Video: Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 1 Norwich City [Premier League] Highlights 2019/20

90′ + 5′ Norwich win a free-kick just inside the Tottenham half following Lucas’ foul on Zimmermann, but Duda’s resulting delivery is emphatically cleared away by the head of Dier.

M. Stiepermann
K. McLean
Norwich City
90′ + 3′ Norwich make their final switch as Stiepermann comes on to replace McLean.
90′ + 2′ Lo Celso surges down the left flank before cutting the ball inside to Lucas on the edge of the box, and Lucas then lays it off to Eriksen after struggling to gain control of the ball, but Eriksen sees his effort deflect wide of the left-hand post.
90′ There will be six minutes of added time.
88′ Pukki tees up Hernandez to run at Sessegnon near the left-hand byline, but the substitute never looks confident in beating his man and he eventually runs the ball out for a goal-kick.
J. Drmic
L. Rupp
Norwich City
86′ Norwich are making their second switch as Rupp is replaced by Drmic.
85′ Fernandes does well to win the back from Byram in a dangerou position before sliding a pass through to Lucas on the right flank, but his floating delivery is cleared away by the Norwich back line.
83′ CLOSE! Pukki does well to reach a loose ball in the box before flicking it back to Rupp in a pocket of space on the fringes of the box, but his driving effort is deflected wide for a corner.
O. Hernández
A. Tettey
Norwich City
82′ Norwich are making a change as Hernandez comes on to replace Tettey.
Son Heung-Min
Tottenham Hotspur
79′ GOOOAL! Son makes it 2-1 to Tottenham! Lo Celso shows great vision to pick out the run of Alli’s on the right-hand side of the box, and his low delivery then takes a wicked deflection which sees it loop towards the back post, and Son then arrives to bundle the ball home.
78′ Duda runs on to the ball in acres of space on the left-hand side of the box before clipping a teasing cross into the centre, but Pukki cannot quite rise high enough to nod home the cross.
76′ CLOSE! Son whips an in-swinging corner delivery into the box which is met by the head of Alderweireld at the front post, but he can only direct his point-blank effort wide of the left-hand post.
Gedson Fernandes
J. Vertonghen
Tottenham Hotspur
75′ Tottenham are making their third and final change as Fernandes comes on to replace Vertonghen.
72′ Cantwell has gone to ground after taking a knock from Dier’s challenge, but it looks like he will continue for the visitors.
T. Pukki
Penalty Goal
Norwich City
70′ GOOOAL! Pukki makes it 1-1! The forward steps up before nonchalantly stroking the ball into the bottom right-hand corner. Lloris got close to pushing it wide of the post, but Pukki directed far enough into the corner to find the net.
70′ PENALTY! The video referee has taken a considered look at the incident before deciding that the penalty decision will stand.
68′ PENALTY TO NORWICH! The referee points to the spot following Sessegnon’s mistimed challenge on Aarons as the full-back makes a quick break into the box, but VAR will now check the decision…
66′ Cantwell shows good strength to fend off the challenge of Aurier on the left flank before laying the ball back to Byram, but the full-back then fails to pick out Duda with his hooked pass into the penalty box.
64′ Eriksen steals the ball from Byram near the right-hand corner flag before edging closer to the right-hand side of the box, but the substitute then sees his stinging delivery fall straight into the awaiting hands of Krul between the sticks.
C. Eriksen
E. Lamela
Tottenham Hotspur
62′ Tottenham make their second change of the match as Eriksen comes on to replace Lamela.
60′ Norwich will be satisfied with how they have played in the first 15 minutes of the second period, with the visitors having recorded four attempts compared to just one from Tottenham. Farke’s side have also recorded 54 per cent of the possession since the interval.
58′ Pukki almost has a chance to make a break through on goal following Dier’s slip, but the Norwich striker does not quite possess the pace to get himself in a shooting position, and he is eventually tackled on the edge of the box.
E. Dier
H. Winks
Tottenham Hotspur
56′ Winks is unable to continue as he limps off the pitch, and the midfielder will now be replaced by Dier in Tottenham’s first change.
55′ Winks is now receiving medical treatment after going down with an injury.
54′ CLOSE AGAIN! Norwich are enjoying a bright spell of attacking play at the moment as Byram squares the ball to Cantwell in the centre, and the midfielder then attempts to bundle it into the direction of Pukki inside the six-yard box, but the Tottenham defence withstands the threat on this occasion.
52′ CLOSE! A short series of neat exchanges from Norwich results in Tettey setting up Pukki just outside the centre of the box, but the forward strokes his resulting shot inches wide of the left-hand post.
