FT: Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham. It wasn't pretty, but Spurs get their fifth away win in a row in the Premier League thanks to Foyth's goal. Palace will be left to rue Sorloth's late miss and they still haven't scored a goal from open play at home this season.
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Crystal Palace - Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League - 10 November 2018
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Hennessey pumps it long, Foyth pumps it into the stands.
There are five added minutes and Tottenham have the ball where they want it, in the corner.
Sissoko leads the Spurs breakaway from the resulting corner and finds Son, who think he's about to tuck home just as Kelly makes a brilliant last-ditch tackle.
Palace are presented with an unbelievable chance as a deflected shot comes to Sorloth, eight yards out, and he blasts the ball straight into Lloris!
Milivojevic picks out Ayew but the forward is offside. Time running out for the Eagles.
Schlupp looks to get to the byline and cross but slices the ball into the stands.
- Yellow cardHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
Winks is booked for a combination of shirt-pulling a dissent.
A deflected Van Aanholt cross falls to Townsend in the middle of the box but, after taking it down on his chest, he can't generate enough power on his shot and Lloris is able to catch it.
More Palace pressure and two more crosses, but Tottenham clear.
- OffErik LamelaTottenham Hotspur
- OnHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
Lamela departs, with blood trickling from him head, to be replaced by Winks. He collided with one of Schlupp's boots as he tried to close him down.
Palace look to have squandered a good chance but the ball falls to Schlupp, 25 yards from goal, and his well-hit shot has to be beaten away by Lloris. The home fans are frustrated that the referee stops the game shortly afterwards but Lamela is down with a head injury so he had no choice.
Schlupp dispossesses Sissoko but then can't beat Foyth, who was across quickly to cover. Good defending, but Schlupp has made an impact since coming on.
Ayew picks Wanyama's pocket - legally says the referee - and Sorloth starts a Palace counter-attack that ends in Schlupp sending in a low cross that Lloris does well to hold.
- OffLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
- OnHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
The lively Lucas is then replaced by Son.
- OffJames McArthurCrystal Palace
- OnAlexander SørlothCrystal Palace
McAcrthur leaves the field as Hodgson makes his final change and sends on Sorloth.
Twice in two minutes Hennessey has to be quick off his line to get to through balls before first Lucas and then Lamela.
- OffMax MeyerCrystal Palace
- OnJeffrey SchluppCrystal Palace
Schlupp is on for Meyer, who was pretty anonymous.
- GoalJuan FoythTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham. Kane heads goalwards from a corner, it's blocked and loops up in the air and while the Palace players are all static it's Foyth who reacts quickest and nod home.
Wan-Bissaka makes a vital tackle to take the ball off Alli as he bursts into the box. Palace are struggling to find an outlet currently, the front two seems to be offering neither pace or the ability to hold up the ball.
Ayew whips in a cross and Lloris, for once, deals with it well, punching clear.
Lucas needs some treatment after taking a whack from Sakho, but it looks like he'll be fine.
- OffJames TomkinsCrystal Palace
- OnMartin KellyCrystal Palace
Tomkins limps off to be replaced by Kelly.
A Spurs corner is cleared only as far as Davies, who scuffs a shot into the ground and then into the path of Kane, but he can only head over.
Eagles defenders back off Alli, he lets fly from 20 yards and his effort is deflected wide.
Lloris scuffs a clearance and Foyth spares his blushes.
Palace have a corner and Tomkins slips away from Alli to have a free header at the back post but then can't hit the target.
Lloris makes a total mess of another corner, flapping at the initial cross and then only punching weakly when the ball came back in his direction, but Spurs survive.
Tottenham have a free-kick not far inside the opposition half and Lamela takes, sending the ball towards the box, but Palace clear.
Tottenham get the game back underway.
HT: Crystal Palace 0-0 Tottenham. It's been a game of few chances thus far, hopefully things pick up after the break.
Hennessey punches another cross clear as we enter one minute of added time.
McArthur gives away possession near his own box and Spurs work the ball to Aurier, who puts in an inviting cross that Lucas puts over the bar six yards out. Big let-off.
- Yellow cardJames TomkinsCrystal Palace
Tomkins picks up the first booking of the match for a cynical foul.
