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  • Norwich City 0-2 Tottenham: Bale great-double

    Tottenham Hotspur won the three points after winning 2-0 Norwich City. Spurs' two-goal victory hired by their nimble wings, Gareth Bale.

    In a match that took place at Carrow Road on Thursday (27/12/2011), which is relatively more dominant Spurs had several chances in the first round. However, none of which turned into goals.

    In the fourth minute, Rafael Van der Vaart's shot from outside the box is still deviated slightly in the next goalkeeper John Ruddy. So also with Bale kick two minutes later.

    Bale also had a chance to try his luck again in the 31st minute but his shot from the left side this time still soar.

    Ten minutes before the first round is completed, Luka Modric get a good chance. But, kicking his right leg, following a breakthrough bait from Benoit Assou-Ekotto, could still be blocked.
    Just before half-time low, right-foot shot off of thin Emmanuel Adebayor. The first round was completed with a score of 0-0.

    The new Spurs could break the deadlock as the match entered the 55th minute. A cross from Adebayor completed properly by Bale, who was in the penalty box. Afterward, Spurs increasingly become.

    Seven minutes later, Kyle Walker barely increase the advantage. It's just shot still soar.

    Spurs then scored his second goal in minute 67, after assists Modric Bale completed with a left leg kick. 2-0 score lasted until the game is finished.

    These results make the Spurs survive in the order of three standings with a value of 38. While Norwich is at number 11 with value 21.

    Teams Line-up:

    Norwich City: John Ruddy, Zak Whitbread, Russell Martin, Adam Drury (Elliott Bennett 75), Ritchie De Laet (Leon Barnett 64), Wes Hoolahan, David Fox, Andrew Surman, Andrew Crofts (Anthony Pilkington 75), Grant Holt, Steve Morrison.

    Tottenham Hotspur: Brad Friedel, Younes Kaboul, William Gallas, Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Dany Rose 72), Kyle Walker, Luka Modric, Scott Parker (Jake Livermore 89), Sandro, Gareth Bale, Rafael Van der Vaart (Niko Kranjcar 86) Emmanuel Adebayor.


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