Tottenham vs Liverpool: Match Thread

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SPURS 4-1 LIVERPOOL
Kane (2), Son, Dele Salah

Spurs: Lloris (c), Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Trippier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen (Dier), Son (Sissoko), Kane (Llorente).




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87 mins Sub: Llorente for Kane
82 mins Sub: Grujic for Can.
80 mins Sub: Dier for Eriksen
76 mins Sub: Sturridge for Firmino
68 mins Sub: Sissoko for Son
55 mins GOAL Spurs 4-1 Liverpool : Harry Kane
Trippier's free-kick swiped at by Mignolet, only as far as Vertonghen, his shot is blocked on the line by Firmino but Kane rams home the rebound.
47 mins GOAL Spurs 3-1 Liverpool : Dele
Eriksen's deep free-kick half-cleared by Matip but Dele lashes in from the edge of the box. Great strike just before half-time!
46 mins Yellow Card: Can for foul on Dele
30 mins Sub: Oxlade-Chamberlain for Lovren.
23 mins GOAL Spurs 2-1 Liverpool : Salah
Salah nipped between Aurier and Vertonghen and slipped it across Lloris from the right side, into the bottom corner.
11 mins GOAL Spurs 2-0 Liverpool : Son
Massive throw from Lloris, Kane spins on half-way and is clear, he squares for Son to covert past Mignolet.
4 mins GOAL Spurs 1-0 Liverpool : Harry Kane
Trippier in to Kane down the right-hand side, he cuts in, dinks it around the advancing Mignolet and puts it into the empty net with his left foot.

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Hola Senoritas.

The Occasion:
2017/18 Premier League season. Match #9.

Who:
Tottenham Hotspur vs. The absolutely unbearable red half of Scouseland.

FFS, not those ****s:
Afraid so…


(apologies in advance to any of our lot from up that way :p)

2017 latest pic

When:
Sunday 22nd October 2017
4pm Kick-off (BST).

Where:
Wembley Corporate Bowl
Redeveloped – 2007
Capacity – 90,000
Predicted atmosphere - Subdued.

Why:
Contractual obligations means we have to put up with these shit****s twice a season I’m afraid.

How can I watch it?:
UK – Live on Sky Sports PL Channel.
US – Live on NBC Sports.
Rest of World – Don’t know, don’t care.
Other options may also be available……..

What they’re saying on RAWK*:
Oxlade-Chamberlain is better than Eriksen.

*possibly.

Meet the Opponents:
I’d rather not. Back next week.

Squads:

Tottenham Hotspur from:

1. Hugo Lloris, 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 6. Davinson Sanchez, 7. Heung-Min Son, 10. Harry Kane, 11. Erik Lamela, 12. Victor Wanyama, 13. Michel Vorm, 14. George-Kevin Nkoudou, 15. Eric Dier, 17. Moussa Sissoko, 18. Fernando Llorente, 19. Mousa Dembele, 20. Dele Alli, 21. Juan Foyth, 22. Paulo Gazzaniga, 23. Christian Eriksen, 24. Serge Aurier, 29. Harry Winks, 33. Ben Davies, 37. Kyle Walker-Peters, 42. Anthony Georgiou, 46. Tashan Oakley-Boothe (Others TBA).

Manager – Mauricio Pochettino

The Bin-Dippers:

1. Loris Karius (GK), 2. Nathaniel Clyne, 5. Georginio Wijnaldum, 6. Dejan Lovren, 7. James Milner, 9. Roberto Firmino, 10. Philippe Coutinho, 11. Mohamed Salah, 12. Joe Gomez, 14. Jordan Henderson, 15. Daniel Sturridge, 16. Marko Grujic, 17. Ragnar Klavan, 18. Alberto Moreno, 19. Sadio Mane, 20. Adam Lallana, 21. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 22. Simon Mignolet (GK), 23. Emre Can, 26. Andrew Robertson, 28. Danny Ings, 29. Dominic Solanke, 32. Joel Matip, 34. Adam Bogdan (GK), 38. Jon Flanagan, 50. Lazar Markovic, 52. Danny Ward (GK), 53. Ovie Ejaria, 58. Ben Woodburn, 59. Harry Wilson, 66. Trent Alexander-Arnold

Manager – Jurgen Klopp
Team News:
Spurs – Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama are still out injured. Erik Lamela is training but not ready to return. Ben Davies and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou are back in full training and should be available.

