Date: 10th February 2018 at 2:22pm
Written by:
Tottenham Hotspur
1 – 0
Arsenal

Wembley Stadium

Premier League

10/2/18

Attendance: 83,222

Referee: Taylor

Tottenham HotspurArsenal
Kane (49)
LlorisCech
TrippierBellerin
SanchezMustafi
 
VertonghenKoscielny
DaviesMonreal
Dier
 
Elneny65
DembeleXhaka86
EriksenOzil
Alli85Wilshere
KaneMkhitaryan65
Son Hueng-min70Aubameyang

Substitutes

RoseLacazette65
Lamela
 
70Ospina
Wanyama85Iwobi65
VormChambers
SissokoWelbeck86
AurierMaitland-Niles
Lucas MouraKolasinac

Game Statistics

18Goal attempts6
6On Target1
10Corners2
13Fouls9
0Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
50%50
 

11 Replies to “Stats: Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal”

  • 1-0 flattered Arsenal and 2-0 flattered Man U and on balance a draw at Liverpool was 2 points dropped. Spurs are turning it on.

  • Its winning on the days that it isn’t really going for you that decides your season so it was an important win. The result probably hurts Arsenal more than it helps us as I can’t see Liverpool, Chelsea or United dropping points this week (hope I’m wrong). If we can just get a result against Juventus the fixture list will then tilt in our favour.

  • A 1-0 victory was a bad return considering the amount of chances Spurs created, the score should have been at least 3-0 before Lacazette had a chance to make it 1-1. Can’t blame MP for the squandered chances that was down to the players, however, i thought having 3 dm’s on the pitch at the end allowed bellrin more space in the wide areas which caused spurs problems late on. Still think the spurs team is not finely tuned, i hope spurs play moura and son in the same game.

  • palmover …. From the amount of chances we set up to score it seems the team selection was dead right. As you say, the fact that we failed to score more goals was the fault of the players not Poch …. or his team selection.

  • I was astounded by that stat. I’d love to know how it was arrived at. Spurs seemed to have so much of the ball and Arsenal just couldn’t keep it.

  • It depends on how possession is calculated. Opta, I believe, calculate it on the number of passes a team makes. Other companies calculate it by the time a team has on the ball. The two methods can give widely contrasting results,

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