SUBSTITUTE Daniel Amokachi scored twice in the last eight minutes to earn a trip to the FA Cup final yesterday as Everton stunned eight-time winner Tottenham 4-1 in the semi-final. The Nigerian's first goal at neutral Elland Road came seconds after Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall had made a reflex-action save from Stuart Nethercott to prevent Spurs making it 2-2. Swedish winger Anders Limpar and Graham Stuart worked the ball well from the break and Amokachi, on the field from the 71st minute for injured Paul Rideout, arrived unmarked at the far post to head Stuart's header into the net. With Tottenham pushing everyone forward in search of another goal, Everton broke away again and Amokachi turned in a left-wing centre from Barry Horne for his second and his team's fourth. In injury time, Amokachi got through again but rolled the ball wide of an empty net. Everton's 4-1 victory sparked some trouble at the end of the game when some Spurs fans ran on to the field to confront the Everton supporters. Fighting broke out before it was stopped by police and security staff. In the other semi-final, defending titlist Manchester United faced Crystal Palace at Villa Park while in Premier League action, Liverpool met Leeds. Everton's victory was reward for an impressive all-round performance from a team still struggling to avoid relegation to First Division. Matthew Jackson headed Everton's first in the 36th minute from Andy Hinchcliffe's well-flighted corner and Stuart rolled in a rebound in the 55th minute after Rideout's shot had been blocked by Tottenham goalkeeper Ian Walker. German striker Jurgen Klinsmann pulled a goal back for Tottenham in the 62nd minute from the penalty spot after referee Robbie Hart had ruled Dave Watson had fouled Teddy Sheringham. Everton, making a competition record 23rd semi-final appearance, took control of the game from the early stages and should have scored in the opening 20 minutes. Rideout headed too high from Hinchcliffe's corner in the sixth minutes and Limpar fired three shots goalwards only to be foiled by fine saves by Walker. Tottenham's own imported stars, Klinsmann and Giga Popescu contributed little to the game, however, and Everton goalkeeper Southall was largely a spectator while Walker had a busy game. Spurs made it to the semi-final despite being banned from the competition before the start of the season. The ban was a punishment by the Football Association for financial irregularities but was overturned when the club appealed. English soccer faced another drugs scandal when a player was said to have tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance. The Mail on Sunday newspaper claimed an unnamed player had failed a random training ground test for an amphetamine drug. The paper quoted FA spokesman Mike Parry as saying: 'We have had a positive test for an amphetamine.' He said the next step was a meeting of the player with his club, the players' union and the FA, but did not say when. 'If, following the meeting, the FA decide this is a disciplinary offence, at that stage we would reveal the player's name,' Parry said.