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Tottenham v Wycombe
« on: January 28, 2017, 02:54:59 PM »


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Re: Tottenham v Wycombe
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2017, 05:37:29 PM »
What a turnaround? Because of the result, we can say it was a good game. The subs made a difference, but even with one man down, we fought to the end and deserved the victory. All Premier league managers have been criticised for putting out such a “weakened” team. But I disagree, all players are part of the squad and if you can’t use them, then what is the point of them. Apart from that all teams were against weaker lower league teams (the only club it backfired for was Liverpool… and no fan – apart from a Liverpool fan - can moan that; congratulations to Wolves). As the teams get stronger, so will the team selections.

Son stoppage-time winner saw Tottenham recover from being a goal down with a minute to go against League Two Wycombe in the FA Cup. Paul Hayes, who had earlier headed against the bar, shocked the Premier League side with a sweetly struck left-footed volley to put Wycombe ahead. He then grabbed his second from the spot to double their lead. Son's deflected effort on the hour and a Vincent Janssen penalty four minutes later pulled Spurs level. Wycombe substitute Garry Thompson headed in Myles Weston's cross with seven minutes to go to put Gareth Ainsworth's side back in front. A composed 89th-minute finish from Dele Alli pulled Spurs level again, before Son scrambled in a late winner. Now we are in the next round. The year ends in a 7 and in that seven there is a one, and one has been our lucky year ending number (a bit of a stretch, I know… but we’ll take anything).
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Re: Tottenham v Wycombe
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2017, 11:02:27 AM »
A bloody shambles is all I've got to say. Against a side that got smashed 4-2 by the mighty Exeter City last night.
The fact we won is almost irrelevant. Same as Sunderland last night, we just did not turn up for the first hour.