Tottenham 3-0 Bolton: Bale, Defoe, Lennon score, Cahill sent-off
Tottenham Hotspur climbed into second place standings and move Manchester United the previous sitting there. The Lilywhites grabbed it after a 3-0 win over Bolton Wanderers.
Additional three points from victory over Bolton made the Spurs now have 31 points. They also temporarily displace Manchester United, who had 30 points and will be competing in the next few minutes.
If the Red Devils can win the trip to Aston Villa, the protégé of Sir Alex Ferguson will be eligible to return for second place standings.
In front of his own supporters, White Hart Lane Stadium, Saturday (12/03/2011) , Spurs opened the scoring through Gareth Bale in the seventh minute. Continued feedback corner kick Luka Modric, Bale change the score to 1-0.
Entering the 18th minute Bolton had to play with 10 men following a red card earned Garry Cahill. Although superior in number of players and completely control the game, the host must wait until the second half to double the advantage.
Precisely at 50 minutes Spurs can break down the Bolton goal for the second time. Starting from a cooperating one-two between Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermaine Defoe, Lennon escaped from the convoy and fired a shot that changed the score finished 2-0.
Scores then changed to 3-0 in minute 60. From the corner kick scenario, Bale give feedback on Defoe uses his head. Defoe calmly struck the ball into the goal and change the score finished 3-0.
Spurs: Friedel, Bale, Kaboul, Gallas, Walker, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon (Van der Vaart 73), Parker (Livermore 85), Modric, Adebayor, Defoe
Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Robinson, Cahill, Knight, Boyata, Muamba (Steinsson 27), Eagles, M Davies, Reo-Coker, Davies (Pratley 62), Klasnic (Ngog 72)