- West Brom took the lead through Salomon Rondon in the fourth minute
- Spurs had to wait until 74th minute to equalise through Harry Kane
- Pochettino’s side have now only won three of last seven home league games
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Spurs dropped more points at home today as the north London club came from behind to draw 1-1 with manager-less West Brom at Wembley today.
The away side opened the scoring in the fourth minute, as Salomon Rondon was put through Jake Livermore, as the Venezuelan placed the ball past Hugo Lloris to put his side one goal to the good.
Spurs then finally found an equaliser 16 minutes from time, as Dele Alli’s cross was turned home by Kane to draw the home side level.
Man of the Match
It had to be him didn’t it.
Kane scored again today as the England international increased his goal tally to 15 for the season.
The forward’s attacking instincts were on show today, as his movement and positioning for Spurs’ goal showcased exactly why the 24-year-old is touted as one of the best forwards in Europe at the moment.
This tweet shows just how much the north London side rely on Kane
Harry Kane is responsible for 43% of Tottenham's goals this season.
— Dan Tracey (@dantracey1983) November 25, 2017
Flop of the Match
Spurs ace Christian Eriksen wasn’t his usual self today, as the Danish international struggled to make his mark on the game.
The midfielder really should’ve be substituted off instead of teammate Harry Winks, as the former Ajax ace had an uncharacteristically poor game this afternoon.
This tweet shows how bad the Spurs talisman was today
Apparently Eriksen had another shocker. He has to be dropped idc
— Felipé (@ibrajrr) November 25, 2017
Stat of the Match
This from Opta shows just how good Kane has been this year
100 – @HKane has been involved in 100 Premier League goals in his 128 games in the competition (87 goals, 13 assists) – the ninth fastest player to reach the milestone. Inevitable.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 25, 2017
Spurs: Lloris 6, Dier 6, Vertonghen 7, Sanchez 7, Trippier 8, Eriksen 5, Winks 6, Alli 6, Davies 6, Kane 8, Son 7 / Subs: Llorente 6, Dembele 6
West Brom: Foster 6, Nyom 7, Hegazi 6, Evans 7, Gibbs 6, Phillips 7, Livermore 6, Barry 7, Field 6, Rodriguez 7, Rondon 7 / Subs: Robson-Kanu 6, McClean 6, Yacob 6
This tweet sums up most Spurs fans’ reaction pretty well!
— Emma Storey (@JournoSpursEmma) November 25, 2017
Whilst this one’s gotta be a bit of a wake up call for Spurs if it happens
Spurs below Burnley after tomorrow.
— Oscar (@Reunewal) November 25, 2017
Whereas this tweet is just pure savage!
Tottenham fans talking about a powershift and being a bigger club than Arsenal now
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Tottenham fans about how many Trophies they’ve won:
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— Buy Goreztka (@BasedChasen) November 25, 2017