51′ Alderweireld collects the ball near the halfway line before drilling a long ball towards Son on the right-hand side of the box, but he sees his first-time effort sail well over the crossbar.
49′ The video referee takes a extended look back at Cantwell’s tackle, but it is eventually decided that the referee’s initial decision will stand.
T. Cantwell
Yellow Card
Norwich City
47′ Cantwell is shown the first yellow card of the match following a late challenge on Lamela. However, VAR will now check the incident for a possible red card…
46′ The referee blows the whistle and Norwich get the game back underway!
The players are back on the pitch as the second half draws closer at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tottenham will be satisfied with their performance in the first half, but there can be no doubt that Mourinho will demand even more intensity from his side in the second period.
Norwich have already shown their ability to get the ball into promising positions with the likes of Cantwell and Rupp showing neat touches, and the hosts will now be in search of another goal to give themselves more of a cushion in the second half.
It seems likely that the visitors will show increased attacking intent after the interval, so Tottenham must be wary of this while also being alert to any counter-attacking opportunities that may arise.
Tottenham take a one-goal lead into the break following a composed first-half display against Norwich, with Alli poking home the opening goal after 38 minutes.
The visitors have not made it easy for themselves by carelessly giving the ball away on a number of occasions, with this leading to the likes of Lamela and Son having clear-cut opportunities inside the opening half an hour.
Tottenham then eventually broke the deadlock when Aurier carried the ball to the right-hand byline before fizzing a low cross into the six-yard box, and Alli reacted the quickest to direct the delivery beyond Krul and into the net.
However, it should be noted Norwich also proved their attacking threat in the opening period with Pukki missing a one-on-one opportunity early on, while Rupp also got into a promising postion on the brink of half-time before slicing his hasty effort wide.
45′ + 1′ HALF-TIME: Tottenham 1-0 Norwich City
45′ There will be one minute of added time.
44′ Norwich produce a slick passage of attacking play which leads to Pukki receiving the ball inside the box, and he then looks to set it up for the arriving Rupp who pulls his strike comfortably wide of the left-hand post.
42′ Aurier picks out Son inside the box and the Tottenham forward then tees up Lamela in plenty of space just behind him. Then, the midfielder produces a stylish cross towards Lucas in the centre, but he cannot reach it ahead of Zimmermann near the goalmouth.
40′ Norwich win a free-kick near the left channel following Lamela’s foul on Cantwell, and the Norwich midfielder then steps up to take the resulting delivery which picks out Zimmermann in the centre, but he cannot direct an effort on goal after two attempts to bring the ball down.
S. Aurier
Tottenham Hotspur
38′ Aurier has tried and failed to create a goal with a number of those low deliveries so far in the match, but he delivered a pinpoint cross on that occasion as Alli also showed quick reflexes to poke the ball home.
D. Alli
Tottenham Hotspur
38′ GOOOAL! Alli makes it 1-0 to Tottenham! Son edges into the right-hand side of the box before teeing up Aurier for a cross from near the byline, and Alli then manages to get ahead of his marker before burying it into the net from inside the six-yard box.
36′ Lo Celso collects possession in the centre of midfield before threading a neat pass out to Aurier on the right flank, but his low cross into the box is easily dealt with by a solid clearance from Hanley.
34′ The medical team have now attended to Byram and he will be able to continue.
34′ Byram is now receiving medical treatment after going down under Alli’s challenge near the left flank.
33′ Byram collects the ball on the left side of midfield before tucking a pass towards Pukki who is lurking just outside the box, and the Norwich striker then lines up an effort from range which drifts narrowly wide of the right-hand post.
31′ CLOSE! Lucas shows excellent vision to slot a throughball towards Son as he makes a run into the left-hand side of the Norwich penalty area, but Son can only slice his strike into the side-netting at the near post.
29′ The visitors fail to pose an immediate threat from the resulting corner as Tottenham hook the ball clear, but it only drops as far as Cantwell on the edge of the box who lines up an ambitious effort which soars just wide of the right-hand post.
27′ Rupp looks to carve an opening in the Tottenham defence by clipping a pass towards Aarons on the right-hand side of the box, but Vertonghen gets across to put the ball behind for a Norwich corner.
25′ Sessegnon makes a burst down the left channel as he looks to take on both Aarons and Zimmermann, but the Tottenham full-back eventually loses out to the defensive duo despite keeping hold of the ball for some time.
23′ Lo Celso drills a firm pass towards Son in a central shooting position some 25 yards out, but the forward sees his speculative effort rise comfortably over the right-hand side of the crossbar.