Wanyama does well to deal with a probing Milivojevic free-kick. On a tricky night for goalkeepers, both teams are putting in plenty of crosses.
Lucas is almost in again as Wan-Bissaka makes a hash of clearing a though ball but Hennessey is off his line swiftly to gather.
Lucas is inches away from heading home an Aurier cross at the back post. If he was a little taller he would have got on the end of that.
Sakho sells Hennessey short but the goalkeeper is alert and gets to the backpass just before Lucas.
After a slow start, Tottenham have grown into the game and are starting to dominate possession.
Kane takes aim from 25 yards and hits it well but Hennessey makes a save you'd expect him to.
Davies digs out a cross just before the ball goes out of play and it ends up coming to Alli, who has a free header, but he can't find the target. That's Tottenham's best chance so far.
Better from Spurs as they send several crosses into the Palace box, although nothing comes of them.
- OffKieran TrippierTottenham Hotspur
- OnSerge AurierTottenham Hotspur
Trippier can't continue and is replaced by Aurier.
The rain claims its first victim as a Lloris slides out of play with the ball in his arms as he tries to prevent a corner. More worryingly for Spurs, Trippier is injured.
Sissoko surges past several tackles and into the Palace box before seeing his effort blocked by Sakho.
Foyth gives Palace a needless corner with a bad backpass but they aren't able to capitalise.
Towsend gets on the end of a long ball from Sakho and fires into the side netting from a tight angle.
Towsend gets in behind the Tottenham defence and stands the ball up for McArthur, who heads square to what looks like a Kouyate tap-in, but Lucas arrives at the last minute to make a vital interception. Great work-rate from the Brazilian.
The corner comes to nothing, but Townsend is now limping. It looks like he'll be able to run this off.
A Trippier cross is deflected and wobbles awkwardly towards Sakho, who plays it safe and heads the ball behind.
Lloris comes off his line at the resultant corner and whiffs at the ball, but luckily for him there isn't anyone in a red-and-blue shirt lurking to take advantage.
Tottenham feel Ayew has fouled Alderweireld but the officials disagree and the Ghana man is able to deliver a low cross, which Foyth put behind.
Tottenham look to create something with some quick, first-time passes but Alli can't find Lamela with the final ball.
Townsend, who is facing his old club, gives away the first free-kick of the game, fouling Davies deep in the Spurs half.
After a minute's silence, referee Jon Moss gets the game going.
The players are in the tunnel and kick-off is just five minutes away. It's a wet afternoon in South London and both sides are wearing their home colours.
Palace have picked up just two points at home this season - the fewest in the Premier League - while Tottenham have picked up 18 points away from home - the most in the division.
Pochettino has also been talking pre-game. "Now it's so important to win, to keep our good position in the table is so important," he says, before adding that despite Spurs' excellent away form he still rues losing at Watford.
Palace seem to have been on the wrong end of more than their share of great goals in recent years, and this one s right up there.
"All we can try to do is to try and do what we did against the Arsenal, against Chelsea. To work very hard, to be compact, keep a good shape and hope that we can keep them at bay," Roy Hodgson has just told the TVs cameras. "And then who knows, maybe we'll find some space towards the edge of their box as well." He also revealed it's a hamstring problem that has Zaha sidelined.
As for Tottenham, it's been a great start to the league season from them in terms of numbers, albeit that they only kick off in 4th, on 24 points, and will end the day there too even with a win. The standard at the top has been so high that Pochettino's side have largely gone unnoticed, but only once before have Tottenham had more points than this 11 games into a Premier League season.
Palace's last league win over Spurs came in January 2015. The man who scored the winning goal that day, Jason Puncheon, is on the bench tonight.
The stats really aren't pleasant reading for Palace fans. Spurs have won the last six Premier League meetings between these teams, keeping a clean sheet in five of those games.
Since the beginning of last season, Crystal Palace haven't picked up a single point in Premier League games that Zaha hasn't started.
As for Spurs, only five of the players who started against PSV Eindhoven start here. They are Toby Alderweireld, Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura and Ben Davies. Jan Foyth makes just his second Premier League start in the centre of defence.
The headline news comes from the home team as there's no Wilfried Zaha in the side. Presumably he's injured and it's Max Meyer who has the unenviable task of trying to replace him. His absence is terrible news for the Eagles.
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