Breakers douse blaze to stay unbeaten in Premier League

Breakers douse blaze to stay unbeaten in Premier League

The first-half goals from David Henen, Jamie Roberts and Charlie Austin sent Spurs back in front, but their title hopes were ended in extra-time by an ill-judged penalty from Jamie Vardy.

The result left Spurs 13 points behind leaders Chelsea after six games, one ahead of Manchester City but two behind Arsenal.

And while the hosts were happy to send the game into extra time and set up the replay from 3-0 down, goals from Austin and Henen proved important for 인터넷 바카라the visitors.

Andre Villas-Boas, who will be out of contract in the summer, hopes the Portuguese can win his second title at the start of next season, after guiding Valencia to a record 10 straight domestic titles from 2009-12.

The Spaniard had been prepared to sell Austin, a 25-year-old striker, at the end of last season, but decided against the sale in January after losing him for the first time in 16 months at West Ham.

Villas-Boas also is determined to sign a new attacking midfielder in the summer.

Chelsea, who sit eighth in the Premier League standings, have the second-best chance of reaching the semi-finals, but they will be disappointed at failin진주출장마사지g to make it, should they win the tie.

Their 2-1 home defeat by Manchester United four years ago will still feel bitter to Jose Mourinho in the second leg, but Spurs, who have been bottom since the turn of the year, will go down to 10-man Everton.

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Spurs, who also lost their opening-leg clash at Old Trafford last Saturday, were in the thick of things in defence but they rarely threa블랙 잭tened, holding a 13-3 advantage against their opponents’ third-placed defence.

It was Tottenham’s defence which was most dangerous – they had seven shots in the first half and made 12 clearances.

The hosts did finally break the deadlock when Christian Eriksen latched onto the cross of Eriksen, who was sent to the stands by Victor Wanyama.

Eriksen’s goal came in the third minute of injury time when Danny Rose pushed Eriksen on to the ball as he tried to find the net from two yards out.

However, Tottenham’s defence struggled to deal with the threa