– Those last two minutes in the game against Swansea were vital. After exiting the Europa League and losing the League Cup final, all in the space of four days, a win was Continue reading
Haven’t we been here before? A last minute winner after a poor performance and Spurs grab the three points?
West Ham, Villa, Hull and now Swansea, all vanquished by a 90th minute strike. It’s a fantastically exciting way to win football matches but perhaps not Continue reading
Spurs travel to the Liberty Stadium after a difficult couple of weeks. Since the fantastic win against Everton where the team seemed to have clicked, Pochettino’s side have suffered two losses and a disappointing draw. Every good performance this season has been followed Continue reading
Nacer Chadli has not had a great start to his Spurs career but a reading of the statistics from this weekend’s game points to a new low. He was substituted after 67 minutes but even taking this into account the numbers make depressing reading:
Some additional thoughts on yesterdays game:
Spurs took three points from their visit to the Liberty Stadium and showed a cutting edge that has been missing much of the season.
Swansea started well, dominating possession and creating several chances. Our defense looked vulnerable to through balls, as it has all season. However it was a corner that nearly proved our undoing. Dawson clearly pushed Bony – it looked a definite penalty but the referee gave nothing.