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Tottenham Hotspur - Crystal Palace
Premier League - 14 September 2019
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FULL TIME: 2 from Son, one for Lamela and a van Aanholt own goal, all in the first half, give Spurs a resounding 4-0 win over Palace. Thanks for following the game with us..
Spurs made some memories when they hosted Palace in the first game at their new home in April and they have created some more today with their first half display.
There will be 4 added minutes.
ANother booking, this time Milivojevic penalised for a crunching foul on Lamela.
- Yellow cardJoel WardCrystal Palace
Booking for Ward for a body check on Moura, who was running at full pelt.
- OffAndros TownsendCrystal Palace
- OnVíctor CamarasaCrystal Palace
Townsend has failed to shine against his former club and is replaced by Camarasa.
- OffHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
- OnLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
Kane, who has turned provider today, is off for Moura.
Only 6 minutes left of misery for Palace, who will be a hurry to get back south of the river.
Good block from Aurier to deny Benteke from 20 yards although the striker took an age to get a shot away.
The game is petering out a bit, Spurs know they had the game sown up in the first half while Palace have had a bad day at the office.
- OffCheikhou KouyatéCrystal Palace
- OnJames McCarthyCrystal Palace
McCarthy is indeed on for Kouyate. The visitors have certainly missed McArthur and Kelly today, Sakho has looked off the pace.
- OffDanny RoseTottenham Hotspur
- OnBen DaviesTottenham Hotspur
Davies is on for Spurs, replacing Rose who is on a booking.
Kouyate picks up a knock after a tangle with Ndombele. He is going to try and run it off but McCarthy is reparing to come on.
- OffJordan AyewCrystal Palace
- OnChristian BentekeCrystal Palace
Benteke replaces Ayew, it's not been his day.
CLOSE! Van-Aanholt makes a crucial block to steer away an Aurier shot that was heading into the bottom corner.
Lamela overhits a pass at a key moment when Spurs were on for a 4 versus 4 attack.
- OffHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
- OnTanguy N'DombeleTottenham Hotspur
Ndombele, who was impressive on his debut against Villa, is on for Winks.
CHEEKY EFFORT! Sakho loses the ball to Son who tries a chip from a tight angle which goes into the side-nettting.
Spurs still in cruise control here, you would expect Poch to make a couple of changes soon.
- Yellow cardJordan AyewCrystal Palace
Ayew, who has been anonymous and starved of service, is booked for a shove on Winks.
- Yellow cardChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
Zaha has now got three Spurs players booked - Eriksen this time tugs him back to stop a counter attack.
Spurs have dropped their tempo slightly understandably but Palace dont look like getting a second half miracle here.
HALF CHANCE! Rose with a good run, the ball falls to Son who pulls a cross-shot across the face of goal fro the edge of the area which Ward clears.
- Yellow cardJan VertonghenTottenham Hotspur
Vertonghen catches Ayew down the back of his leg and is booked.
GOOD SAVE! From the resulting Milijovejic free-kick, Cahill's header is blocked by Lloris who then scrambles it away.
- Yellow cardDanny RoseTottenham Hotspur
Rose is booked for a trip on Zaha who had cut inside.
The early signs are the pattern of this game is not going to change. Palace are being ripped to shreds.
GOOD SAVE! Palace lose the ball from the kick off and Winks strides through and his shot from around 20 yards is tipped around the post.
No changes made by either side which is a surprise given the scoreline and Spurs having a Champions League game on Wednesday.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF: Palace get the second half underway..
- End of 1st Half
HALF TIME: Wow - Spurs are 4-0 up after a brace from Son, an own goal from van Aanholt and Lamela's strike. No wonder Eriksen and Rose share a joke as they walk off the field.
4 shots on target from Spurs and 4 goals. There will be 2 added minutes.
CHANCE FOR PALACE! Zaha tries a shot from distance after beating Rose but its straight at Lloris.
GOAL FOR SPURS! Sissoko picks out Son who runs at the defence and then finds Kane whose low cross is tucked in by Lamela. Another lovely passing move, that pass from Sissoko took 5 Palace players out of the game.
There is no signs of Spurs taking their foot off the pedal, they are hunting a fourth goal. After a stuttering start to the season, they have been back to their vintage best.
CHANCE! Spurs launch another attack, this time Winks lashes a long-range effort wide. Palace still look shell-shocked.
Zaha wins a corner which Kane deals with, getting to a header ahead of Cahill.
