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Spurs
4 - 4
Aston Villa

White Hart Lane

01/10/07

Attendance: 36094

Referee:

SpursAston Villa
Berbatov (20), Chimbonda (69), Keane (82, pen), Kaboul (90 +2)Laursen (23, 33), Agbonlahor (40), Gardner (59)
Robinson     Carson    
Chimbonda     Mellberg    
Dawson     Laursen    
Kaboul     Knight    
Bale     Bouma    
Lennon     86 Gardner     73
Zokora     Reo-Coker    
Huddlestone     Barry    
Tainio     54 Young    
Berbatov     73 Moore     66
Keane     Agbonlahor    
Substitutes
Malbranque     86 Taylor    
Rocha     Petrov     73
Cerny     Davies    
Defoe     54 Harewood     66
Bent     73 Osbourne    
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
7
12
On Target
7
9
Crosses
7
13
Corners
3
3
Offside
1
10
Fouls
13
2
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
62
%
38
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Writer:murph
Date:Monday October 1 2007
Time: 10:32PM

Comments

0
Sick as a dog !!!!
jaspervilla
01/10/2007 22:33:00
0
When you look at the stats it sort of makes sense but, oh my god...memories of the Leicester game in 1995 (i think) when we again threw away a 4-1 lead to draw 4-4. Questionable substitutions cost us big time tonight...
olafthegreat
01/10/2007 22:39:00
0
Now im calming down a bit, and looking at the stats, we were lucky to be 4-1 up. But these players are professionals and should be able to hold on to a 3 goal lead! And why didnt MON bring on Davies at the death just to have another defensive player? 7 shots and 7 shots on target makes a change though!!
villian82
01/10/2007 22:53:00
0
Gabbys goal was quality
Pking
01/10/2007 22:56:00
0
I understand how disappointed and frustrated you all must be but in all honesty you didn't deserve to be 4-1 up in the first place, mistakes and poor defending allowed you that. Minus the defending that is the best I have seen Spurs play this season. Possession, chances we had it all. Having said that Villa were not awful and contributed to a very memorable game.
OneAaronLennon
01/10/2007 23:03:00
0
mon tactics for the last half were shocking.......he played one up front got Gabby and Ashley and the rest of the midfield to sit right on top of the back four....this just invited spurs who did jack in the first 15 mins of the second half to attack us which they did.....4-1 up away from home with half hour to go....very poor tactics....they were terrified of Gabby and Ashleys pace...they need to play up front...they are not defenders....very dissapointing
imavillan
01/10/2007 23:07:00
0
I agree that it was not good to sit back, imavillan, but it seems to me that MON was urging them forward, not telling them to sit back.
BobTheBuilder
01/10/2007 23:31:00
0
Gutted that I didn't see the game and still haven't seen the highlights! Welcome to the "Can't hold onto a lead" club! I think you'll find that Spurs are founder members!
ParkLane67
01/10/2007 23:49:00
0
Gabby's goal was quality Pking. Absolute.
Adam Deuce
01/10/2007 23:52:00
0
Marlon harewood is absolutely, MON what on earth attracted him to you the guy is a absolute shocker biggest transfer calamity sin ali dia
young-Gunner
02/10/2007 00:12:00
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