Two sublime free-kicks from Christian Eriksen ensured that Tottenham came away from Swansea with a point despite falling behind twice at the Liberty Stadium. Continue reading
Spurs travel to the Liberty Stadium for Sunday’s 4pm encounter, and face a Swansea City side who have taken just one point from them in their previous eight Premier League games. That solitary point came in a 1-1 draw on Welsh soil back in December 2011, with Scott Sinclair rescuing the home side after Rafael Van Der Vaart had opened the scoring. Continue reading
It was an afternoon for Tottenham to savour as Premier League leaders Manchester City were comprehensively beaten 4-1 at White Hart Lane, and Harry Kane’s goal draught finally came to an end.
Spurs sealed their first home win of the Premier League season against Crystal Palace at the weekend. Despite being on the receiving end of an undeserved loss to bitter north London rivals Arsenal in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday, they should be confident heading into the game with Manchester City following West Ham’s superb 2-1 victory at the Etihad Stadium last Saturday. Continue reading
On his home league debut, South Korean star Son Heung-min fired to Tottenham to victory over Crystal Palace. The north Londoner’s sealed their third win of the week, but most importantly this was their first Premier League home win of the season. The Eagles had not tasted defeat away from Selhurst Park since a 1-0 loss to Chelsea on May 3rd. Continue reading
Tottenham Hotspur will be involved in their first London derby of the season as they host an increasingly confident Crystal Palace side on Sunday afternoon. Despite Pardew’s men losing 1-0 to Manchester City last time out, three wins from five including a famous victory against current champions Chelsea have seen the Eagles make a promising start as they attempt to finish higher than last terms 10th-place finish. Continue reading
Tottenham Hotspur finally picked up their first win of the new Premier League campaign on Sunday afternoon after Ryan Mason’s late strike inflicted further misery on Dick Advocaat’s Sunderland. The victory will ease some of the pressure on Spurs head coach Mauricio Pochettino and gives them something to build on as they attempt to mount a top four challenge. Continue reading