to power the header into the back of the net.
Calvert-Lewin celebrates with his team-mates after the opening goal of the season for Everton. Jose Mourinho's side were off the pace and slumped to an opening weekend defeat at home.
Tottenham : Lloris 6: Doherty 6 Ndombele 76mins 5 , Alderweireld 5. Referee : Martin Atkinson 7. Really, he should have been relieved.
Everton, with better finishing, would have stripped Tottenham bare and this triumph did not reflect their authority or how they dominated this contest.
Carlo Ancelotti's squad whooped and hollered at the final whistle and were fully entitled to celebrate. A victory of this nature has been a long time coming.
Everton have been dreadful away from home against top six teams. The last time they had won a fixture of this kind, Roberto Martinez was the manager in December and Costa Rican full-back called Bryan Oviedo scored the crucial goal.
There have been 40 attempts since that success over Manchester United, 28 of which — often miserably — ended in defeat, but there was never a suggestion here that miserable sequence would continue.
Everton had freshness and enthusiasm, everything Tottenham lacked, and relished the job. Early days, of course, but you could see in the opening exchanges what difference the additions to Everton's team had made.
James Rodriguez, in particular, looked different to anything that has appeared in a Blue shirt in recent years, his left fizzing passes beautifully from right to left.
For a club whose fans has been starved of a hero for too long, there is a glorious opportunity for this Colombian with film star good looks at Everton.
His skill and ability is beyond question but it was pleasing to see he had the desire, too, standing firm in the face of some heavy challenges.
There was confidence in Everton's team and they should really have taken the lead in the 15th minute when Ben Davies inexplicably put Toby Alderweireld in a position where he had to have a foot race with Richarlison, a race he was destined to lose.
Richarlison nudged the ball away from the Belgium and hurtled towards goal, round Hugo Lloris, but as Everton's bench got out of the chairs and began to raise their arms in celebration, the Brazilian couldn't keep his cool and lifted his shot miles over the bar.
Star summer signing James Rodriguez made his debut for the Toffees on Sunday afternoon. The Colombian equipped himself well on his first appearance in English football versus Spurs.
Still, it was encouraging. Everton were miserable when they came here in July, their impoverished display leaving Ancelotti startled, but Tottenham's rather formulaic style invited them to be bold; Ancelotti knew there was an opportunity if they could make the right decisions.
It was not, initially, one way traffic. Tottenham threatened on the break and the best opening in the 33rd came from a flowing move that led to Son Heung-min ushering in Dele Alli, rather than playing in Harry Kane, but the midfielder's drive was superbly saved by Jordan Pickford.
Not so long ago — less than seven years, to be exact — Carlo Ancelotti was picked to replace Jose Mourinho as Real Madrid manager.
Now, the two are set to face off as the managers of somewhat lesser clubs, with all due respect to Tottenham Hotspur and Everton.
Each manager — undeniably two of the greatest of their generation — made a pair of stops along the way to their current employers, where they now find themselves presiding over projects requiring a longer-term approach.
Spurs endured a thoroughly disastrous start before finishing sixth last season. Mourinho took over for Mauricio Pochettino in November with Spurs 14th in the table.
Everton were in an ever worse predicament — 18th in the table — when Marco Silva was fired. By the time Ancelotti took over two weeks later, the Toffees sat 15th.