Date: 14th September 2019 at 4:59pm
Written by:
Tottenham Hotspur
4 – 0
Crystal Palace

White Hart Lane

Premier League

14/09/2019 3:00 pm

Attendance: 59808

Referee: Pawson

Tottenham Hotspur Crystal Palace
Son Heung-Min (10, 23), van Aanholt (og 21)
Lamela (42)
Lloris Guaita
Aurier Ward
Alderweireld Cahill
76 van Aanholt
Sissoko Zaha
67 Kouyate 67
Lamela Milivojevic
Son Heung-Min Schlupp
Townsend 85
Kane 85 Ayew


Wanyama Tomkins
Dier Meyer
Alli Hennessey
Gazzaniga Benteke 71
Lucas Moura 85 Camarasa 85
Ndombele 67 McCarthy 67
Davies 76 Riedewald

Game Statistics

13 Goal attempts 11
5 On Target 6
4 Corners 3
19 Fouls 11
4 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
64 % 36

With the September international break now over, and Tottenham Hotspur typically suffering an injury blow for summer signing Giovani Lo Celso, Saturday was an opportunity to smile and get back to winning ways as we hosted Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane.

Smile we did, as Spurs were more like their best and Son Heung-Min made it count in the tenth minute to open the scoring. With a Patrick van Aanholt own goal 21 minutes in, we were comfortable but Sonny helped himself to a brace two minutes later to see us head towards the half time break with a good and deserved 3-0 lead.

Erik Lamela got himself on the scoresheet just before the break to make it 4-0 and it was very much a case of game over.

Palace did have chances of their own but they couldn’t get past goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and we weren’t really in any danger.

4-0 was how it finished and it won’t just be the scoreline that delights Spurs fans today.

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