Sunday, December 21, 2014

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The 21-year-old Tottenham striker scored his 14th goal of the season in Saturday's 2-1 win over Burnley and his manager is happy to see his charge develop a habit of success

Saturday, December 20, 2014

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COMMENT: The €38 million signing scored his first Premier League goal for Spurs with a brilliant 25-yard curler in Saturday's 2-1 win over Burnley at White Hart Lane

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The Dutchman says the Red Devils were the better side at Villa Park, and believes the failure to get all three points in this kind of match could prove decisive

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The Dutchman paid credit to his players' attitude, determination and willingness to play a different system as they ended a fun of four straight defeats in the Premier League

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Harry Redknapp saw his leading marksman do the business again as the hosts hit back from two goals down at Loftus Road to edge the Baggies

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Festive cheer will be in short supply at the KC Stadium after the Tigers saw their winless run extended by a fortuitous goal from Ki Sung-yueng for Garry Monk's visiting Swans

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Harry Redknapp's hosts displayed commendable fighting spirit as they recovered from a slow start and snatched all three points courtesy of a treble from their top goalscorer

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Ronald Koeman's men returned winning ways, with an own goal from Romelu Lukaku and second-half efforts from Graziano Pelle and Maya Yoshida sending the visitors home empty-handed

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Romelu Lukaku's own goal started the rot for Everton, with Graziano Pelle and Maya Yoshida wrapping up a convincing win for Southampton

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Erik Lamela scored his first Premier League goal as Spurs continue to close in on the Champions League places, while the visitors drop into the relegation zone

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The young striker scored his first Premier League goal at White Hart Lane before Ashley Barnes and the Argentine both scored from long range in an entertaining encounter

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Sam Allardyce's side made it 13 points from a possible 15 with a routine victory, while the promoted side stay rock bottom of the Premier League with a fifth consecutive defeat

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The loanee scored his second goal on his second start, but Christian Benteke's earlier opener saw the resurgent club fail to record a seventh consecutive Premier League win

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A smart finish from Christian Benteke gave his side a deserved lead at the interval but a goal from Radamel Falcao earned his side a draw as Gabriel Agbonlahor saw red

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Ronald Koeman's side have lost five straight matches but remain five points ahead of the Toffees in the Premier League

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Mauricio Pochettino's men, fresh from reaching the last four of the League Cup, will be hoping to continue their recent hot streak on home soil on Saturday

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Louis van Gaal's men are looking to extend their winning streak, which currently stands at six games, when they face Paul Lambert's team, who are 17 points behind them

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Sitting in a Champions League spot is certainly not where most sane Hammers fans would have expected to be come Christmas, but a win will keep them in that lofty position