Townsend is coming more into the game but Palace need a miracle here. And strangely Guiata has been taking his own sweet time with the goal kicks.
Aurier, playing instead of Sanchez, has been brilliant going forward today and hasnt had much defending to do.
Palace are between a rock and a hard place at the moment, they need to commit more players forward.
Son is inches away from getting on the end of a Kane pass and completing his hat-trick. They have been fired up for this game.
Hodgson slumps in his chair, he may have to make a change already.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL FOR SPURS! Winks finds Aurier whose cross is volleyed in by Son to finish off a lovely passing move. Sensational stuff from Spurs!
- Own-goalPatrick van AanholtCrystal Palace
OWN GOAL! Sissoko finds Son, who turns his man and passes it to Aurier whose whipped cross is turned in by van Aanholt.
CHANCE! Schlupp pings it in for Ayew whose low shot is straight at Lloris.
CLOSE! Kane picks it up from 25 yards and fires it wide. Spurs have had around 75 per cent possession.
Thse long balls from Alderweireld out to the flanks are causing Palace problems. Another long pass finds Rose, who plays it into Eriksen and the visitors eventually hack it away.
Kane flicks it into the path of Son in the box but the keeper does well to race off his line and collect.
Son does his hair and celebrates..
WIll the visitors change their tactics now, which will risk leaving spaces at the back.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL FOR SPURS! Seconds after Cahill goes close to giving Palace the lead, Spurs break, Alderweireld finds Son who cuts inside and drills it in off the post.
Zaha is starting on the left and Townsend on the right. They have yet to get into the game although Palace are slowly getting into the game.
AMBITIOUS! Alderweireld finds Kane who tries to lob the keeper from distance but its comfortance for the keeper. He has tried that a few times since that sunner against Juventus in pre-season.
Cahill is marshalling the Palace defence well, this is a similar start that they made in their win over Man United last month.
Rose is playing as a left winger, Aurier is also pushing up. And Son is playing behind Kane, lots of attackng intent for the hosts.
DOUBLE CHANCE! Spurs have started well. A long ball is played into the path of Kane, it falls to Winks who lashes it over the bar. Seconds later, Eriksen finds Son whose bending effoed is saved at the near post.
The first 20 minutes will be intriguing, the longer the games goes on the more Palace will fancy their chances of another scalp given their away record.
KICK OFF: We are underway at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. Craig Pawson is the referee.
COUNTDOWN: 5 minutes till kick off!
Eriksen averages a goal or an assist every 114 minutes in the Premier League against the Eagles.
And Poch has warned the transfer speculation will return soon.
"In one month I think it will start again with the rumours, for sure, because the situation of the squad is going to help those rumours appear.
"Christian is in my plans. When you sign the contract, like Christian who signed for five or six years, you need to be committed from day one to the last day."
He said: "It's not easy, when it's one player who wants to leave, but when it's a few players, who start to make it difficult to create a good dynamic, a positive dynamic, but now it's to be positive."
Spurs have trailed for 127 minutes in home Premier League games this season – 22 minutes more than any other side. But they face a Palace side today happy to soak up pressure and are deadly on the counter attack and are equally adept at scoring late goals.
Sakho is back for the first time in seven months.
For Spurs they were handed a boost with Eriksen remaining at the club. Results wise it has been a mixed bag, blowing a two goal lead to draw with Arsenal, losing to Newcastle, riding their luck to draw with Man City and beating Aston Villa.
Only Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal have racked up more points than the Eagles in this calendar year, unbelievable Jeff (Schlupp). And they were the last time to win at the Emirates, Etihad, Anfield and Old trafford, what a list of scalps.
CRYSTAL PALACE: Guaita , Ward, Sakho, Cahill, van Aanholt, Milijovejic, Kouyate, Schlupp, Townsend, Zaha, Ayew...Subs: Hennessey, Tonkins, Riedewald, Meyer, McCarthy, Camarasa, Benteke.
SPURS: Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Winks, Sissoko, Eriksen, Lamela, Son, Kane...Subs: Gazzaniga, Davies, Dyer, Wanyama, Ndombele, Alli, Moura.
Aurier starts for the first time since March, replacing Sanchez.
Kelly and McArthur are injured for Palace with Sakho starting for the first time since February while Townsend starts against his former club.
Full team news to follow..
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE commentary as Tottenham host in-form Crystal Palace. While Spurs have had a stuttering start to the season, the Eagles are 4th in the form table in 2019. Kick-off is at 15:00 BST.