Thursday, October 21, 2021

Tottenham beat Villa 2-1 to end 3-match league defeat

LONDON (WNN) – Tottenham beat Aston Villa 2-1 on Sunday to end a three-match Premier League defeat.

A strike from Pierre-एmile Hjberg and a goal of his own in the 71st minute by Matt Targett, Ollie Watkins won the draw immediately after the draw, which eases the check on Nuno Espirito Santo going into the international break.

Tottenham had lost their last three league games by 9–1 aggregate.

Harry Kane, however, has remained without a goal for Tottenham in the league this season. The striker missed several good chances and has now played six league games without a goal for the first time since 2015.

Kane almost broke his drought in spectacular fashion as he sent a quickly taken free-kick from near the halfway line towards goal, but goalkeeper Amy Martinez was able to get back and save it.

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Spurs dominated, taking the lead in 27th place.

Hojberg won the ball back up the pitch and played at Son Heung-min. The South Korean returned the ball to the midfielder, who pulled the bottom corner off the edge of the field.

Villa was fortunate to be steady in the game and equalized in the 67th minute.

A slow move saw the ball play towards the target on the left and Watkins scored the ball from near.

Three minutes later the Spurs were back in the front.

Sergio Reguilan freed Son to the left and he swung the ball across the goal, which Target converted into his own net under pressure from Lucas Moura.

Tottenham have 12 points from seven matches, two more than Villa.


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