Date: 14th January 2020 at 9:57pm
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Tottenham Hotspur
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White Hart Lane

FA Cup 3rd Round Replay

14/01/2020 8:05 pm

Attendance: 49202

Referee: Pawson

Tottenham Hotspur Middlesbrough
Lo Celso (2), Lamela (15) Saville (83)
Gazzaniga Mejias
Tanganga Spence 74
Sanchez Howson
Vertonghen McNair
Sessegnon Fry
Dier 85 Johnson
Winks Wing
Lo Celso Clayton
Eriksen Liddle 57
Lamela Nmecha 78
Lucas Moura 61 Fletcher


Son Heung-Min 61 Tavernier 74
Vorm Gestede 78
Alli 85 Roberts
Foyth Saville 57
Aurier Wood
Skipp Malley
Cirkin Brynn

Game Statistics

16 Goal attempts 12
4 On Target 4
4 Corners 7
13 Fouls 8
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
59 % 32

It’s been a disappointing year for Tottenham Hotspur and that applies to results, performances, managerial changes and our usual luck with serious injury but tonight was an opportunity to put a smile on the faces of the home fans as we welcomed Middlesbrough to White Hart Lane for our FA Cup third round replay.

Manager Jose Mourinho would certainly have been looking for a better performance than the one we put in at the Riverside Stadium.

He arguably got it as well as it only took Giovani Lo Celso two minutes to open the scoring, and 15 minutes in Erik Lamela had doubled our advantage and we saw the first half out with complete control really although Gazzaniga had to be on his toes with one effort they mustered.

Second half was much the same really, but it’s never that simple at Spurs and inside of the last ten then tried to make a game of it and scored themselves.

We didn’t keep the clean sheet obviously, but that late effort definitely should’ve gone in to make the game safe, but hey ho, Southampton next and at least there are far more positives tonight than negatives.

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