Date: 10th August 2019 at 7:33pm
Written by:
Tottenham Hotspur
3 – 1
Aston Villa

White Hart Lane

Premier League

10/08/2019 5:30 pm

Attendance: 60407

Referee: Kavanagh

Tottenham Hotspur Aston Villa
Ndombele (73), Kane (86, 90) McGinn (9)
Lloris Heaton
Walker-Peters Elmohamady
Sanchez Mings
Alderweireld Engels
Rose Taylor
Sissoko McGinn
Winks 64 Hourihane 82
Ndombele 92 Trezeguet 59
88 Grealish
Kane El Ghazi
Lucas Moura Wesley 74


Wanyama Soares de Paulo 82
Nkoudou 88 Lansbury
Dier Steer
Gazzaniga Konsa
Eriksen 64 Targett
Aurier Jota 59
Skipp 92 Kodjia 74

Game Statistics

31 Goal attempts 7
7 On Target 4
14 Corners 0
13 Fouls 9
1 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
70 % 30

Tottenham Hotspur were back in Premier League action earlier today after what felt like a long summer given Champions League disappointment last year, but we welcomed Aston Villa back to the big league for opening day.

Record summer capture Tanguy Ndombele took his place in midfield for manager Mauricio Pochettino in the starting lineup, but he was the only fresh face selected for this one.

Spurs started incredibly brightly and were dominating the game, but nine minutes in with had their first attack and opened the scoring. It seemed like it would be one of those days as despite still dominating, we just couldn’t find a way through them and some glorious chances – we are all unfortunately looking at Mr Sissoko here – went begging.

After another scramble in their box, Ndombele opened his club account to draw us level and it was nothing less than we deserved. As the match came to a close Harry Kane capitalised twice to bag a brace to give us the win.

Again deserved, but Villa made us work for that, probably in a way we weren’t anticipating.

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6 Replies to ““Sissoko Jesus Christ” Was Not The Highlight From Spurs’ Victory Over Aston Villa – Match Stats”

  • Why did you even reference my comment in the headline from the match thread? If that was supposed to be funny, you failed.

    • Jesus, see my comment, I wasn’t the only one thinking it and I imagined the meltdown in his direction if that was the talking point from the game. It’s not like some are slow to scapegoat is it – appears to be an irony misfire here.

  • To be honest, it was hardly a standout performance from him, but he was steady like others and short of that miss didn’t do much wrong. I’m just glad that moment didn’t become the main talking point lol

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