José Mourinho’s team equalized without goals at Bournemouth and remains stagnant in the middle of the table.
Tottenham He continues with his ups and downs from the return to the fields after the break and this was reflected with the draw this Thursday at the home of Bournemouth 0-0. In this way, José Mourinho’s men accumulate eight points from the last 15 at stake.
The match was flat, with little emotion and the Spurs seemed to seek victory with greater ambition. Only at the start, an action in which the visitors claimed a penalty, the mystery took over the scene at Vitality Stadium: referee Paul Tierney went to the VAR and, upon seeing the play, ruled out a violation.
Harry Kane was unable to weigh down his scoring power, while Argentina’s Erik Lamela and GIovani Lo Celso attempted to take the lead, but lacked depth.
The second half had the unfortunate injury of Adam Smith, who had to be removed on a stretcher for an apparent severe injury. The Portuguese coach sought to change the air on offense and included Heung-min Son and Lucas Moura, although the modifications had no effect.
On the closing came the emotions and two goals that ended at the bottom of the arch of the London cast, but both were canceled. The first was sung by the ball that had come out earlier and, second, Joshua King, who was stifled by the scream and cut short the celebration. The referee checked again with the technology and, by a previous hand, canceled the goal by Joshua King.
Uncertainty continued for those of Mourinho since in the long time of addition of 12 minutes, Harry Wilson escaped hand in hand and Hugo Lloris was the protagonist of a providential cover by narrowing the angle to his rival.
Tottenham takes a point with a lot of suffering and figures in 9th place in the Premier League With 49 units, two from the 7th, Sheffield United, which is currently taking the last qualification spot for European tournaments next season (qualifying for the Europa League. The Spurs will meet on the next day with Arsenal.
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