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  • Blackpool 3-1 Tottenham: Pavlyuchenko superb-volley

    Tottenham Hotspur failed to take the opportunity to shift the Manchester City in the top three standings. A visit to the headquarters of Blackpool, Spurs defeated 1-3.

    In the English Premier League continued at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday (02/22/2011), the Spurs host must recognize the benefits that have been winning 2-0 in the first half of the fight.

    Charlie Adam goal and DJ Campbell in the first round, complemented by Brett Ormerod scored in the 80th minute to make the Spurs, who only made one goal by Roman Pavlyuchenko replies, go home with no points.

    The result left Blackpool jumped to position 11 with point 32 results from 27 games. Instead Spurs stuck in fourth position with a number of points 47, left two digits of the City.

    With these results, Spurs not only waste the opportunity to overtake the City but also can be shifted stalking Chelsea in fifth position with 45 points and only played 26 matches.

    The game

    Spurs had missed in the 18th minute after the referee pointed to the spot after DJ Campbell violated Sebastien Bassong. Charlie Adam who became executor successfully complete the task.

    Ten minutes later, Spurs try to retaliate. But Pienaar was still flying kick over the bar.

    Spurs hit back at minute 43. From a free kick, the ball players on the fence and try to be pursued despite Richard Kingson Aaron Lennon could write it off. The ball then rebounds forward Jermain Defoe though once again not been fruitful.

    A minute before halftime, the Spurs goalkeeper vibrate even more. Campbell worked with Sergei Kornilenko who forwarded the ball to James Beattie. The skin round and then returned to Campbell who break the Spurs goal.

    Ten minutes ahead of dispersal, Blackpool added advantage. Benoit Assou-Ekotto lax in keeping the ball makes Brett Ormerod managed to break through the Spurs goal.

    In the minutes of injury time, Pavlyuchenko superb volley that turned out to nest in the Blackpool goal.

    Team Line-up:

    Blackpool: Kingson, Eardley, Cathcart, Evatt, Baptiste, Vaughan, Sylvestre (Southern '58), Adam, Campbell, Beattie (Ormerod '63), Kornilenko (Phillips '63).

    Tottenham Hotspur: Gomes, Gallas, Dawson, Bassong (Crouch '73), Assou-Ekotto, Lennon, Palacios (Jenas '45), Modric, Pienaar (Kranjcar '59), Pavlyuchenko, Defoe.


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