Son leads Tottenham Hotspur jumped to fifth


27th October 2020

Tottenham Hotspur jumped to fifth spot in the English Premier League courtesy of a 1-0 win over Burnley on Monday evening.

Jose Mourinho brought lower back Matt Doherty, Eric Dier, Ben Davies and Lucas Moura from ultimate Sunday’s thrilling three-three draw against West Ham United.

Spurs supplied the primary warning in the opening exchanges with Harry Kane fashioning in from a decent angle earlier than Moura went close with a shot from the proper-facet.

Burnley had the ball inside the lower back of the net on 20 mins via a first-time end from Ashley Barnes, however the goal was disallowed after the ahead went into an offside position.

The Clarets did all of the digging in the final mins of the first 1/2, as Ashley Westwood and Johann Berg Gudmundsson left Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris scrambling to near put up saves.

Spurs’ sluggish begin carried on after halftime, with a rasping strike from Chris Wood from a loose bypass outdoor the location trickling beyond the bottom-nook.

With an hour performed at Turf Moor, Mourinho freshened up his initial starting line-up via Erik Lamela ten minutes from the spoil, as Moura made way for the Argentine.

Kane, recognized for his scoring exploits, showed his defence abilties on 72 minutes after thumping James Tarkowski’s header from a nook-kick from the intention-line and returned into play.

Spurs came up with the opener five mins later while Heung-min Son frivolously directed a pull from Kane into the far nook of the internet. ‘

The Clarets started out digging for the equaliser closer to full-time, but Spurs held out to claim victory and 5th-area while Burnley are nevertheless winless.

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