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Premier League – winner by Wolverhampton (2-0), Tottenham clings to the European League

In his goal to finish in the European centers at the end of the season, Tottenham made the mission at home against Wolverhampton (2-0). Thanks to Harry Kane’s feat just before the break and Pierre Emile Hogeberg’s goal an hour later, the Londoners were able to count on the Premier League’s top scorer in the Premier League 2020-2021 and harvest their midfield. Pocket three more points. Enough to settle in sixth place in the standings and thus put pressure on its rivals in the race for Europe.

During the entire match, seventh-placed Tottenham wanted to catch up to sixth-placed Post Hamm to pass the Hammers thanks to the overall goal difference. Very early on, a man stood up: Harry Kane. The Premier League scorer first found the position of Roy Patricio (fifth), before seeing his pivotal recovery miss the goal (23). Meanwhile, Wolverhampton was dangerous thanks to the supersonic breakthroughs of Adama Traore, but Fabio Silva did not take advantage of the work of the Spanish international (8, 29). Despite these two ultimatums, Tottenham dominated his theme as an elusive Gareth Bale on his right side (25, 41) and Hyung Min’s son always ready to ask Patricio (41). After a full first term, Tottenham logically opened the scoring by Kane, who scored his 22nd goal in the league (45, 1-0).

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The next? A poor attempt to respond by Wolverhampton with a very soft tingling head from Roman Saiss (50th). As for the rest, Tottenham found themselves in a strong position to increase their lead after a team action closely wrapped by Hogberg (62, 2-0). In fact, the result could have been worse a little earlier, but Roy Patricio hit a superb save in front of Kane to clear the ball on his right-hand post, before Dele Alli saw finding the left post (54).

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Despite attempts to reduce the lead by Silva (65) or Traore (66), nothing succeeded: Tottenham managed the end of the match with an ingenious hand and kept a break in advance. Not much started since Ryan Mason arrived as first-team coach, as Tangi Ndombele and Moussa Sissoko managed to walk the grass of Tottenham Hotspur during the final minutes of the match. Next Tuesday, can Didier Deschamps forget one of his players on his list of 26 players for Euro 2021?

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