There were plenty of chances when Tottenham took the bottom layer Burnley on their temporary home turf. It deserved scoring for the home team however came not until in the last spilleminutt.
the Home team were best at the time, but solid Burnley defence did the job difficult for Tottenham. Vertenes first big chance came after 18 minutes when Erik Lamela found Lucas Moura in the back room, but Burnleys last defence Joe Hart left off with the horror when the shot to the Moura ended up outside of the posts.
Tottenham ran the match and had earned a scoring. The home team, crying on the penalty when Harry Kane was felled by the Burnley player James Tarkowski within the 16-yard dashes, but referee Graham Scott did not agree and let the situation go. The replay showed, however, that Kane probably was cheated for the penalty.Alarming discovery sent waves through the football Dagbladet Plus
Furthermore, in the first place was Lamela for another kjempesjanse. The argentinian came alone to the finish after fine Tottenham games, but the Hart in Burley-the cage prevented the scoring for the home team. Just before the break took the home team another opportunity when the 18-year-old Oliver Skipps passing so far not ended up with Moura at the back post.
In another place was Burnley for the first big chance after only three minutes. Hjemmesupporterne held her breath when the shot from Ashley Barnes hit the Tottenhams forsvarsspiller Toby Alderweireld and changed direction. Fortunately for the hosts, it was not the goal.
Spurs should have taken the lead when Kane found Lamela, who stood alone, but the away team was saved by hart's amazing enhåndsredning. Burnley could thank her the last stronghold for that it became almost points at Wembley.
In overtiden set it finally for Tottenham. Christian Eriksen put the ball cash in into the net from close range. Thus stood it deserved 1-0 to the home team. The away team never managed to equalize, thus was dane matchvinner for the home team and ensured three important points at the top of the Premier League. the