‘5 Times’ FC – Adam Bogdan, Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, and Sadio Mane all out injured.

Match Officials:
Referee – Andre Marriner
Assisted by – Simon Beck and Scott Ledger
4th Official – Mike Jones

Weather Forecast:
Dry. Temperature of 13c.

Score Predictor:
Spurs 0 Liverpool 7
 
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Drink!Drink!

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Bear with me.....so in Blackadder 4 in one episode General Meltchett explained why the army kept using the same tactic despite it constantly failing....baaaa! If we keep doing the same thing eventually the enemy will be completely taken by surprise and it will be a great victory

Winces...but I think Poch will go at them again...maybe doing that will,completely outfox them lol
 

nipponyid

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Sit back, sock up the pressure let 'em waste energy and come out second half and smash the granny out of 'em..

COYS!!!
 

Mr Pink

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First big league game at Wembley since Chelsea two months ago.

Just praying we see a side selected from a more tactical point of view than just pure rotation.

I'm going 2-1 Spurs. Kane and Dele for us, Salah for them.
 

ajspurs

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This is one fixture I don't look forward to, dare I say more so than any other in the Premier League? I just think in the last few years we've performed better against all other teams.

Saying that though, I'm more optimistic in regards to this match as opposed to if say, West Brom were the visitors in which it would be a case of trying to get through a couple of buses.

I don't think this game is just massive in terms of our standings in the table but also because it will give us great confidence to attain such a win at Wembley. Winning games like this at that ground will have me somewhat believing we may just cope well enough at Wembley in the season.
 

RickyVilla

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It's their fooking year mate, so we will get a draw. We need to play tight and hit em on the break. Poch must have learnt that by now.
 

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To the tosser on the row in front of me who relentlessly goes for the mobile camera every time there is a remote chance that Spurs will score, thinking that you will be able to capture it on cam. I'm sure you are reading this match thread.

Did you know that every time you get up to shoot something with your smart phone camera, actually your girlfriend gets up too.
At least I thought she was your girlfriend, but maybe it's your sister because she doesn't seem that keen on you. Anyway, that gives me free view towards her bewildering and delicious butt approximately 7 out of 8 times Tottenham seems to be in what you must think is a dangerous position (ie. in possession somewhere on the pitch).

So you stretch your self up as far as you can reach, put your smart phone in the air, ready to capture it if Tottenham scores.
The point I was trying to get to, is: Remember, if you are filming it, you might forget it.

Great match thread, BTW.
 

Rogmeister

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At least mane is out. Tears us to pieces. We can’t play them as open as we always do at wembley. Will just exploit our high line
 

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You just hope he will finally learn today...however been hoping that in this fixture for the last four matches
 

shelfboy68

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At least mane is out. Tears us to pieces. We can’t play them as open as we always do at wembley. Will just exploit our high line
Liverpool play a similar game to us and yet we always struggle to get anything against them, it's the same tactics everytime swarm all over us and we can't cope.
 

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Anniversary today; wife is cooking a roast while I lay my plans to watch the game. We'd better win; I'm potentially sacrificing an evening of sweet affections.
In a massive oversight I’ve booked cinema tickets for this afternoon so will miss at least the first half. Potentially the whole match.
 

ajspurs

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Liverpool play a similar game to us and yet we always struggle to get anything against them, it's the same tactics everytime swarm all over us and we can't cope.
To be honest though it's not just their swarming that harms us as we always seem to struggle with their movement, speed of passing and pace too. Like others have said, hopefully we will change our tactics though. It will be much harder for Liverpool if we stay rigid and keep our shape, like we did away at Madrid
 

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Soak up the pressure, hit on the break, let them waste energy then go for the jugular late. Thats how to beat them. Hope Poch has finally learned this.
 
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