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Huge Derby Win For Spurs In Battle For CL Place – Match Stats

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Harry Kane

Harry Kane

Son Heung-Min

Son Heung-Min

Hugo Lloris

Hugo Lloris

Rodrigo Bentancur

Rodrigo Bentancur

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German striker Jurgen Klinsmann spent two years at White Hart Lane in separate spells, but how many league goals did he contribute?

Tottenham Hotspur
3 – 0
Arsenal

White Hart Lane

Premier League

11/05/2022 7:45 pm

Attendance: 62027

Referee: Paul Tierney

Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal
Kane (pen 22, 37), Son Heung-Min (47)
Lloris Ramsdale
Emerson Royal Cedric Soares
Sanchez Holding
 
 
Dier Gabriel 76
Davies
 
82 Tomiyasu
Sessegnon Elneny
Bentancur Xhaka
 
Hojbjerg Saka
Kulusevski 72 Odegaard
 
Son Heung-Min 72 Martinelli 64
Kane Nketiah 73

Substitutes

Winks Leno
Rodon 82 White
Gollini Lacazette 73
Bergwijn 72 Smith Rowe
 
64
Lucas Moura 72 Pepe
White Tavares 76
Scarlett Sambi Lokonga
Devine Swanson
Craig Patino

Game Statistics

16 Goal attempts 8
6 On Target 4
2 Corners 2
8 Fouls 15
1 Yellow Cards 4
0 Red Cards 0
58 % 42

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9 comments

  • Geofspurs says:

    It’s pretty rare when the second half of a NLD turns out to be a relaxing watch for supporters. Nice one Cyril!

  • block 108 spurs says:

    I’m pleased that arsenal players got what they deserved in first half… no.16 in particular. They tried to bully sonny and spurs but we held our cool and formation to win. Conte was quiet after his yellow card… but revived in 2nd half 🙂 COYS

  • 123spurs says:

    After the red card 3 points were bagged, pity only 2 goals since 33rd min, expect to really hit them for 6 wasn’t to be. Relying on other teams now if we can beat Burnley. Great fantastic atmosphere from the fans.

  • jod says:

    There’s two ways of looking at the situation. On the one hand the gap in quality between ourselves and Arsenal was pretty clear, 3-0 was by no means a flattering score line. On the other we are still a point behind. Which tells you just how many points we’ve thrown away this season. Whether we can rescue this season is out of our hands. Going forward, if Conte is still there next year I’d expect a much more consistent level of performance. Maybe a second positive in we saw just what an atmosphere can be created at the stadium, there will be games against better opponents where that may be the difference.

  • PompeyYid says:

    My mom was Hoj, simple as that.

    We watched a very well disciplined game by the mighty Spurs last night, plus total management in the 2nd half, keeping fit for the short turnaround game on Sunday.

    What an atmosphere! you who attended, what was it like live? it sounded great/excellent on the TV.

    Now you Geordies, no1 rule, do not lose your last game at home, your fans will not forgive you, mind nor will we lol! COYS

  • Niall D says:

    Hi Jod
    Whilst I agree that we have thrown away too many points this season.
    I will argue, and I think the stats back me up, that since January we are actually in the top 3 for both points and goals scored.
    So as you say, if, Conte stays with us, then, given he is, awarded the correct transfer fees to sign the proper players and get the dross out, then I can only see progress for next season.
    I feel we have become a smarter, fitter, harder team since Conte has, arrived.
    Given the resources and indeed the chance at CL football, we could and should be able to add to our squad with quality, “next level” players.
    BTW I don’t give a fek where the funds come from, as long as theyre there, I’m not a finance analyst. 😉

  • PompeyYid says:

    Rumour mill…Conte to sign 2 year contract, hope its true. COYS

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