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Juan Foyth scores first career goal to give To…

Juan Foyth scores first career goal to give Tottenham win at Crystal Palace:

Five games in thirteen days was definitely a test of squad depth that Spurs passed with flying colours, especially with 4 wins! 

When you consider that the likes of Rose, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Dier, Dembele, Son and Eriksen (!) were missing from the starting line-up, this 1-0 victory becomes even more significant. 

And the icing on the cake? Young defender Juan Foyth’s first goal for Spurs, which turned out to be the winner on a wet & dreary night in London. 

The delayed completion of the new stadium has meant that Spurs have played 8 away games out of the 12 so far. The fact that they have won 7 puts Spurs in a good position for the 2nd half of the season when hopefully, the new stadium will be ready. 

After all the noise over the lack of spending in the last transfer window, the emergence of players of Juan Foyth has vindicated Spurs’ transfer policy somewhat. 

COME ON YOU SPURS!!!

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Match Preview : Crystal Palace (Away)

5 games in 13 days. 3 wins and 1 defeat. After this Palace game, yet another international break. 

By all accounts, an excellent achievement when you consider the injury list – although with Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama now recovered, we are now left with Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose and now Moussa Dembele. 

Crystal Palace have always provided stiff opposition for Spurs and the string of 1-0 wins is testament to that. 

Spurs would have been buoyed by the midweek win against PSV Eindhoven and should bring that winning mentality into this tough match. Perhaps 1-0 again?

Line-up wise, Pochettino will be mindful of the relative fitness status of his players as well. 

Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies, Dier, Sissoko, Lamela, Dele, Moura, Kane. 

COME ON YOU SPURS!!!

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