Spurs secured a deserved 1-0 away win at Cheltenham Town on Tuesday night to secure a place in the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup. Our man Matt Walsh went to watch, before delivering his match report and the players to watch out for following the victory. Next up - West Ham United away.
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Losing at home is regularly a bitter pill to swallow, especially at White Hart Lane, where Spurs fans are expecting to see thier team pick up all three points whenever teams make the trip to North London. So why did the hosts succumb to a 1-0 defeat at home to Wigan Athletic? Nick Harris ponders and gives his honest opinion from Saturday's result.
Losing to Newcastle United wasn’t the ideal stat to the season, but neither was travelling to St. James’ Park for the opening game of the campaign.
Relegation form. That is exactly how Tottenham Hotspur are playing at the moment.
Goals from Anthony Pilkington and Elliot Bennett condemned a lacklustre Tottenham Hotspur to only their third league defeat at White Hart Lane this season.
Tottenham Hotspur were made to settle for a solitary point during the Saturday lunch-time kick off against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
An Emmanuel Adebayor brace was enough for Tottenham Hotspur to pick up their first Premier League win in six games after Gylfi Sigurdsson had cancelled out Rafael Van der Vaart’s opener.
Second half strikes from Ryan Nelsen, his first for the club, Gareth Bale and Louis Saha were enough to see Tottenham Hotspur book a spot in the semi-finals of the FA Cup despite a late scare from Bolton Wanderers substitute Kevin Davies.
Juan Mata and Gareth Bale both struck the woodwork for Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur respectively as the North London side secured a pivotal point in the race for a top four finish.
A late Rafael Van der Vaart header saw Tottenham Hotspur salvage a point after Cameron Jerome had opened the scoring with 15 minutes in the 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane.