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A. Westwood
Yellow Card
90' + 2'
G. Lo Celso
Yellow Card
S. Bergwijn
Yellow Card
D. Alli
Penalty Goal
1 - 1
C. Wood
1 - 0

Match Stats

45% 55%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 8 2
Total Passes 378 479
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Mourinho's men remain two points better off than Burnley in eighth place after this entertaining draw at Turf Moor. Tottenham travel to RB Leipzig for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Tuesday, before hosting Manchester United on their return to league action next Sunday. Burnley have a full week's rest before travelling to Manchester City.
Tottenham's four match losing run ends with a well-earned 1-1 draw at Burnley. The visitors were second best in the first half after falling behind to Wood's 13th-minute opener, the striker converting from close range after Lloris failed to properly deal with Rodriguez's volley. A couple of half-time subs and a change of formation helped, though, as Alli converted from the spot 50 minutes in to earn his side a point after Mee fouled Lamela.
90' + 5' Burnley win a corner in the fifth and final added minute as Alli turns the ball behind at the back post. Mee flicks it on to Wood, whose shot at the back post is closed down.
A. Westwood
Yellow Card
90' + 3' The yellow cards keep on coming! Westwood is booked for kicking the ball away after Bardsley was penalised for bringing down Bergwijn.
G. Lo Celso
Yellow Card
90' + 2' Lo Celso is booked by referee Jonathan Moss for cynically pulling back on McNeil after the Burnley winger got away from two players.
90' Four minutes have been added on at Turf Moor, the first of which has already been played.
A. Lennon
J. Hendrick
89' Lennon is introduced against his former club for the final few minutes. Hendrick is the player to make way after putting in a solid shift.
89' Aurier, playing in a right-sided forward position, puts too much on his cross. Alli and Bergwijn are not happy.
88' Burnley deal with a couple of corners as we enter the final couple of minutes of an entertaining match. Both teams have come close to scoring a second goal and it would not be all that surprising to see a late winner - but which way will it go?
86' SIDE-NETTING! Alli is picked out by Aurier's cutback and has a free shot on goal from 15 yards. His attempt clips Tarkowski and ripples the side-netting.
85' HUGE CHANCE FOR BURNLEY! McNeil catches a volley sweetly. It deflects off Tanganga into the path of Vydra, who turns Alderweireld to get a shot on target. Lloris stands strong to make a big save from point-blank range.
83' TOTTENHAM GO CLOSE! Lo Celso curls a shot inches wide of the far post from 20 yards out. Both teams are going all out for a winner, setting up a thrilling finale here.
81' ANOTHER LLORIS SAVE! Vertonghen is left to take on the shot by Alli but it is blocked by a Burnley player. The hosts get up the other end in the space of seconds and Wood test Lloris with a low shot after being set up by strike partner Vydra.
80' Lucas' shot takes a deflection off Cork and goes behind for a corner, which culminates in Tanganga hammering the ball high into the stand behind Pope's goal from 30 yards.
S. Aurier
E. Lamela
78' Aurier replaces Lamela in Tottenham's third and final change.
S. Bergwijn
Yellow Card
78' The seventh yellow card of the match is shown to Bergwijn for catching Westwood.
77' SAVE! Wood goes for goal from 25 yards out. Lloris is this time able to not only save the shot but also keep hold of it.
76' Lo Celso's free-kick is sent into a perfect zone for Pope to collect and relieve some of the pressure on his side.
J. Hendrick
Yellow Card
75' Hendrick sends Bergwijn crashing to the ground out on the left-hand side to enter the referee's book.
75' Lloris gets a hand to the Burnley corner and Tottenham counter. Lo Celso carries it a long way and plays in Bergwijn, but a sloppy pass takes the momentum out of the attack and Alli eventually crosses the ball out of play.
74' The game has become a lot more evenly balanced over the last five minutes, coinciding with Vydra's introduction. Sanchez gets to the ball ahead of Wood to concede a corner, Burnley's second of the game.
72' GREAT TACKLE! McNeil shakes off one challenge, drives forward and picks out Vydra with a good pass. The substitute cuts inside on his left but is denied the chance to shoot by Dier's impressive sliding challenge.
70' Alli drives through the middle and slides in Lucas to his right. The cross has plenty of pace on it and goes right through the box without a touch.
M. Vydra
J. Rodriguez
68' Vydra is on for Rodriguez in the first of Burnley's changes.
67' Burnley's supporters are urging their players on, perhaps sensing that a second Tottenham goal is coming. Lo Celso has a go from 25 yards, guiding the ball well off target.
66' Lucas plays the ball inside to Lamela, who looks for the return pass. However, Lucas' path is blocked by Mee and he is unable to get on the end of it.
65' Lo Celso has made a big difference for Tottenham in his 20 minutes on the field. Tottenham have had 59 per cent of the ball in the second half and have equalled their on-target shot count from the whole of the first half.
63' Burnley boss Dyche may be tempted to make a change with more than an hour played. Tottenham are starting to dominate the contest, with momentum very much on their side since Alli scored from the penalty spot.
61' Tottenham look far more balanced in the second half compared to the first. A cross from the left is disappointingly cut out by the first man, but the pressure is pretty constant now.
J. Cork
Yellow Card
59' The yellow cards are coming thick and fast as Cork is cautioned for illegally stopping the run of Lucas.
58' OVER! Alderweireld gets on the end of a loose ball just outside the box and lifts a shot well over the crossbar.
J. Tarkowski
Yellow Card
57' Tarkowski is the latest player to enter the referee's book for taking out Alli on the halfway line.
D. Sánchez
Yellow Card
56' Sanchez is really struggling. Having got away with a shove on Wood a minute ago, he is now booked for fouling the same player.
56' PENALTY APPEAL! Sanchez barges right into the back of Wood inside the penalty box. Anywhere else on the pitch and a free-kick would be awarded, but the referee does not point to the penalty spot.
55' Tottenham win a succession of free-kicks. Momentum is now on the visitors' side, which is in complete contrast to the first half when they were second best across the pitch.
54' That was Dele Alli's 50th Premier League goal for Tottenham - and his first from the penalty spot since March 2017 against Southampton.
52' That was a poor challenge from experienced defender Mee to give away the penalty. Tottenham's half-time changes have clearly already paid off.
C. Taylor
Yellow Card
51' Taylor is shown a yellow card for clattering into Lucas. The full-back argues the booking is a little harsh, but Jonathan Moss stands by his decision.
D. Alli
Penalty Goal
50' GOOOOOOAAAAALLLL!!!!! BURNLEY 1-1 TOTTENHAM!!! After a long wait, Alli sends Pope the wrong way from the penalty spot to drag Tottenham back on level terms early in the second half.
48' PENALTY TO TOTTENHAM! Lo Celso plays the ball into the path of Lamela, who is caught on the shin by the boot of Mee. The contact is made just inside the box and a penalty is awarded.
47' Sanchez fails to hold off Wood, but Alderweireld gets in front of Rodriguez to cut out the cross.
G. Lo Celso
T. Ndombèlé
46' Ndombele is off and Lo Celso on in the second of Tottenham's half-time changes.
46' RESTART! Burnley get us back under way at Turf Moor. Tottenham have reverted to a back four with those two half-time changes, meaning a central-midfield role for Dier.
Lucas Moura
O. Skipp
46' Mourinho has made a double change at the break. Lucas is on for Skipp in the first of the visitors' substitutions.
Mourinho was quick to head down the tunnel when the half-time whistle sounded, clearly unhappy with Tottenham's first-half display. His side have been pretty dreadful so far and the Portuguese may well make a change or two at the interval, with the likes of Lucas, Lo Celso and Fernandes among his subs. As for opposite number Dyche, he can call upon Vydra - on the scoresheet in two of Burnley's last three matches - should he wish.
Burnley lead Tottenham 1-0 at half-time thanks to Wood's goal after 13 minutes. The striker marked his return to the starting line-up by converting from close range after Rodriguez's volley proved too hot for Lloris to handle. The visitors have been second best all over the pitch and are perhaps fortunate to only be one goal behind at the midway point.
45' + 2' Ndombele lunges in on Cork and is perhaps fortunate to avoid joining team-mate Lamela in the referee's book.
45' + 1' BLOCKED! Rodriguez meets McNeil's cross and heads it straight at Vertonghen in front of goal. Bardsley gets on the end of the rebound but is unable to find the target.
45' Two minutes have been added on at the end of the first half at Turf Moor.
44' A cross towards Wood skips off the surface and is gathered by Lloris. Tottenham could do with the half-time whistle.
43' CHANCE! Tarkowski nods down Westwood's free-kick but Wood is unable to adjust his body a few yards from goal. The ball hits his thigh and flies wide of the target.
41' Wood is fouled by Dier just inside Burnley's half of the field. The free-kick is sent long and Vertonghen manages to launch it clear.
39' WIDE! Rodriguez wins another aerial battle inside the box and Wood helps it into the path of Westwood, who volleys wide from 20 yards.
38' Bardsley looks okay to continue. There are seven minutes of the first half left to play at Turf Moor.
37' Alderweireld miscontrols a simple pass and lets his frustration be known. Bardsley has picked up a knock and is in need of some treatment.
36' Alli decides against shooting from range and that proves the wrong decision as his pass into the box is cut out.
35' Burnley successfully defend the corner. The game has gone a bit quiet now, with neither team able to create much when getting the ball into the final third.
34' Tottenham are enjoying another spell on the ball, but Dyche will not be too concerned as the visitors are not really getting anywhere fast. Hendrick blocks Vertonghen's cross for a corner.
32' McNeil spreads the ball to Taylor on the left. His cross is met by Rodriguez, but nobody in a Burnley shirt can get on the end of the knockdown. Tottenham's three-man defence is not working.
30' That effort from Lamela, which barely forced Pope to break stride, was Tottenham's first on target of the match. Burnley, by comparison, have managed five.
29' SHOT! Tarkowski produces a fine challenge to prevent Alli from connecting with a shot. There have been one or two signs that Tottenham are slowly starting to grow into the game, as Lamela fires a long-ranger straight at Pope.
27' Bardsley wins the ball back and it is played into the feet of Rodriguez, but the promising attack comes to an end as the offside flag is raised.
26' Tottenham are struggling to get going. They are all over the place at the back and have offered next to nothing in attack. Mourinho will not be a happy man.
24' Dier lets the ball bounce inside his own box and that causes some panic, but Wood is unable to tee up Rodriguez for a clean strike. Tottenham look devoid of any confidence - not surprising given they are on course for a fifth successive defeat.
22' SAVE! McNeil decides to take on the shot from the free-kick. He beats the wall but Lloris watches it all the way and catches with both hands.
21' Alderweireld is unable to cope with Rodriguez and drags down his opponent. Burnley have a free-kick 35 yards from goal, which McNeil will likely float into the box.
E. Lamela
Yellow Card
19' Lamela is shown the first yellow card of the game for sliding in on McNeil.
18' The visitors have not created much of anything yet with nearly a quarter of the game played. Burnley continue to look the more threatening, with Rodriguez's drive from 30 yards being blocked by Dier.
17' Tottenham have failed to keep a clean sheet in 14 of Jose Mourinho's 17 Premier League matches in charge.
15' The visitors are right to feel annoyed because the ball definitely hit McNeil on the arm before he crossed it into the box - intentional or not. There was not even a VAR review, so questions will no doubt be asked.
14' Tottenham claim McNeil handled the ball in the build-up to the goal, but the Burnley opener is allowed to stand.
C. Wood
13' GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL!!!! BURNLEY 1-0 TOTTENHAM!!! Dier heads the ball as far as Rodriguez and his drilled volley is parried by Lloris. Wood reacts quicker than Alderweireld to poke the loose ball into the back of the net.
12' SAVE! Tottenham have taken the sting out of the game over the past couple of minutes by knocking it around. Vertonghen, playing out of position at left wing-back, gives it away and Cork's low shot is easily dealt with by Lloris.
10' CLOSE! Rodriguez creeps in around the back to meet Westwood's delivery. He heads it on target but it appears to be blocked on the line by a Tottenham player.
9' Burnley are looking the more threatening side when they get on the ball in the final third, particularly when Taylor gets involved out wide on the left. The home side's latest cross in the box is helped behind for a corner by Dier.
7' SHOT! Taylor finds some space down the left and his cross gives Wood something to fight for, but a Tottenham player gets to it first. From the next attacking wave, Dier half clears the ball as far as Wood, who sends a rocket of a shot just wide.
6' The visitors are seeing plenty of the ball in the early stages, mainly because Burnley are allowing them to knock it around between their defenders and defensive midfielders.
4' Tottenham have in fact gone with a three-man defence, with Dier slotting between Sanchez and Alderweireld. Burnley, as expected, are going with their tried and trusted 4-4-2.
2' Bergwijn scuffs a shot but Alli does brilliantly to flick it towards Lamela. It is just behind his team-mate, though, and Lamela is unable to react in time.
1' KICK-OFF! Tottenham, who begin this game two points better off than Burnley, get us up and running in Lancashire!
The teams are coming out onto the pitch at Turf Moor, with kick-off just moments away. 
Burnley have won just two of their 11 Premier League meetings with Spurs, though both of those wins have come at Turf Moor. This will be the 100th league meeting between the sides, with Spurs winning marginally more games (39) than Burnley (36) in the previous 99 encounters.
Mourinho has made four changes to Tottenham's starting line-up from Wednesday's FA Cup defeat to Norwich City. Lloris returns from injury to take over from Michel Vorm in goal, while Tanganga and Ndombele are preferred to Winks and Lo Celso as the visitors go with a 4-3-3 formation. Elsewhere, Lamela replaces Lucas in attack for his first start since January 22.
Burnley make one change from their goalless draw with Newcastle United seven days ago. Wood returned from injury as a second-half substitute at St James' Park and continues his comeback here with his first start since February 15, taking the place of the benched Vydra. 
Subs: Serge Aurier, Gedson Fernandes, Giovani Lo Celso, Ryan Sessegnon, Paulo Gazzaniga, Harry Winks, Lucas Moura.
TOTTENHAM XI (4-3-3): Hugo Lloris (c); Japhet Tanganga, Davinson Sanchez, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen; Oliver Skipp, Eric Dier, Tanguy Ndombele; Steven Bergwijn, Dele Alli, Erik Lamela. 
Subs: Kevin Long, Aaron Lennon, Josh Brownhill, Erik Pieters, Robbie Brady, Joe Hart, Matej Vydra.
BURNLEY XI (4-4-2): Nick Pope; Phil Bardsley, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee (c), Charlie Taylor; Jeff Hendrick, Jack Cork, Ashley Westwood, Dwight McNeil; Chris Wood, Jay Rodriguez.
Tottenham enter this game on a poor run of form, with Jose Mourinho's men losing each of their last four games across all competitions, two of those losses coming in the Premier League. They were knocked out of the FA Cup on penalties by Norwich City on Wednesday and trail RB Leipzig 1-0 ahead of next week's Champions League return leg, which may well take priority for Mourinho.
Burnley have gone six games without defeat in the top flight, winning four of those matches to find themselves 11th and within five points of fifth place, which could well be enough for Champions League football next season. Sean Dyche's men have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five games, most recently playing out a goalless draw with Newcastle United last weekend.
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