21′ A fluid passage of build-up play allows Alli to tee up Aurier for a cross from the right flank, but Hanley manages to handle the threat as he gets ahead of Lucas at the front post to thump the ball clear.
19′ Norwich look to slow the game down slightly as Hanley passes it back to Krul inside the area, but the goalkeeper’s wayward clearance almost permits Lo Celso the chance to collect the ball in a dangerous area, but the midfielder just fails to bring it under control in time.
17′ Tottenham win a corner as Alli forces Zimmermann to nod the ball behind, but Norwich manage to quell the danger as Krul does well to claim the resulting delivery.
15′ CLOSE! Pukki plays an excellent one-two with Cantwell just outside the centre of the box which permits the striker plenty of space to get a shot away inside the area, but he curls his one-on-one effort just wide of the right-hand post!
13′ The ball is sprayed towards the right flank into the direction of Son who assesses his options before clipping a deep cross towards Alli at the back post, but he can only direct his header well over the crossbar.
11′ Sessegnon darts towards the byline after receiving the ball in plenty of space on the left flank, and the full-back then manages to fizz a low delivery into a dangerous area, but Zimmermann is on hand to clear the danger.
9′ SAVE! Aurier edges down the right flank before bending a teasing cross into the centre which Lamela manages to meet at the back post, but the winger’s first-time strike is firmly palmed away by Krul who prevents it from sneaking into the top right-hand corner of the net.
8′ The hosts spend some time passing the ball along the defence and midfield as they wait for opening before Alderweireld attempts to pick out Son with his cross-field pass from deep, but Krul emerges from his goal to beat the forward to the loose ball.
6′ Tottenham aim to launch a quick break as Lamela tries to slot a pass through to Aurier on the left-hand side of the box, but Cantwell tracks back to intercept the ball and then clear it out for a throw-in.
4′ Tottenham win a free-kick some 30 yards from goal, but Lamela sees his low skidded effort deflected wide for a corner which Tettey then manages to nod clear at the back post.
2′ Byram slides a well-timed throughball into the path of Pukki who then tries to give Aurier an early test on the left flank, but the full-back does well as he manages to win a goal-kick for his side.
1′ The referee blows his whistle and Tottenham get the game underway!
The players are now gathering in the tunnel as kick-off edges closer at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tottenham’s barren goalscoring run in their last three matches means they are now the only Premier League side yet to score in the league since the turn of the year, while they have not failed to score in four consecutive league games since September 2006. Mourinho’s side will now be looking to put things right against a Norwich outfit who have only scored five away goals this term.
Mourinho has made two changes to the Tottenham side following their goalless draw at Watford, with one of these seeing Lloris making an early return from injury to replace Gazzaniga between the sticks. The hosts’ other change sees Sessegnon enter the starting line-up in place of Tanganga who drops to the bench.
Meanwhile, Farke has also made two switches to his Norwich side with Hanley and Rupp stepping in to replace the suspended Ben Godfrey and the injured Emiliano Buendia.
SUBS: Josip Drmic, Marco Stiepermann, Ibrahim Amadou, Michael McGovern, Jamal Lewis, Onel Hernandez, Tom Trybull.
NORWICH (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul; Max Aarons, Christoph Zimmermann, Grant Hanley, Sam Byram; Alexander Tettey, Kenny McLean; Lukas Rupp, Ondrej Duda, Todd Cantwell; Teemu Pukki.
SUBS: Christian Eriksen, Eric Dier, Japhet Tanganga, Tanguy Ndombele, Gedson Fernandes, Davinson Sanchez, Paulo Gazzaniga.
TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Serge Aurier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Ryan Sessegnon; Harry Winks, Giovani Lo Celso; Lucas Moura, Dele Alli, Erik Lamela; Son Heung-Min.
Norwich collected just their fourth league success of the campaign with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday, and Daniel Farke’s bottom-placed side can now move to within three points of safety with an unlikely victory against Mourinho’s men. The Carrow Road outfit will take confidence from their 2-2 draw with Tottenham over the festive period, but the relegation strugglers have been poor away from home this season after losing eight of the last 11 matches on their travels.
Tottenham enter the match following an underwhelming run of league form which has seen them fail to win any of their last four top-flight matches. Jose Mourinho’s side have also not scored in any of their last three Premier League matches, while last week’s 2-1 win over Middlesbrough in their FA Cup third-round replay represents their only success since Boxing Day. However, the north London outfit are still capable of closing the gap between themselves and fourth-placed Chelsea to six points with a victory in today’s clash.
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