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How will Tottenham line up at Aston Villa?

How will Tottenham line up at Aston Villa?

Photo by Visionhaus It seems like so long ago now. The last time Tottenham Hotspur played Aston Villa was the opening week of the 2019-20 Premier League season. Things were different then. Tottenham were full of promise and potential under manager Mauricio Pochettino, two months removed from a Champions League final. New signing Tanguy Ndombele wowed the crowd at Spurs’ new stadium, scoring a debut goal to level the score against the newly-promoted Villa. Harry Kane was not only healthy, but was scoring goals, finishing twice in the closing minutes to give Spurs a 3-1 victory. I...
Cartilage Free Captain Jan 25, 2020
Southampton 1-1 Tottenham: Spurs concede late equalizer to force FA Cup replay

Southampton 1-1 Tottenham: Spurs concede late equalizer to force FA Cup replay

Photo by Robin Jones/ Spurs concede a late goal and will have another replay in the FA Cup. It was honors even at St. Mary’s Stadium in the FA Cup on Saturday. Tottenham Hotspur went up thanks to Son Heung-Min’s low-struck goal in the second half, but conceded a late goal to Sofiane Boufal and ended up drawing Southampton 1-1 in the FA Cup. The two sides will now play a replay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in ten days time. There were a couple of surprises in the starting lineup. New signing Gedson Fernandes made his first Tottenham Hotspur in attacking midfield, while Harry Winks...
Cartilage Free Captain Jan 24, 2020
Team news: four out for Southampton-Spurs FA Cup tie

Team news: four out for Southampton-Spurs FA Cup tie

Photo by Richard Heathcote/ The usual suspects, plus Harry Winks Tottenham Hotspur have a match this Saturday, but it’s not the Premier League — it’s the fourth round of the FA Cup, and they travel to St. Mary’s to play a Southampton side that has won five out of its last seven league matches, including against Spurs on New Year’s Day. Spurs released their team news today, and it’s the least surprising team news ever — Ben Davies, Harry Kane, and Moussa Sissoko are all still out, and they are joined this time by Harry Winks, who injured his ankle against Norwich...
Cartilage Free Captain Jan 22, 2020
Tottenham 2-1 Norwich: Son ends goal drought with second half winner

Tottenham 2-1 Norwich: Son ends goal drought with second half winner

Photo by Richard Heathcote/ Dele opened scoring in the first half Tottenham Hotspur scored its first Premier League goals of 2020, with Dele and Son Heung-min scoring in the team’s 2-1 victory over Norwich City. The win marks Spurs’ first in the league since a Boxing Day victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. Hugo Lloris marked his return from the injury he picked up in October, while Harry Winks started two matches in a row for the first time under José Mourinho. Though the match saw some similar tones to last month’s matchup, Spurs managed to beat out the bottom dwellers for a win...

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