After a distinctly average 70 minutes at White Hart Lane, Tottenham finally broke through from the spot with 16 minutes to go. Andros Townsend, who has seemingly become Spurs’ first choice spot-kick taker after his goal against Chelsea, smashed the ball low to the goalkeeper’s left.

Here’s the goal:

Prior to the opener, the match had been relatively poor with both sides getting in good positions without creating any real chances.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. We need class strikers, how many times do we have to say it. We couldn’t even score in open play at home to a league one side. If Daniel Levy and Joe Lewis do not address this problem they need to go, both of them.

  2. Remind me again did we beat chelski a few weeks ago . How can a team play that good against one of the better teams in europe then play like that . Hope all the players will donate a weeks wage to a charity as way of saying sorry to the fans . That was pants . I know they won but Sheffield will fancy their chances in the second game .

  3. we have needed a striker for 2 +yrs ,,, and we are still looking ….thank goodness there are contracts expiring …NOT TO BE RENEWED

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