- Carlo Ancelotti was not moved when Bernard scored an extra-time winner against Everton
- Everton defeated Tottenham in the 5th Round of the FA Cup in a nine-goal thriller played at Goodison Park
- The Toffees made it to the last eight for the time since 2015 before losing to Man United in the semis
Carlo Ancelotti is one of the most traveled and successful managers in the history of football till date.
The Everton boss was tensed all through his team's 5-4 win over Tottenham in the 5th Round of the FA Cup.
The match went into extra time at 4-4 and substitute Bernard scored a 97th-minute winner but Ancelotti's reaction on the bench did not look as if he was moved.
The entire coaching staff including his assistant Duncan Ferguson jumped for joy but the 61-year-old was just sipping his cup of coffee to enjoy the moment.
The former Real Madrid was in the same position when Sergio Ramos grabbed the important equalizer against city rivals Atletico Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final.
One fan on social media validated the fact that Ancelotti used to moments like that when Bernard got the equalizer.
"The guy witnessed Ramos scoring the 1-1 vs Atletico in the final minute of a CL final. This ain't new to him."
After Davidson Snscjez scored in the third minute Everton went 3-1 up through Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson before Erik Lamela pulled one back before half-time.
Sanchez then made it 3-3 before Richarlison restored the lead for the Toffees and Harry Kane sent the game into extra time with an 83re minute header.
Bernard grabbed a similar goal to Richarlison's as she sent Ancelotti side into the quarter-finals of the competition.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that experienced football manager Jose Mourinho and his wards at Premier League side Tottenham have been sent out of this season's FA Cup after losing 5-4 against Everton on Wednesday night, February 10.
It was a tough encounter which could have gone either way considering the superb attacking style of football these two teams played in this FA Cup tie.
Everton went into this match after forcing Manchester United into a draw in a tough Premier League game and their morale was high to face Tottenham.