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  • Fulham 4-0 Tottenham: Dembele solo-run, Dawson red-card

    Tottenham Hotspur bitter pill to swallow when away play Cup fourth round match on Sunday (30/01/2011). Playing with 10 men after Dawson red-card since minute 13 , they defeated by Fulham four goals without reply.

    The 0-4 defeat to Spurs' worst defeat this season, and make them never won in his last three games. Previously they played a 0-0 draw against Manchester United and 1-1 with Newcastle United in the Premier League.

    Being a public guest Craven Cottage, north London team was "picked up" defeat when they conceded two goals from Danny Murphy's penalty within three minutes. At minutes 11 Alain Hutton perform Dachshund stupid against Clint Dempsey, and Murphy's first Fulham penalty executed it well.

    Only two minutes later, no less fatal mistake made Michael Dawson. Careless in playing the ball on the right side of his team's defense, which was taken Moussa Dembele, the Spurs captain was forced to drop his opponent in the penalty box. More bad luck again, Dawson's red card directly rewarded.

    Murphy re-developed as executor Fulham penalty, and once again managed to beat goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes. Fulham 2-0 lead.

    Disastrous for enlarged when the host Spurs scored again in minute 23. Starting from a corner kick by Damien Duff, poor anticipation of the players make Brede Hangelaand Lilywhites freely encourage wild ball in the goal mouth Gomes.

    In the third minute addition to the first half, going again netting a goal in Tottenham, this time through Dembele kick, after a bloody Belgian striker Sebastian Bassong Mali's past.

    Left behind 0-4 and playing with 10 men to make the visitors barely had the chance to be turned away win in the second round. Although their game a bit better then, but Luka Modric et al were not scored.

    In contrast, although Fulham are not able to add another goal in the second half, but it did not matter because the score of 4-0 was already more than enough for Mark Hughes to deliver troops to the quarterfinals, to meet Bolton Wanderers or Wigan Athletic.

    Team Line-up:

    Fulham: David Stockdale, Aaron Hughes, Brede Hangeland, John Pantsil, Carlos Salcido, Damien Duff, Danny Murphy (Jonathan Greening 64), Steve Sidwell, Clint Dempsey, Andrew Johnson (Zoltan Gera 68), Moussa Dembele (Simon Davies 80)

    Tottenham Hotspur: Heurelho Gomes, Michael Dawson, Alan Hutton, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Sebastien Bassong, Rafael Van der Vaart (Jermaine Jenas 66), Steven Pienaar, Aaron Lennon, Luka Modric, Sandro (William Gallas 17), Jermain Defoe (Peter Crouch 46)


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