After the lackluster performance against Brentford the last time out, Antonio Conte sought a response from his Tottenham team. Only a victory over Crystal Palace could quiet the clamor from the fans, who have already begun to express their unhappiness.
First period of Crystal Palace vs. Tottenham
Antonio Conte’s team needed a strong start against London rivals since they had lost the first goal in each of their previous ten games across all competitions. Despite Spurs’ good intentions, Vicente Guaita, the goalkeeper for Palace, had a pretty calm first half and saw little to disturb him.
Hugo Lloris, who had contributed to Spurs’ most recent loss to Aston Villa, made up for it in part by producing a wonderful save to block a potent Jordan Ayew shot down to his right. There was space for improvement on both sides as the first half ended in a tie. Tottenham vs. Crystal Palace: second half action
After a jittery restart, Tottenham overcame it to grab the lead for the first time in 11 games. On his 300th PL outing, Kane scored by rising highest to head the ball home from point blank range after being set up by an Ivan Perisic cross.
The center-forward for Tottenham doubled the advantage with a signature display of skill. Kane received a solid pass fromVicente GuaitaCrystal Palace beat the competition to Sam Johnstone and with a deft touch, he was able to get the ball off of his feet and slam it into the far corner.
Spurs were exploiting plenty of space on the break as Palace advanced, and they soon scored a third goal to end the match. Son Heung-min was set up by Kane, who did the running, but the Korean was unable to find an angle and instead found Matt Doherty, who shot into the far corner .A spectacular away day for Spurs was capped off by Son’s second league goal of the year, which he scored after sprinting in behind Marc Guehi after a Kane pass.
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