Averton boss Carlo Ancelotti has claimed a 5-4 extra-time win over Tottenham in what will go down as one of the FA Cup’s great matches.
The epic contest was set-up with a 3rd minute goal from Davison Samchez with the Colombian rising above Sigurdson to head past Robin Olsen.
Tottenham dominated after going ahead but did not capitalise on their opportunities.
And, as it often happens in those circumstances, Everton went down the other end and equalised through Dominic Calvert Lewin.
With England boss Gareth Southgate watching in the stands, the 23-year-old unleashed a rasping strike past Hugo Lloris to make it 1-1.
Spurs capitulated after Calvert-Lewin’s goal, conceding a beautiful strike from Richarlison just two minutes later.
The Toffees then made it 3-1 through Sigurdsson from the penalty spot after Calvert-Lewin was unintentionally clipped by Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Jose Mourinho looked miffed on the sideline, but he was given some encouragement before half-time when Erik Lamela pegged one back with a sublime chip past Olsen.
Davison Sanchez then equalised for Spurs with a simple finish at the back post, only for Richarlison to squeeze past Lloris from the tightest of angles to restore Everton’s lead.
Harry Kane, on as a second-half substitute, made his mark on the game when Son Heung-min’s teasing cross allowed him to convert a diving header at the back post.
The visitors looked the most likely to score a winner in extra-time, but it was another substitute in Bernard who scored with a screamer.
Overall there was 46 shot attempts in the match, 22 of which were on target.
Everton will learn their next opponents when the quarter-final draw takes place on Thursday.