Mar 05

Overcome Spurs 3-2 Swansea

Overcome Spurs 3-2 Swansea

Overcome Spurs 3-2 Swansea

London – Tottenham Hotspur got up after losing to Chelsea in the League Cup final. The Lilywhites successfully overcome Swansea City 3-2 in the Premier League.

A match at White Hart Lane on Thursday (03/05/2015) pm dawn, the Spurs opened the scoring in the seventh minute with a goal by Nacer Chadli. Chadli successfully completed a cross Danny Rose into goals.

Shortly after the Chadli goal, the game was stopped when striker Bafetimbi Gomis Swansea suddenly collapsed on the pitch. Gomis was immediately pulled out after getting treatment.

Swansea equalized when the game entered the 19th minute. Ki Sung-Yueng who get measurable feedback from Neil Taylor could hadangan January Vertonghen and directly dealing with goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. Ki then beat Lloris with a shot from a narrow angle.

Spurs lead 2-1 in the 51st minute. Preceded by acceleration Christian Eriksen, the ball is released by Eriksen utilized by Ryan Mason for Swansea goalkeeper.

In the 60th minute, a quick counterattack Spurs lead to a goal. Andros Townsend combing the left side of the field before going into the penalty box. He outwit the opposing players before unleashing a right-foot shot off. Spurs 3-1.

Swansea attenuate the gap in the 89th minute. Gylfi Sigurdsson half-volley shot forward cross Jefferson Montero can not be stopped by Lloris.

Swansea tried to equalize in the remaining time. However, their efforts were fruitless.

With this result, the Spurs came in seventh in the standings with 47 points from 27 matches. They are within six points of Manchester United who are in fourth position, but Manchester United has played 28 times. Swansea sit in ninth position with 40 points.

Tottenham: Lloris, Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose (Davies 78 ‘); Bentaleb, Mason; Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend (Dembele 64 ‘); Kane (Soldado 76 ‘).

Swansea: Fabianski; Naughton, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor; Ki, Cork; Shelvey (Montero 73 ‘), Sigurdsson, Routledge; Gomis (Oliveira 12 ‘)