Sportz – Promising no.10 Harry Kane and comfortable Erik Lamela stood out as Spurs beat Hull – again

JIMMY ODUMUYIWA @le_visibilitybloG

Kane and Lamela stand out as Spurs beat Hull - again
Comfortable on the ball: Tottenham’s Erik Lamela (Picture: PA)

Spurs beat Hull in the cup. That wasn’t great was it? Winning on penalties was.

Pre-match, line up looked very strong. Early tempo was decent, moved the ball around with some zip. There was encouragement with some of our passing movement and interchanging. Siggy’s goal was stunning, a thunderous thump of Thor’s hammer for 1-0.

Ironically, this addition of expression meant we didn’t quite control possession as tightly as we did on Sunday against Hull – meaning they had more of the ball in offensive positions.

I’ve got to be honest, I don’t really remember that much after that. Hull got back into the game. Brad with an own goal that was somehow not credited to him. When the visitors took the lead that dark ominous cloud of doom covered the Lane and we all prepared ourselves for the inevitable knock-out…

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