Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 West Brom- “the Harry Kane team”

It was a return to winning ways for Tottenham Hotspur after a miserable three games for the Lilywhites, with Harry Kane back in the lineup and Heung-Min Son back amongst the goals. The team news was met with shock from Spurs fans and rival fans alike: both Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela were playing, butContinue reading “Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 West Brom- “the Harry Kane team””

Tottenham 4-1 Wycombe – Misleading scoreline sees Spurs advance.

It may have felt like a lifetime ago, but Spurs returned to action eight days after defeating Sheffield United to face Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The competition’s draw has been quite generous to Jose Mourinho’s team so far, putting them in a David vs Goliath match up with eight-tierContinue reading “Tottenham 4-1 Wycombe – Misleading scoreline sees Spurs advance.”

More blues for the lilywhites; Tottenham 1-1 Fulham review

It seems as though Tottenham have played the same game multiple times this season, as the failure to extend their lead proves to be the downfall of the squad and in the closing of the 90 minutes that failure is punished. In this meeting, Kane’s first-half header was cancelled out by Ivan Cavaleiro’s in theContinue reading “More blues for the lilywhites; Tottenham 1-1 Fulham review”

Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Brentford- 13 years and counting…

Spurs are on their way to Wembley, Tottenham’s gonna do it again! It’s lucky for Spurs when the year ends in one, as they booked their place in the first Wembley final since 2015 with a comfortable victory against Championship high-flyers Brentford on Tuesday. No manager has played in more domestic finals in England thanContinue reading “Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Brentford- 13 years and counting…”

Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – Heartache at Anfield.

Last night saw the first time in history that both the sides met whilst occupying first and second on the table, each looking to get one over on their title challenger. Both clubs were coming off the back of disappointing draws at the hands of Crystal Palace and Fulham respectively, intending to put the recordContinue reading “Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – Heartache at Anfield.”

Tottenham 2-0 Royal Antwerp – Top of another table

After last week’s frustrating 3-3 draw with LASK, it was tough to take any real positives from that performance. However, a point against the Austrian side meant that Spurs had cemented their place in the knock-out stages of the Europa League. Despite qualification being wrapped up, Spurs sat second in Group J. Meaning they neededContinue reading “Tottenham 2-0 Royal Antwerp – Top of another table”

North London Derby review: 11 points clear.

The North London Derby. No matter the day, week or year – will always entertain, and Sunday’s game was no exception to the rule. Speaking after the FA Cup replay with Southampton last season, Jose Mourinho said: “I had to manage this chess game without pieces. “You know. No bishops, no kings, no queens. Very,Continue reading “North London Derby review: 11 points clear.”

Chelsea 0-0 Tottenham: A well earned point at Stamford Bridge

A hard earned point and Stamford Bridge in their sixth game unbeaten keeps Spurs top of the league for two weeks running. Critics may have labelled the performance boring and defensive, but it’s a good point for both sides. Sunday’s result also provided the fixture’s first 0-0 since 2012. It started promisingly for Spurs, withContinue reading “Chelsea 0-0 Tottenham: A well earned point at Stamford Bridge”