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  • Tottenham Hotspur 9-1 Wigan: Defoe hits five

    Tottenham Hotspur Wigan Athletic might make sense worst nightmare in the history of the club. Spurs unmitigated Wigan to grind out a very striking score 9-1, Sunday (22/11/2009) .

    Action at White Hart Lane Spurs went nine minutes through goals was excellent Peter Crouch. Maximizing cross of Aaron Lennon, Crouch butt the nets tore Wigan's Chris Kirkland guarded. Score was 1-0 last until halftime.

    Six minutes after the restart Spurs doubled its superiority. This time, Jermain Defoe, who recorded his name on the scoreboard. Lennon returned after creating goal his crossing directly to the penalty box beaten Defoe makes the ball nestled in the net for the second time Kirkland.

    In the 54 minutes Defoe back to Spurs supporters cheered after Wilson Palacios breakthrough feedback received Defoe success. After trick one player Wigan, England striker fired a shot that was measured at the far post. Spurs winning 3-0.

    Wigan could cut behind three minutes later through Paul Scharner shot in the penalty box continued feedback Hugo Rodallega.

    But less than a minute after Spurs back away a hat-trick by Defoe. An acceleration Lennon on the right side of attack with a bait diakhirnya to Defoe, who hit the ball straight at once without being able to Kirkland intercepted.

    After three times a pitcher for his partner, Lennon finally scored in the 64th minute. Crouch had the ball near the penalty box directly feed into Lennon. For then it lively winger carried the ball into the penalty box and kicked the skin directly into the net round Wigan, Spurs leading 5-1.

    Defoe! Receiving feedback Vedran Corluka flat in the 69th minute, Defoe deftly control the ball and he stuck strictly a Wigan defender, Defoe punt and goals! Number four made Defoe in this action.

    In the 87th minute Defoe increasingly frenzied and scored fifth. Utilizing Wigan defender errors in anticipating the ball, Defoe struck the ball easily into the Wigan net.

    A minute after David Bentley free-kick forced Kirkland picked up the ball for the eighth time in the game.

    And that's still not enough because in the injury time Niko Krancjar insisted his team to victory 9-1. Score it became the second largest score in one game in the Premier League English history which began in 1992, after the party versus Portsmouth Reading on September 29, 2007 which ended 7-4.

    With this glorious trail leads Spurs four positions standings with 25 points from 13 action that has been played. Meanwhile, Wigan slumped on the stairs to the 15th with 14 points.


    Spurs: Gomes, Corluka, Dawson, Woodgate, Assou-Ekotto (Bassong 82), Lennon (Bentley 79 '), Huddlestone, Palacios (Jenas 84), Kranjcar, Defoe, Crouch.

    Wigan: Kirkland, Melchiot (Cho 86 '), Bramble, Boyce, Edman, Thomas (Gomez 68'), Diame, N'Zogbia, Scharner, Rodallega, Scotland.


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