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Tottenham Hotspur’s coach Andre Villas-Boas believes the third place occupied by Londoners in Group J of the Europa League after the second stage is not something spectacular. What made him think, however, is the neglect of the second half of the match against Panathinaikos Athens, which led to the second draw of the current season: 1-1.
“I’ve been a bit slack in the second half. I understand disappointment regarding the fact that we closed the game, but in the end I congratulated the players, because, if it was vice versa, the perspective would have been different. Read the rest of this entry »
The Portuguese coach Andre Villas Boas does not seem able to find the winning formula, moreover, entered in out of favor with fans after he decided to simply ignore the 25-year-old goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris.
Brought to England in the deadline day of the transfer window, former Olympique Lyon’s goalkeeper was considered a “bomb” given by Tottenham on the transfer market. Read the rest of this entry »
Manchester United went down a goal early but came back to earn a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford stadium Saturday in FA Cup action.
Dimitar Berbatov and Paul Scholes scored for Manchester United in the fourth round match, overcoming the goal by Roman Pavlyuchencko.
Roman Pavlyuchencko scored for Tottenham up a goal in the fifth minute.
Paul Scholes scored first for Manchest United in the 34th minute, then score Berbatov.
Other results of FA Cup 24.01.2009 are:
Chelsea 3-1 Ipswich
Derby County 1-1 Nottingham Forest
Doncaster 0-0 Aston Villa
Hartlepool 0-2 West Ham United
Hull City 2-0 Millwall
Kettering 2-4 Fulham
Portsmouth 0-2 Swansea
Sheff United 2-1 Charlton
Sunderland 0-0 Blackburn
Torquay 0-1 Coventry
Watford 4-3 Crystal Palace
West Brom 2-2 Burnley
Wolves 1-2 Middlesbrough
Manchester United 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Today Matchs 25.01.2009:
Cardiff City – Arsenal
Liverpool – Everton
Liverpool suffered its defeat of the Premier League season on Saturday when Roman Pavlyuchenko scored in injury time to give Tottenham Hotspur a 2-1.
Liverpool were cruising after an early goal by Dirk Kuyt but a Jamie Carragher own goal on 69 minutes opened the door and Tottenham, who scored twice in the last few minutes to draw 4-4 at Arsena.